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- First Time in College
- Transfer Student
- Dual Enrollment Student
- Returning Student
- Transient Student
- Non-Degree Seeking Student
- International Student
- Veteran Student
- Florida Public Safety Institute Student
- Foster Youth Student
- State of Florida Employee
- Continuing Education Student
- GED/Adult Education
- Application Maintenance
Steps to TCC
Current or former foster youths living in Florida are eligible for a tuition exemption (free tuition) and fee waivers to attend TCC. Contact your Independent Living worker for more information or for assistance with the tuition exemption.
Students attending TCC may also elect to participate in the Fostering Achievement Fellowship (FAF) Program.
Apply for Admission
- Apply for admission to TCC using our online application.
- After you submit you will receive a confirmation page with your TCC Identification number, email address and password. Keep this page for your records as you will need this information to log in to Workday and MyTCC to access your TCC email.
Submit Residency Declaration
Students seeking Florida residency for tuition purposes are required to submit a declaration to the College proving they, or their parent/legal guardian, maintained legal residence in this state for at least 12 consecutive months immediately prior to his or her initial enrollment.
The declaration and all supporting documentation must be submitted online prior to the start of classes.
Send Transcripts to TCC
Request your official high school transcript or GED test scores be sent to TCC. Admission to the college requires a standard high school diploma or GED. It is important for your records to be sent as soon as possible so that information on your transcript can be used to assist with your first semester course scheduling. Learn more.
Review Placement Testing Information
Complete New Student Welcome to Get Started
About TCC's New Student Welcome & Registration:
Complete New Student Welcome to get started. TCC offers in-person and virtual advising meetings, a self-paced Connect2Complete: New Student Orientation course and New Student Welcome Sessions prior to registration.
During your advising meeting, you will speak with a Career and Academic Advisor who will assist you with course planning/registration. The Connect2Complete course is a set of self-paced, virtual modules that provide an overview of significant facets of TCC life. The New Student Welcome sessions give new students a chance to meet faculty and key College staff to help students get oriented to campus and the first day of class. All three new student activities are to be completed prior to Fall Convocation and the first semester. Click here to learn more.
Questions? Contact us at (850) 201-8555 or email email@example.com, or stop by the Admissions and Records Office located on the second floor of the Student Union.