Fall Registration Now in Progress
If you are
a current student, you can register yourself online through WebAdvisor.
Choose the right classes that you need to graduate by reviewing your degree plan
CERT). Recommended course
schedules for the Fall Session are provided below to help you make the right
2014 Recommended Schedules
schedule and make necessary changes prior to first class day of the semester.
Refunds will be calculated for schedule changes made on or after the first day
of the semester. The student is responsible for making schedule changes,
dropping classes or withdrawing at the Admission and Records Office.
Make sure you read the following to ensure you stay on-track:
Maintaining Eligibility for Financial Aid
Student Financial Obligation Agreement
When registering for a new semester, each student is required to read
and acknowledge (Use WebAdvisor) the Student Financial Obligation Agreement.
to get done prior to registration.
The Obligation Agreement explains TSTC's collection process and associated
collection fees, which are applicable if the student has a past due debt with
TSTC. If you have any questions, please call Student Accounting at
If you need help during the registration process - Contact any CNST
Faculty member for assistsance.
Don't forget to
APPLY NOW FOR FINANCIAL AID for the 2014-2015 school year as
NEW STUDENTS - Follow the
New Student Enrollment Checklist to Get Started!
Key Semester Dates
July 4: Staff/Student Holiday
July 14: Last Day to Drop with a “W” (12-week)
August 1: End of Semester
Links of Interest:
The Windows Club - Check out the Windows News and the downloads section for cool tools and utilities
Lost and Found Items: Any lost and found items left in the classrooms or in buildings need to be brought to the building secretary's office, who will then contact and turn the item(s0 to the College Police. This includes electronic devices, i.e. flash drives, portable hard drives laptops, cell and smart phones, tablets, etc. [IAW COP GA 1.45]
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