As we go through these uncertain times, we wanted to let you know that we are still here for you. While the Admissions and Records Office has transitioned to a remote working environment, we encourage you to review our frequently asked questions and answers online here.
- If you have specific questions, we ask that you reach out to us via email at email@example.com. Emails are more easily answered remotely than phone calls. We promise to respond to all inquiries as quickly as we possibly can.
- If you would like to submit a chat to connect with a live agent click here.
- Campus tours and orientations will be held virtually until further notice for more information about tours click here and orientation click here.
- Please check here for updates and resources TCC is offering in response to COVID-19.
Ready to embark on your journey at TCC? Select your enrollment category to get started with your application from the below list, or find a full new student checklist.
High school or GED graduates who have not attended college after graduation. Students who earned college credit through high school dual enrollment should choose this option.
Transferring from another college or university. Students who are only transferring high school dual enrollment credits should select First Time College Student.
Gadsden, Leon or Wakulla county students who want to take college-level coursework while still in high school or home school.
International students who want to study in the U.S. or take online classes. DACA students should select the appropriate application type (e.g. First Time College Student, Transfer Student, etc.)
Former TCC students who have not been enrolled within the last 12 months.
Enrolled at one university or college, but taking classes at another that will count toward their degree at their home institution.
Not seeking a degree, but wish to take classes at TCC.
Enrolling in workforce training or professional development programs.
Active-duty service members, veterans, and their families.
Training in law enforcement, firefighting, corrections, probation, telecommunications and security.
For GED® test prep and to learn English (ESOL) through Workforce Development.
State of Florida employees taking college credit classes.
Current or former Foster Youth living in Florida.
New Student Checklist
Due to COVID-19, we recommend submitting your official transcripts electronically to TCC. Mailed copies will have additional processing times due to staff working remotely until May. New employees should still mail their transcripts to TCC for HR processing.
Step 1: Apply for Admission
- Apply for admission to TCC using our online application.
- After you submit you will receive a confirmation page with your TCC Identification number, email address and password. Keep this page for your records as you will need this information to log in to Workday and access your TCC email. Fall 2020 students, please review this Workday Onboarding Chart for instructions on how to complete the Onboarding process.
Step 2: Submit Residency Declaration
Submit your residency documents (e.g., driver’s license, vehicle registration, voter’s registration card) online. All documents must reflect an issue date of at least one year prior to the first day of class for the semester you plan to attend.
Step 3: Apply for Financial Aid
- TCC School Code: 001533
- Review additional important information about applying for financial aid and available TCC scholarships here.
Step 4: Request High School Transcript or GED Test Scores
Request your official high school transcript or GED test scores be sent to TCC. Admission to the 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. Home educated students must complete the Affidavit of Home School Completion form.
Step 5: Request College/University Transcripts (If Applicable)
Request any and all college/universities transcripts, if applicable. Transfer students are required to submit official college transcripts from all colleges/universities attended.
Step 6: Review Placement Testing Information
Step 7: Visit TCC EagleNet/Workday (FALL 2020) to Check Your Admission File and Hold Status
Familiarize yourself with our online portal Workday where you can access your email, student records, degree audit and view your admission file and hold status. We ask that you check your hold status to be sure you are clear to attend your orientation advising appointment and to register for classes. If you have a hold, you should view this holds chart to help you resolve it.
Step 8: Complete TCC's New Student Orientation
When you schedule your mandatory on-campus advising appointment, you will gain automatic access to the Online Orientation course in Canvas. Please allow 2 hours from the time you register for the course to appear. You will need your Student ID and PIN to begin.Online Orientation, located on Canvas, will take approximately one to two hours to complete. In order to pass, you must receive a grade of 100. You will need your TCC eAccount Username and Password to begin.
NOTE: Transient students, and non-degree seeking students do not have to attend orientation. Also, returning students do not have to attend orientation and may come to the Advising Center (Student Union, second floor) for walk-in advising Mondays through Thursdays, 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. and Fridays from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. or email firstname.lastname@example.org, or log into EagleQ for advising assistance.
Familiarize yourself with our online portal Workday where you can access your email, student records, degree audit, registration and much more. Be sure to check your TCC email frequently as that is the College’s official means of communication to students.
Step 9: 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 10: Pay Tuition and Fees
Options to pay:
Step 11: Get Your Student ID Card
Once you have paid, you are ready to get your TCC Student Identification Card at the Cashier’s Office (Student Union, second floor).
Step 12: Get Books and Supplies
Get your books and supplies for your classes by visiting the TCC Bookstore.
Step 13: Attend Class, Get Involved, and Have a Great Semester!
Learn more about how to get involved by visiting :
- Campus Recreation and Sports
- Clubs and Organizations
- Student Government Association (SGA)
- Student Leadership, Involvement and Civic Engagement (SLICE)
- Academic Enrichment
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