Office of Academic Affairs
The Office of Academic Affairs strongly supports the mission of Tallahassee Community College (TCC) and is committed to excellence and satisfaction in all of the College's academic activities. The Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs' main goal is to attract and retain diverse and knowledgeable faculty who are best suited for the College's programs, as well as to assist faculty in offering a valuable educational experience to TCC's students.
TCC offers hundreds of day and evening courses in traditional classrooms, as well as online. With nearly 70 academic degree and certificate programs, TCC's Office of Academic Affairs will help you find your path to success.
The Office of Academic Affairs encompasses six academic divisions, the Library, the Center for Teaching Learning, and Leadership, and the Center for Distance Learning. Each area is designed to play an integral part in ensuring student success.
In addition to academic divisions, students may also find it advantageous to learn about academic computing resources and academic enrichment opportunities that also support the success of TCC students.
The Academic Calendar is approved annually by the TCC Board of Trustees. The calendar contains semester and session begin and end dates, holidays, exams days, and the annual graduation commencement day. It is important to note that the Academic Calendar does not contain information regarding registration deadlines, withdrawal deadlines, etc. Individuals interested in this information should visit the Online Academic Calendar, which includes College dates and deadlines (i.e., registration, financial aid) for the academic year.
Faculty Credentials Manual
Annually, the Office of Academic Affairs publishes a Faculty Credentials Manual (.pdf) that provides technical and procedural clarification for individuals responsible for faculty selection and credentialing. The procedures, forms, and general information within are consistent with the Southern Association of Colleges and School's (SACS) Comprehensive Standard #20 in the area of Programs, section on Faculty.