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Record Change Request

The Family Education Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) protects the privacy of academic records.

Name or Social Security Number Change

For a name or social security number (SSN) change, you must submit this request to the Admissions and Registrar Office in person with official documentation (court order, new SSN card, marriage license, etc).

Residency Status Change

Submit a residency questionnaire (PDF)Listen for a change in residency status:

  • In person at the Admissions and Registrar Office
  • By mail to:
    Admissions and Records Office
    300 Trinity Campus Circle
    Fort Worth TX 76102
  • By fax:
    Admissions and Records Office
  • Sorry, no phone requests

Address and Contact Information Change

To update your address or contact information:

  1. Log in to WebAdvisor
  2. Select Students
  3. Select Address and Contact Information Change under the Student Information heading

Chosen Name Change

If you choose to identify yourself within the College using a chosen first name that differs from your legal name, your chosen name may appear instead of your legal name in select College-related systems and documents.

To declare a chosen name, you must:

  1. Complete the Records Maintenance Form (PDF)Listen
  2. Submit the form to your campus Admissions and Records Office either:

Taxpayer Identification Number Submission

Internal Revenue Service (IRS) Education Credits(link will open in a new window) requires TCC to request the Taxpayer Identification Number (TIN) from students who submit their admissions application without a social security number (SSN). This number is issued by the Social Security Administration (SSA) or the IRS.

If you need to submit your TIN, submit one of the following to your campus Admissions and Registrar Office:

If you do not have a TIN or SSN, indicate such on the Record Maintenance Form and submit it to your campus Admissions and Registrar Office.

For additional questions about your 1098T form, email or call 817-515-1098.

Updated March 26, 2020