Are you interested in attending Tri-County Community College? TCCC offers hundreds of classes in more than 30 different programs of study. We offer courses to fit your schedule with day, evening, and online classes.

New students should contact the Admissions Office for information on applying to the College and assistance in completing the NC Residency Determination Service online interview. Official copies of High School or GED, transcripts may be requested to complete the admissions process upon entering the College.

To get started online, visit the TCCC website at and click on the “Apply Today” link at the bottom of the homepage to complete the NC Residency interview and the TCCC Admissions Application.

TCCC proudly supports our veterans and active military service members. If you are currently or have previously served in any branch of the US Armed Forces, we encourage you to meet with the TCCC School Certifying Official (SCO) for more information about VA programs and other services offered at Tri-County Community College.

Admissions Contact Information:

Admissions DepartmentVeteran Services
Located at the Harper Help DeskKatie Dockery, Financial Aid Director/VA SCO
(828) 835-4213(828) 835-4260

Summer 2022 Early Registration

Fall 2022 Fast Track Registration Now - October 11th

Fast Track II classes are scheduled to begin on October 17th!

To view the current schedule online, visit the TCCC website @ and click on the “Quick Links” tab to select “Schedules”. All current and upcoming classes are listed online.

*NOTE: Currently enrolled students may register through Self Service but are encouraged to speak with their academic advisor prior to registering online. Click here to register now.


  1. All students must have completed all admissions criteria and have a valid residency number (RCN)
  2. Students must clear any “Holds” placed on the student account. (Please see the appropriate staff member indicated on the hold to resolve the matter)
  3. All students are expected to consult with an Academic Advisor before registering for classes. You may meet with a Program Academic Advisor or one of our professional advisors by appointment in our new Advising and Career Center (ACC). The ACC staff are available to guide students in making wise selections of course offerings with careful attention to institutional policies and degree requirements. Career counseling and planning is also available to all students who are unsure of their designated career paths and want to ensure that they succeed in their chosen Program of Study.

In addition, one-on-one student orientation sessions are available online and face-to-face to ensure new or returning students are prepared for a successful academic career at Tri-County Community College!

ACC Contact Information:

Advising and Career Center

Kendric McDonald – Academic Advisor and Coordinator of Counseling and Testing

Samantha Jones –Academic Advisor and First Year Experience Coordinator

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