Office of the Registrar
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The Office of the Registrar is responsible for enrollment of all student and maintenance of all academic records. Among the functions of the Registrar's Office that students regularly utilize are:
- Student Records Management
Official student records are maintained by the Registrar. Transcripts are available online through the National Student Clearinghouse. TCC graduates requesting a copy of their diploma should use the following form:
REQUEST A DIPLOMA COPY
Please note: if you are seeking a transcript for continuing education credits, please contact the Office of Postgraduate Studies at (800) 533-9822 or email@example.com
- Course Enrollment
Enrollment for continuing students normally occurs in the 11th week of the trimester. Students will be eligible to register as long as they are not on registration hold from the business office, admissions office, library or other administrative entities.
- Advice on Course Scheduling
The Registrar is available for advisement on course scheduling. This service is most important for transfer or mixed schedule students. Schedule advisement is done on an appointment basis. Appointments may be made either by phone or in person with the registrar staff.
- Course Add/Drop Procedures
Dropping and adding courses is allowed during the first 10 school days of a trimester without academic penalty. In order to add a course, the student must fulfill all the prerequisite and corequisite requirements of the course to be added. Additionally, an added course cannot overlap with any other enrolled courses. Drop/Add forms are available in the Registrar's office.
- Withdrawal from Individual Courses
Withdrawal from one or more individual courses is allowed through the eighth week of a trimester with a grade of "W". Withdrawal after that will result in a grade of "WF". The student must notify the Registrar's office in writing. Failure to do so will render the action unofficial and a failing a grade will be recorded in each such course.
- Complete Withdrawal from the College
A student may withdraw from school up until 10 days before the end of the term from which the student wishes to withdraw. The withdrawal form must be completed and submitted to the Registrar's office. There is no fee for a complete withdrawal. However, all debts to the College must be paid before the procedure is considered completed. Correct preparation and timely submission of the withdrawal application will result in a "W" being assigned to all courses in which the student was enrolled. Failure to follow established withdrawal procedures would result in the assignment of an "F" to all courses in which the student was enrolled.
- Readmission to the College
Students desiring readmission must apply according to policies at the time of reentry. A student who has withdrawn is not guaranteed permission to re-enroll. Students wishing to reenter must notify the Registrar's office in writing or their intentions at least 30 days before the anticipated date of re-entry into the College.
- Advanced Standing
- Enrollment Verification
Students, on occasion, require verification of enrollment at TCC. The College will provide, at no fee to the student, a letter stating that the student is enrolled for a trimester, the beginning and ending dates of said trimester and the anticipated date of graduation. The Registrar's office will mail the verification to the necessary party or the student can pick up the letter for hand delivery.
- Loan Deferment Verification
Students will receive documents, normally on a trimester basis, from their lending institution for loan deferment information. The student must complete the upper portion of the form, sign the form and deliver to the Registrar's office. The Registrar's office will complete and mail the form to the lending institution at no cost to the student.
- National Board Examination
Contact us with questions regarding further information on any of the topics above.