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College adds more online classes to fall line-up

Online Classes at TCCC

Kathy Temple, english instructor at Tri-County Community College, assists Samantha Hurst, a Tri-County Community College student, with registering for classes on Aug. 14 at the main campus in Peachtree.

Tri-County Community College is excited to announce the addition of more than 20 new online classes beginning on Aug. 30 for the fall semester.

“We understand that our students lead busier lives than ever before,” said Dr. Stephen Wood, vice president for instruction and institutional effectiveness at Tri-County Community College. “Therefore, we developed these diverse online classes to accommodate their schedules without sacrificing the quality or content of courses offered.”

Wood also said the delayed start gives students who may have missed the regular registration period more time to enroll in classes and prepare to begin the semester.

“Many of these online classes also satisfy general transfer requirements to public and private universities across the state,” Wood said. “By enrolling in one of these courses, a student is also one step closer to gaining a transfer degree.”

The diverse new offerings cover everything from art appreciation, to general psychology, to anatomy and physiology and beyond.

Students interested in registering for any of the classes beginning August 30 can visit either the main campus in Peachtree or the Graham County Center in Robbinsville to speak with an enrollment specialist. Registration is happening Monday through Thursday, 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. and Friday from 8:00 a.m. until noon.

The full listing of the newly-added classes can be found online at www.tricountycc.edu or by calling 837-6810.

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