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Tallahassee Community College will close at 5 p.m., March 8, and reopen at 8 a.m., March 18 for Spring. Please refer to the self-help resources below.

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What are the steps to become a student at TCC?

In order to attend TCC, all new incoming students must complete the following steps: 

Step 1. Apply for Admission

  • Apply for admission to TCC using our online application: 
  • After submitting the admission application you will receive an email to your personal email account that will be a confirmation page with your TCC Student Identification number, email address, and password. Keep this page for your records as you will need this information to log in to TCC Workday Student and to access your TCC Outlook email.
  • Once you gain access to Workday Student, you will need to check your account for holds or action items in order to complete your admission file.  
  • Florida Residency for tuition purposes. Please submit copies of the documents you need to prove that you or your parent/legal guardian are Florida residents (e.g., driver's license, vehicle registration, voter’s registration card) that reflect an issue date of at least one year prior to the first day of class for the semester you plan to attend. Documents should be uploaded to the Docusign residency form, submitted in person to the Office of Admissions and Records, or sent via email to  

NOTE: Transient students who apply to TCC through Florida Shines will need to call our Information Technology Help Desk at (850) 201-8545 to request their username and password for their Workday account.

Step 2. Apply for Financial Aid

Apply for financial aid by submitting a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA):

TCC School Code:  001533
Review additional important information about applying for financial aid and available TCC scholarships:

Step 3: Request High School Transcript or GED Test Scores

Request your official high school transcript or GED test scores be sent to TCC. Admission to college requires a standard high school diploma or GED. It is important for your records to be sent as soon as possible so that information on your transcript can be used to assist with your first-semester course scheduling. For more information TCC Catalog

Step 4: Request College/University Transcripts (If Applicable)

Request any and all college/university transcripts, if applicable. Transfer students are required to submit official college transcripts from all colleges/universities attended. 

Step 5: Review Placement Testing Information

Review the placement testing information and all our free testing resources:

Step 6: TCC's Online Portal, Workday Student 

Familiarize yourself with our online portal Workday Student where you can access your email, student records, degree audit, registration, and much more. Be sure to check your TCC Outlook email frequently as this is the College’s official means of communication with students

If you need assistance with logging in, contact TCC HelpDesk at (850) 201‐8545 or

Step 7: Check for Upcoming Deadlines

Review the academic calendar and make note of key important dates, including:

  • First Day of Class
  • Last Day to Add a Class
  • Last Day to Drop a Class
  • Fee Payment Due Date

Step 8: Pay Tuition and Fees

Be sure that all of your tuition and fees are paid by the fee payment due date. The due date can be found on the academic calendar and your schedule. 

   Options to pay:

Step 9: Get Your Student ID Card

To obtain a TCC student ID you must complete and submit the Student ID Request Form online. This form can be found in Workday > TCC College Forms > Submit a New Form > Cashier's Office > Student ID Request Form. 

You must upload a valid state-issued ID along with a photograph (see specific instructions on the form) which will be used for the ID.

You can then pick up your id card in the Cashier's office the next business day as long as your tuition and fees are paid or you have financial aid/scholarships that cover the cost of your tuition and fees.  Bring a photo id to verify your identity when picking up your TCC student ID card.  

Step 10: Get Books and Supplies

Get your books and supplies for your classes by visiting the TCC Bookstore.

Step 11: Attend Class, Get Involved, and Have a Great Semester!

Learn more about how to get involved by visiting Student Life. 

How do I obtain my official TCC transcript?

TCC has partnered with Parchment to provide official transcript-ordering processing services. Students can order transcripts online 24 hours a day/7 days a week with customer service provided Monday through Friday, 8 AM–8 PM EST.

The Parchment transcript ordering system uses an authentication process that is FERPA compliant and is able to electronically authenticate both current students and alumni, check for holds (Transcripts will not be released for a student who has any outstanding financial obligation to the College), release transcript records once holds have been satisfied, and communicate with students via email and cellular text messaging throughout the process.

To order a transcript, go to the Office of the Registrar page on the TCC website and select the Order Records link.

TCC does not charge for transcripts; however, Parchment assesses a small processing fee per transcript order being delivered electronically. Transcripts delivered via first-class U.S. Mail incur a slightly higher charge.  There are additional charges for transcripts delivered via other domestic or international rush delivery options.

Questions should be directed to a Parchment service representative by calling, (847) 716-3005 or visiting the Parchment Customer Service Center.  

Note: No official transcript requests should be submitted to TCC. TCC does not charge a transcript fee and NO cash, check, or money orders should be sent to TCC.

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