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Educators and TCC:  Strong partnerships

Recruitment and outreach at TCC is committed to building connections and strong relationships with high schools and educational organizations in the community.  Through recruitment and outreach, TCC is dedicated to maximizing a student's transition in to college by providing support and information to educators working with students regarding college readiness, college enrollment assistance, college achievement, and college attainment. 


Schedule Workshop or Presentation for your student group

TCC offers presentations and workshops in a variety of career and education related topics:

  •  Preparing for College in Middle School
  • College Preparation in Grades 9-12
  • Accessing College as a First Generation College Student
  • Helping Adults Transition to College
  • Funding College 101:  Financial Aid and Scholarships
  • Setting Academic, Life and Career Goals
  • College Planning for Parents
  • College Admissions Basics
  • Preparing for Career Success
  • TCC Career and Technical Education
  • College Lingo:  Mastering "College Speak"
To schedule a workshop contact Admissions & Enrollment Services,

Educator and Professional Workshops

TCC also offers brief educator and professional development workshops for groups who work with students making the transition to college.  Workshop topics include:


  • Fostering a College-Going Culture with Students
  • Helping students navigate the high school to college transition
  • Pre-College Advising Training for Educators
  • Developing student workshops that "POP"
  • Using Social Media:  Twitter and Facebook to Communicate with Students
  • Building a Personal Professional Development Plan
  • Coaching and Mentoring Students about Academic and Success Skills

To schedule a workshop contact Admissions & Enrollment Services,


Student Advocacy Information and Free Webinars

Are you interested in learning more about college student advocacy? Browse the College Board Advocacy and Policy Center





Want to visit TCC? Schedule an individual or group tour.

 Taking a campus tour is a great way to help students discover that TCC is a great fit for them.  Students can join one of the Student Ambassadors for an informational and exciting campus tour.

Apply for Admission

Students can apply to Tallahassee Community College and start their college journey.

Financial Aid and Scholarships

Tallahassee Community College tuition is among the most affordable in the state, but part of the college process is applying for scholarships and financial aid.  Research financial aid and scholarships available at TCC.

Exploring Careers

The Career Center offers students services to help them career plan, prepare and place into a job.  Additionally, students can discover many internship opportunities available to them.

Academic Programs

TCC offers many academic programs to help students meet their academic goals.  If students are interested in Science or Math; Communications and Humanities; or Technology and Professional Programs, TCC has a class and program for them.


The TCC Academic Catalog allows you to browse information about TCC's degree and certificate programs and is a great resource for college policies and procedures.

Placement Testing

The Testing Center offers placement testing for students entering the college.  New students may need to take the  FPERT (Florida Postsecondary and Educational Readiness Test) for class placement.  TCC also accepts SAT, ACT, and CPT (College Placement Test Scores) that are less than two years old.




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Tallahassee Community College (TCC) is committed to an environment that embraces Diversity and Inclusion, respects the rights of all individuals, provides equal access and equal opportunity, and does not discriminate against any person on the basis of age, color, disability, ethnicity, gender identity, genetic information, marital status, national origin, pregnancy, race, religion, sex, sexual orientation, or veteran status in its programs and activities. For information regarding the College's non-discrimination policies and Title IX compliance visit our Equity and Civil Rights page or email directly to (Other Languages)
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