Early registration for the 2017 spring semester is underway at Tri-County Community College’s (TCCC) main campus in Peachtree and the Graham County Center (GCC) in Robbinsville.
“We want students to have as much time as possible to register for their Spring classes,” said Lee Beal, director of enrollment management at TCCC. “For new students, who may need advising, the early registration period is an excellent opportunity to meet with an adviser and the enrollment specialist team.”
The early registration period will continue through Nov. 18, with regular registration taking place Jan. 4 – 6.
“Spring semesters provide a great opportunity for students,” said Dr. Steve Wood, vice president of instruction and institutional effectiveness. “Whether they want to jumpstart a new career or try a new program of interest there is no better time than in the spring.”
Classes for the spring semester begin Monday, Jan. 9, giving students ample time to prepare.
Students can seek advising help, enroll, or apply at the Harper Help Desk at the main campus or the Shope Building at GCC in Robbinsville. Registration is open Monday through Thursday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. and Friday 8 a.m. to noon. The College will be closed in observation of Veteran’s Day on Nov. 11.
Currently enrolled students may also complete their registration using WebAdvisor.
For more information, students can find online resources at www.tricountycc.edu, or call (828) 837-6810 or (828) 479-9256.
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