For your convenience, below are forms that faculty often use, some video tutorials, and a few general procedural guidelines. Several of the forms require two-factor authentication in order to complete the link to the form. Click on the link provided and follow subsequent prompts. The form will actually be completed through your faculty TMCC email. For further information about any of these forms or processes, please contact the administrative assistant in your academic department or Admissions and Records.
Basic form for full and shorter term classes. Student signature on form is always required. For full term classes, instructor and department signatures are required for classes added in second week of term. Shorter classes always require signatures of instructor and department. For classes added the third week of term or after, signatures are required from instructor, department, and division dean.
Form to be used when class time periods overlap Student signature as well as signatures of instructors for both courses are required on form.
To be used for short-term classes only. Form must be completed during 100% refund period, is submitted electronically, and requires two-factor authentication. Once required ID information is input, link will be sent to TMCC email address for Administrative Withdrawal form access. Completed form is sent to A & R for processing.
To be first filled out by a student who is contesting a grade; must be done within 90 days of the end of the term in which grade was assigned.
Form is submitted electronically and requires two-factor authentication. Once required information is input, link will be sent to TMCC email address for Grade Change form access. Upon completion the form is routed to chair, director, or coordinator, then division dean, and last to A & R for processing.
To be first filled out by student requesting a letter of recommendation or other such validation from an instructor.
How to find, use, and print your class roster(s).
Video shows all you need to know about inputting, posting, and changing grades.
Demonstrates how administrative withdrawals for full-term classes can be done through PeopleSoft during the 100% refund period.
Shows the many ways in which faculty can communicate with students, utilize TMCC’s Early Alert procedures, and support student success.
Information from the college catalog regarding when and how an instructor can assign a student an “I.”
The basic protocol for dropping a student for non-attendance.
Helps refresh important government-mandated student privacy regulations.
Basic guidelines for TMCC’s refund policies. Important information for all who teach short term classes.