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If you are a first-time TMCC student you need to be admitted before you can enroll in classes (see steps to enroll). If you stopped taking classes at TMCC more than two years ago or if you graduated from TMCC, you will need to complete a new TMCC application for admission online and view important dates and deadlines. If you are not sure whether you need to reapply, please contact the admissions and records office for assistance (you must have your student ID number when you call). Continuing students use MyTMCC to enroll in classes. Check dates and deadlines for registration times and fee payment dates.
You may add classes anytime during the published registration period. Late starting classes may be added using MyTMCC up until the published start date of the class.
If you add classes or register late, you become immediately responsible for the fees for these classes and should be aware that you may not be eligible for any refunds if you drop from these classes.
Auditing a class
If you wish to enroll in a class for no credit, please complete a grade audit form and send it to admissions and records. An auditor pays regular fees and at the discretion of the instructor may be asked to meet all class requirements. If you audit, you do not receive a grade or credit for the course.
If you drop a class, the amount of tuition refunded is based on dates of the semester for full-term classes and the number of times the class has met for summer and intensive classes. Refunds are not based on the attendance of a particular student. For more information see the refund policy.
Once contacted, you will be given a Permit-to-Enroll card and allowed 24 hours to pay for the class, or the seat will be offered to the next eligible student. You can also use MyTMCC to remove your name from a wait list.
Withdrawing from Classes
Students may use MyTMCC to withdraw from classes using the following schedule:
- Until the mid-point (50%) of a class.
Unless the class is officially dropped, the student is responsible for the fees and the instructor may assign a failing grade. It is important for students to verify the accuracy of their enrollment schedules and fees any time a change is made.
Refunds for withdrawing from classes are based on the times the class has met and not on the attendance of a particular student. See the refund policy in the fees, payment and refund section of the college catalog.