The Information Center is here to answer your questions. We are your first point of contact for all things related to TCC.
TCC campuses are currently closed except for limited in-person services.
Many of our services are online. Find the remote operating status for TCC services.
- Monday-Thursday: 8 a.m.–7 p.m.
- Friday: 9 a.m.–5 p.m.
- Saturday & Sunday: Closed
How do I log in to WebAdvisor/Blackboard/MyTCCTrack for the first time?
All new students have a default password for their first-time logging in WebAdvisor/Blackboard/MyTCCTrack. Follow our instructions on how to log in to WebAdvisor/Blackboard.
How do I log in to WebAdvisor/Blackboard/MyTCCTrack if I'm a returning student?
If you're a returning student who has not logged in to WebAdvisor/Blackboard/MyTCCTrack since before July 10, 2019, you'll need to log in with your new default password. Learn more about how to sign in with your new default password.
How do I use Blackboard?
How do I reset my password?
If you don't remember your password, or need to reset it for whatever reason, you need to have self-service password reset enabled on your account. Learn how to set up your password reset options.
I need to speak to an academic advisor.
You can speak online to an advisor in real-time via the chat bubble on our academic advising page. To access the pop-up window, make sure your pop-off blocker is either turned off or allows pop-ups for myTCC.
You can also email your campus's academic advising office. You must use your TCC email address to send the email and include your TCC ID number.
Response time may be delayed due to the overwhelming number of students seeking academic advising. We ask for your patience while we are working with our students.
How do I pay for my classes?
While campuses are closed, you can pay for your classes online or through the mail.
What if I have to take the TSI or HESI exam at a campus testing center?
Are the libraries open?
Only for curbside pickup.
Electronic resources are also available online 24/7 on the TCC library webpage.
- Ask a librarian a question via chat or email.
- Check out an item for curbside pickup.
- Follow a tutorial on learning to find research articles.
- Use a self-guided tutorial to learn about finding articles, citing sources, and more.
What if I have a library book that's due?
Hold onto your book until the libraries reopen. Our libraries will be waiving late fees.
Updated March 10, 2021