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Winning in New Roles

Available on Northeast Campus Only

Winning in New Roles (WINR) is designed to help men and women who are in the transitioning and returning to school. This college credit program provides strategies for personal and career changes.

After a semester in this program, you will branch into specialty areas with more confidence and direction.

Our Mission

WINR's mission is to empower, encourage and support men and women as they enroll in college and attempt to reach their personal, educational and career goals.

Is WINR for You?

  • Do you need direction in your life?
  • Do you want confirmation for a career choice?
  • Are you a returning student who is nervous or scared?
  • Are you attending college for the first time or a first-generation student?
  • Have you been in college for 1 or 2 semesters and are still unsure of a major?
  • Do you want to learn how to communicate better?
  • Do you want to re-invent yourself or reposition your life?
  • Do you want to develop leadership skills?
  • Do you want to learn to be a better student?

What does WINR offer?

  • Guided practice in job interviewing and résumé writing
  • Association with other students who have similar needs and interests
  • Vocational testing, advisement, career placement and group mentoring
  • Studies in self-awareness and communication skills—both intra- and interpersonal relations—for confidence building and leadership skill development
  • Networking events available through student organizations, leadership forums, entrepreneur workshops, symposiums, community seminars and community outreach projects

Any requirements?

You must meet TCC admissions requirements for credit registration before beginning the program. WINR has no additional entrance requirements.

WINR orientation is available for new and returning students. 

WINR students must register for 2 classes—both covered by the University Transfer Agreement and not blocked by test scores:

  • PSYC-1300 Learning Framework (blended/integrated curriculum with career work focus)
  • PSYC-2315 Psychology of Adjustment

Both classes are a part of the Associate of Arts degree and are included in many Associate of Applied Science plans. Day and night classes are available.

Scholarships are available for those who qualify.

Want to learn more?

Fill our the WINR Information Request Form to get more information about our program.



Northeast Campus
Ronda Isaacs
WINR Coordinator
SFOB Building, Office 1201a

Updated November 14, 2016