Tunxis Community College will hold a Super Saturday on Jan. 6 from 9 a.m.-1 p.m. in Founders Hall to help new and continuing students apply and register for spring semester.
The event will offer one-stop assistance in the registration process and with class schedules, course selection, financial aid, placement testing (for those who arrive by 11 a.m.) and other matters.
Those who have not yet applied for admission should bring a high school diploma or GED, immunization records, application fee and unofficial college transcripts. Students who haven’t already applied for financial aid are encouraged to complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid. The FAFSA can be submitted online at www.fafsa.gov, and TCC’s school code is 009764.
In addition to Saturday registration, Tunxis will also hold late registration on Jan. 16 from 10 a.m.-6 p.m., with placement testing available for those who arrive by 2 p.m. Spring semester classes start Jan. 17.
For more information, please call Tunxis Admissions at 860.773.1490. More on the Tunxis application process can be found online at tunxis.edu/SuperSat.
From fine arts, health, and technology to liberal arts & sciences programs, Tunxis offers over 60 associate degrees and certificates, providing critical thinking and problem-solving skills that prepare students for transfer to bachelor’s degree programs and employment in areas with industry need.
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