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Before you come to orientation

Complete the following steps before you attend orientation:


 Step 1


​Complete your admission application

Check your TCC Passport account for holds and missing documents so that your admission application is complete before attending new student orientation.  For additional information, contact Admissions and Enrollment Services


 Step 2


​Complete the Florida Residency Declaration for Tuition Purposes


If you haven't already done so during the online application process, then we need you complete the Florida Residency Declaration (.pdf). This form ensures students are assessed the correct amount of tuition dollars.

View more information on Florida residency for tuition purposes.

Submit your completed affidavit to:

Tallahassee Community College
Admission and Enrollment Services
444 Appleyard Drive
Tallahassee, FL 32304


 Step 3


Submit ACT, SAT, CPT or FPERT Test Scores


If you've taken an ACT, SAT, CPT or FPERT within the last two years, you should submit your scores to the TCC Testing Center.  Scores may be used to place students into English, Math and Reading courses.  You are not required to have test scores for admission to the college.

Students who took a placement test (FPERT or CPT) at another Florida college should have that college submit a copy of the test scores to the TCC Testing Center.  The scores must be in a sealed envelope in order for TCC to accept them.

Students who took the ACT or SAT, should visit the appropriate website and request those scores to be sent to the TCC Testing Center.

Contact Information

For more information contact Admissions and Enrollment Services by phone (850) 201-8555 or e-mail

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