Coronavirus (COVID-19) Update
Effective at 5 p.m. on March 20, 2020, all campuses are closed until further notice.
Some International Admissions services are available remotely. See Remote Service Options for Admissions, Registrar and Financial Aid for hours and contact options.
You're an international student if you plan to attend TCC on an F1 visa.
Why attend TCC?
A community college is an ideal choice if you're an international student. We have affordable out-of-country tuition and small class sizes. With 6 campuses to choose from, TCC has many advantages:
- Smaller class sizes
- Individualized attention from professors
- Lower tuition cost
- Class credit transferable to 4-year universities
- Ideal environment to adapt to American academic practices
Many international students attend TCC to earn an associate degree and then transfer to a 4-year university in the United States to earn their bachelor's degree.
You are expected to pay all tuition and fees at the time of registration.
The College does not provide:
- Financial assistance programs
- Student housing
- Public transportation
How much will it cost?
The approximate total cost of studying at TCC is $28,265 for a 9-month study, and $30,452 for a 12-month study.
Here are estimated expenses by category and by semesters:
|Category||Fall & Spring
|Summer, Fall & Spring
|Tuition and Fees||$8,235||$10,065|
|Books and Supplies||$1,605||$1,962|
You want to learn more about:
- Applying to TCC: Forms, deadlines, and instructions to get started with the admission process
- Studying at TCC: Information on registration and academics
- Visa Information: How to keep immigration paperwork in order
- Working in the USA: Instructions for finding employment during your time as a student
- Frequently Asked Questions: Answers many international students want to know
- Forms: All forms for current and future international students
- Visiting our Campus: How to visit TCC
- Degrees and Certificates: A full listing of our academic programs of study
- Student Life: Opportunities for getting involved on your campus
Updated March 26, 2020