As the parent/legal guardian of an incoming TCC student, here's what you need to know.
The Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) affords students certain rights with respect to their educational records. Understand your students' privacy rights.
Along with your student, you can make note of important dates and deadlines to make sure they are met each semester. It is especially important to stay ahead of the fee payment deadlines to avoid your student from being dropped from classes.
In addition to paying online, TCC accepts payments that are either dropped off physically or mailed to the Cashier's Office. Learn about our convenient payment options.
If your student is applying for financial aid, they need to check their status. The FAFSA is just the beginning of the process and all financial aid students need to ensure their financial aid file is completed at least two weeks prior to the fee payment date. If students are missing documents in their Admission’s file (residency, transcripts etc.), financial aid cannot be processed.
If your student registers after the Tuition Payment date, tuition and fees are due on the day of registration, which means their financial aid file must be completed and awarded or they will need to be prepared to pay out of pocket.
For Students to check Admission/Registration and Financial Aid Status
Parents' Convocation is a live, virtual parent orientation where you will hear from President Murdaugh, faculty, and administrators and learn about academic and campus supports for your students as they begin their academic journey at TCC.Register Now for Parents' Convocation