The Steps to Enroll for TMCC's Jump Start Program for High School Students were developed to support your success at TMCC. You must complete these steps before you can register for classes.
- Apply for Admission
Complete a TMCC Application for Admission and view important dates and deadlines. If you need assistance or have questions in completing the application, please contact TMCC's Jump Start Program.
- Complete the Jump Start Orientation
The online Jump Start Orientation will help you learn the requirements and responsibilities of taking college classes. In addition, it will provide guidance and helpful resources to help you be successful. Students must complete the Jump Start Orientation by logging into Canvas with your TMCC username and password.
- Complete Permission to Enroll Form
If you are a high school student, submit a Permission to Enroll form. Incomplete forms will delay the enrollment process. In addition, if the class you've selected has prerequisites, send us a copy of any supporting documentation (i.e., ACT scores, SAT scores, high school transcripts, AP scores, etc.). Homeschooled students must also provide a completed "Notice of Intent to Home School" form, appropriately filed in the school district where they reside.
- Pay for Classes
Class payment is completed through MyTMCC using your TMCC username and password.
Returning Jump Start Students
Returning Jump Start students only need to follow steps 3 and 4 above. A Permission to Enroll form is required for enrollment every semester.
Recommended Steps for Success
- Know Your Username and Password
You will use your TMCC username and password to log in to MyTMCC, Canvas, and your TMCC student email. If you need assistance with your username or password and you know your Student ID number, visit the online self-service tools. If you do not know your Student ID number or would like additional registration assistance, contact New Student Services at 775-673-7111.
- Log On and Get To Know Canvas
Canvas is TMCC’s online student learning management system. New Student Orientation and many of your college professors use Canvas to provide instruction. Need Canvas assistance? Complete the Getting Started with WebCollege tutorial.