Tarrant County College continues to register new and returning students for the Spring 2021 semester through Jan. 19, 2021.
Whether seeking to earn an associate degree, transfer to a four-year university, or enroll in life enrichment classes, career skills training or GED preparation offered through TCC’s Community Engagement & Education (CEE) department, the six-campus College can help students reach their academic and professional goals.
Students can go online and use WebAdvisor to view the class listing for a streamlined registration process. Students new to TCC can receive online assistance with the admissions and registration process by visiting www.tccd.edu/admission.
Based on recent guidelines provided by the state, county and Centers for Disease Control, most TCC courses will be conducted online. A limited number of credit courses are scheduled to be offered in a face-to-face or hybrid format, maintaining appropriate health and safety protocols.
TCC’s full Spring 2021 semester (16 weeks) and first eight-week session start on Tuesday, Jan. 19. The second eight-week session begins Monday, Mar. 22.
At just $64 per credit hour (or $960 for a 15-hour semester), TCC offers more than 70 fields of study, 82 associate degree programs, 132 certificates of completion and more than 200 technical programs. Financial aid and scholarships are available for students who qualify. Students are encouraged to complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) online at www.fafsa.ed.gov. Payment plans also are available.
Concerned about social interaction during the pandemic? With nearly 200 student clubs and organizations, TCC students enjoy a wide variety social and personal enrichment options to complement their academic journeys.
Visit tccd.edu for more information.