Tri-County Community College faculty and staff will kick off the new year with registration for the 2019 spring semester Jan. 2 – 4 ahead of classes beginning on Jan. 7.
“The spring semester is an important time for students to finish strong and earn their degree or certificate,” said Lee Beal, director of enrollment management at Tri-County Community College.
According to Beal, the college will hold registration at both its main campus and Graham County locations, with enrollment specialists on hand to help students through each step in the process.
“New students enrolling in the spring also have the benefit of getting some of their required classes, like developmental English or math courses, completed before the summer or fall semester,” Beal said.
The college is also now offering a wide variety of classes, including day and evening, hybrid and online, as well as shorter degree tracks to better accommodate student needs.
“We understand our students have busy lives with multiple commitments, so each semester the college works to bring more flexible class options to help students complete their degrees as quickly and efficiently as possible,” said Steve Wood, vice president for instruction and institutional effectiveness at Tri-County Community College.
The registration period runs Wednesday and Thursday from 8 a.m. to 6:30 p.m. and from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Friday.
Students may register for classes in person at the Harper Help Desk on the main campus or at the Shope Building in Robbinsville.
All the spring class offerings, including traditional and online courses, can be found on the college’s website at www.tricountycc.edu. For more information, call 837-6810.
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