Admission FAQs

Find answers to frequently asked questions about admissions and enrolling at TCC.

What if I haven't attended TCC in over a year?

If you haven't registered for a class in over a full year (365 days), you don't need to submit a new application for admission.

Instead, you'll need to reactive your student account.

Reactive Your Student Account

Sign into WebAdvisor and fill out the Student Reactivation form, found under the Prepare to Register section.

Get help finding your WebAdvisor username and password.

Meet with a Career Advisor

To see how your old credits fit in your new program of study, you may also want to schedule an appointment with a career advisor or use the My Progress link under Student Planning in MyTCCTrack.

What if I'm a home school student?

Home School Graduates

If you're a home school graduate, complete our new-to-college admissions steps.

Current Home School Students

 If you're currently a home school student, you can:

  • Enroll in our dual credit program, which lets you earn high school and college credit at the same time. (Follow steps below.)
  • Take continuing education courses for home-schooled students. To learn more about our non-credit courses for home-schooled students, visit our home school courses page.

What if I only want to take online classes? How do I apply?

Choose one of our admissions categories that's the best fit for you and follow the steps for applying.

Before you can register for classes, you must take the required Online Readiness Assessment.

What if I'm also enrolled at another school? How do I apply?

If you want to attend classes at TCC while being enrolled at another college or university, you are considered a transient or visiting student.

Before you can register for classes, you must

What if I can't find the answer to my question?

Contact an Admissions and Registrar Office for help.

Updated January 21, 2023