Tyler Junior College will hold a final walk-in Registration Rally from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 11, in the Apache Rooms located in Rogers Student Center at the corner of Baxter Avenue and Lake Street.
The registration sessions are open to any current, former or prospective TJC students. All participants must present a valid form of ID with identifiable photo.
Advisors from all areas will be available to assist with course selection, degree plan information and advising questions. Staff will also be on-site to assist with online registration. Representatives from business services, financial aid and housing will also be on hand to assist and answer questions.
To avoid classes being dropped, payment must be made at the time of registration – either in full, through authorized financial aid, scholarships or installment plan.
Classes for the 2018 spring semester at TJC will begin on Tuesday, Jan. 16.
Established in 1926, Tyler Junior College is one of the largest community colleges in Texas, with more than 11,500 students enrolled per semester.
For more than 90 years, TJC has embodied the true sense of the term “community college,” as reflected in its foundational promises to provide students with a quality education, a vibrant student life and opportunities for service to the community.
TJC offers more than 120 degree and certificate programs, plus extensive training and technical programs, and offers opportunities for students to transfer to a four-year institution or gain the skills they need to go directly into the workforce; and it is the only Texas community college to offer a Bachelor of Science degree in dental hygiene.
TJC features a 137-acre campus, rigorous academics, 58 national championships in athletics, stellar fine and performing arts programs; modern residential facilities, and organizations and clubs that reflect student diversity.
In 2017, the Aspen Institute College Excellence Program named TJC as one of the top 150 community colleges in the nation.
For more information, go to www.tjc.edu/register.