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Students who plan to pursue a Bachelor of Arts degree must submit a formal application for acceptance into the degree program prior to the semester in which they wish to enroll.
Students must complete their lower-division courses (general education requirements) by earning an associate degree (AA) at another institution, such as Tallahassee Community College. When students have completed both the AA and the required courses for their major, a bachelor’s degree will be awarded by TCCTC. These requirements may be completed in any order, consecutively or concurrently.
When beginning a program of study students must meet with an academic advisor to design a program that meets both institutional requirements and individual needs. This meeting will include a discussion of academic workloads, programs, and the student’s long-range goals.
Come and See!
TCCTC’s Open House and Orientation is a great opportunity to get to know us. Prior to the fall and winter/spring semesters, TCCTC holds an open house for students, area pastors, churches and local ministries. This event includes an orientation for new and returning students. During orientation, students have the opportunity to meet faculty and staff, familiarize themselves with school standards and the TCCTC campus, receive academic advisement, gain knowledge of study programs and study aids, financial counseling, scholarships, and register for classes. Please check the Upcoming Events page for dates and times.
Questions? Our registrar will be happy to talk with you (850) 513-1000.
For additional information please see the Student Handbook.
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