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Early registration opens at Tri-County Community College


Evan Dillard, Tri-County Community College student, shows off his new college parking pass during fall registration last August at the main campus in Peachtree.

Evan Dillard, Tri-County Community College student, shows off his new college parking pass during fall registration last August at the main campus in Peachtree

Early registration for the summer semester at Tri-County Community College will begin April 4 for new and returning students at both the main campus in Peachtree and the Graham County Center in Robbinsville.

“One of the benefits of the early registration period is the opportunity for students to ensure they are fully prepared for not only summer, but also looking ahead to the fall semester,” said Lee Beal, director of enrollment management at Tri-County Community College.

The college is offering a variety of classes for the summer, including day, evening, hybrid and online settings, as well as some new additions to the summer lineup.

“There are several course offerings we hope students will take advantage of during this 8-week session, including a new hybrid version of our required public speaking class, and our newly-expanded machining offerings,” said Steve Wood, vice president for instruction and institutional effectiveness at Tri-County Community College.

The early registration period begins April 4, with onsite hours at the main campus of Monday through Thursday from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. and from 8:00 a.m. to noon on Friday. Summer classes officially begin May 29.

“These courses are also a perfect time for students who may be home from college and looking to pick up a class or two to transfer back to their four-year school,” Beal said.

Students registering during the early registration period can also take advantage of many on-campus resources such as financial aid assistance, career exploration and degree evaluations.

“In registering early, students who may be close to completing their degrees can request a degree evaluation to help choose the correct classes for the summer and fall semesters to ensure they are on track to graduate,” Wood said.

Students may register for classes in person at the Harper Help Desk on the main campus or at the Shope Building in Robbinsville.

For more information, call 837-6810 or visit www.tricountycc.edu for a list of class offerings for the summer semester.