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Transient Students

A transient student (aka "guest student") is a student who is enrolled at one University, but taking classes at another that will count toward their degree at their home University. Generally, this happens when students don't live near their home University over the summer but want to take a class or two to speed up the obtainment of their degree, or if for some reason they can't take a class at their home University that they need to graduate.

If you are a transient student, follow these steps to become a fully-admitted TCC student. 

Steps to Apply


 Step 1


​Apply for Admission

First-time students complete the TCC Online Admission Application.


 Step 2



​Transient Letter

Students currently enrolled at a Florida public college or university should follow these Transient Student Instructions (pdf) and submit a transient letter from the college you are currently attending (home institution) which will list the courses you have been approved to take at TCC (host institution).
The state of Florida allow electronic submission of the transient application through the Transient Student Admission Application through Florida's student hub of innovative educational services located on
Students currently enrolled in a Florida private college or out-of-state university, should contact their home institution for information and instructions regarding transient admission.

 Step 3

Contact Information

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

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