Technology Conferences

A Technology Conference is an individualized session where a Specialist or tutor collaborates with you to help you become a self-sufficient learner who can demonstrate clear understanding of various software, coding, and programming concepts. You can also receive general technology assistance.

Conferences are generally upwards of 30 minutes, and can be held in-person or virtually.

A Technology tutor can assist you in:

  • Understanding key concepts from your course
  • Building strategies to prevent you from falling behind
  • Developing test-preparation and study skills
  • Navigating certain software and/or websites
  • Obtaining relevant resources of concepts from your course

How to Prepare

While in line for tutoring, please have one or more of the following ready:

  • Computer or laptop on with relevant course and/or software open
  • Relevant class notes
  • Paper, pencil, eraser, and calculator (if necessary)
  • Study guides or assignments

Tips for before signing into the queue:

  • Try the assignment ahead of time to see where you really need assistance.
  • Be organized and have everything ready to utilize your time with a tutor.
  • Try not to wait to the last minute to process a large volume of material.
  • Prepare for your tutor by signing in on the computer and getting your questions ready. This will optimize your time with the tutor.


Sign in for a technology conference


Technology Resources

Computer Programming

COP2220 Introduction to C++ Programming

COP2221 Intermediate Programming with C++


General Technology Assistance


Helpful Links & Websites

Adobe Creative Cloud

Camtasia Studio

Developer Tools

Office 2016

Office 365


Other Resources

Other Resources
Khan Academy logo

Khan Academy 

This free website has courses in computer programming, computer science, computers and the internet.

Important TCC Links

Important TCC Links


Log in to Canvas with your TCC credentials to access your classes. Complete class assignments, take quizzes and tests, view your grades, and more.


IT Help

Focused on bringing students, faculty, and staff the highest form of technology in order to enrich the learning on campus. IT supports the campus by providing leadership, quality resources, and effective services while nurturing an environment in which technology users can flourish. Our goal is to provide quality service to all of our clients while meeting their varied computer needs, no matter how complex they may be.

Need additional assistance? Chat with IT for technical support.



This contemporary, mobile and web-based tool is a place where students, faculty and staff can engage with one another, join groups of interest and share information and events.


TCC Email

All College communications will be sent to your TCC email address. Don’t forget to check your TCC email at least once per day. You do not want to miss out on announcements!



If you're a student, you'll use Workday Student to view your schedule and grades, register for classes, add, drop, or swap classes, view your financial aid, pay your bill or request a refund, and access your student account!

TCC Resources

TCC Resources

Advising Center

Discuss pathways and create your academic plan with your advisor today. Make an appointment with you assigned advisor through Workday by selecting the TCC Advising Connection icon on the homepage.


Counseling Center

The TCC Counseling Center offers free individual and group therapy, education and outreach, and crisis intervention. Students can utilize the Counseling Center to gain support for issues such as depression, anxiety, relationship difficulties, ADHD, eating disorders, suicide prevention, anger, grief and loss, stress, and substance use.


Financial Aid and Cashier’s Office

The TCC Cashier's Office is dedicated to providing assistance, and accurately maintaining each student's financial account.



In support of the mission of Tallahassee Community College, the Libraries serve as a locus in providing academic and social spaces that promote educational, cultural, technological and lifelong learning opportunities for students, faculty, staff and members of the community.

The Library also allows students who have yet to purchase or receive a textbook to request textbook chapters, to be delivered electronically via email through the Chapter Request Form.


Student Life

Get connected with campus life by joining a student clubs and organizations, or learning about academic enrichment opportunities such as the Honors Program, Math Champions, and Black Male Achievers.


Talon’s Market and Case Management

Talon’s Market is a free on-campus marketplace for students experiencing food insecurity. Food insecurity is defined as the state of being without reliable access to a sufficient quantity of affordable, nutritious food.


Veteran’s Affairs

The Office of Veterans Affairs provides specialized services to help students navigate state and federal education benefit programs. The VA office also helps our students make the most of the College’s many resources.


Victim Advocate Program

The primary role of the Victim Advocate is to provide emotional support and assistance to the victim or a witness of a crime. The Victim Advocate provides crisis and short-term counseling as well as assistance with any problems victims or witnesses may experience because of the crime itself or as a result of the victimization.