Welcome to Fall Quarter! 

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Register for Winter Quarter 

Current students - enrollment begins Nov. 10. New students - enrollment begins Nov. 16

Are you a current student? Then, you've got this. 

Wrap up fall quarter and enroll for classes in winter. Pro tip: Book an appointment now with an advisor to make sure you're on track. 

A new student? Welcome to TCC! 

 

We are thrilled to have you join our community. 

 

TCC offers a safe, flexible and organized learning environment. 

Don't wait until the pandemic is over. Your future can start now at TCC. We offer more than 60 degrees and professional-technical certificates. 

 

Need Help? 

Prepare for Registration

The Office of the Registrar is offering free, quick workshops to help you register for winter quarter plus other Zoom workshops to answer your questions.

Get the Zoom link

Connect with us

Quickly connect with staff from enrollment, advising, financial aid, or any other department you need to contact.

Get Help!

 

Important Dates

Financial aid deadline for winter quarter was Oct. 8. Please note: If you complete your application after the Oct. 8 winter quarter financial aid deadline, you will need to pay for your own tuition.  You will still receive the aid you’re eligible for, but not until sometime during winter quarter.
Fall quarter ends Dec. 10
Winter Quarter Current Student Enrollment Begins Nov. 10
Winter Quarter Enrollment for New Students Begins Nov. 16
Winter Quarter Books Available Online and In-Store on Dec. 7
Winter Quarter Tuition is Due Dec. 17
Winter Quarter Classes Begin Jan. 4

Keeping safe and getting ready for winter

 

 

How to pay for college 

We understand applying and receiving financial aid could be the most important step to attend college. The winter quarter financial aid priority deadline date has passed. For spring quarter, the priority deadline is Jan. 28, 2021. 

Need help with financial aid?  

 

Outreach Services will host drop-in sessions to answer your questions about financial aid, including help with the FAFSA and WAFSA. Before attending, check out these resources, too (in English and in Spanish)