“Sometimes things happen in life and you don’t have time to register, so Late Start classes give you the chance to still take classes in Spring Semester,” said Ana, who is working toward her Associate of Science degree at Truckee Meadows Community College.
Late Start classes for credit and transfer are now open for enrollment, with sections beginning in February through the end of March. There are conveniently scheduled classes, and evening or once-a-week sections offered. Online courses can fit tight schedules of students that have work or family responsibilities. Many general education classes are also now offered at Meadowood Center, with its convenient location and parking.
“For me, Late Start is good because it’s a seven-week course—it’s fast track, so it can help a student complete their degree faster,” said Sarah, who is studying in the Administrative Professional field.
Parastoo and Joanne Liz are colleagues of Sarah’s as student employees in the Welcome Center at TMCC. Parastoo is working on her associate degree and would like to eventually become an orthodontist.
“It’s good for whoever didn’t remember to register early or was late to register due to a problem with their admission or financial aid,” she said.
Joanne Liz agrees. She is interested in majoring in Community Health Science or applying for the Nursing Program.
“It helps people who might be financially challenged, if they can’t make the first payment deadline and gives them another option,” she said. “It gives them more time to earn money for a class.”
- To view Late Start classes: simply go to latestart.tmcc.edu. An additional way to view the Late Start Class Schedule is to go to schedule.tmcc.edu, select Spring 2017; then, under "subject" select "any" and under "start date" select the button for "late start only" and then hit the button to "show classes".
- To register for Late Start classes: use the "Additional Search Criteria" in the online searchable class schedule at MyTMCC. Select a session listed as Dynamic Dated (DYN) or Dynamic Dated Intensive (DYI) for late-starting classes.
Late-starting classes include the following subjects and more:
- Accounting and Bookkeeping
- Anthropology courses
- Art, Visual Foundations
- Automotive courses
- Biology, Anatomy and Physiology, Microbiology
- Business Letters and Reports, and Marketing Principles
- Core Humanities
- Computer Databases and Intro to Information Systems
- Criminal Justice courses
- Culinary Arts courses
- Early Childhood Education courses
- English 101, 102 and Composition for International Students
- Economics, Microeconomics
- EMS and Paramedic classes
- Firefighter, entry level
- Introduction to Humanities
- Lifespan Human Development
- Logistics, Quality Management Tools II
- Massage courses
- Math, Algebra, and Pre Calculus I and II
- Nursing Assistant and Medical Terminology
- Medical Nutrition Theory, Diet Tech II
- Introduction to American Politics
- Psychology (Introduction) 101 and Human Sexuality
- Real Estate Law and Practice
- Principles of Sociology and Women’s Studies
- Unmanned Aerial System Construction Project
- To register for a late-starting class, log in to MyTMCC.
- Pay your tuition and fees within 48 hours after you enroll.
- Students enrolling in Late Start courses must meet the class prerequisites (check the online searchable class schedule for any required prerequisites).
- If you haven't applied for admission to TMCC yet, go to stepstoenroll.tmcc.edu
For more information about late-starting classes, call 775-673-7111.