Steps to Register

1. Schedule Approval


If you are a new student, transferring from another college or have not met all three parts of Texas Success Initiative (TSI), your schedule must be approved by an advisor or a division chairperson before you can register. You can do this in the Advising Center, located in the Administration Building. Transfer students please have transcript.
2. Register in the Admissions Office


After your schedule is approved by an Academic Advisor, you may log in to myTC using the link at the bottom of the page to register for classes.
If you are a new TC student, you must have submitted an application for admissions online during or before the time of registration.
You will also need your high school transcript with graduation date and all official college transcripts.
If you have been a TC student before, and owe library or parking fines, or have any other type of “hold” on your record (application or transcript), you will not be allowed to register until you have cleared all “holds”.

Please Note: ALL students must have their photo taken in the Office of Admissions to receive a TC HigherOne Card. TC HigherOne card will be mailed to the mailing address listed on your student account.

3. Check with Financial Aid or log in to your myTC student account for information.


If you are receiving scholarships or grants, check with the Financial Aid Office before you pay your tuition.

4. Pay your tuition online or in the Business Office


The final step of registration is paying your tuition in the Business Office. Be sure to check that the course and section numbers are correct.

Paying by Credit Card?
Pay your tuition online

NOTE: All non-exempt and non-waived students must provide evidence of having satisfied TSI requirements before pre-registering for Summer classes.
NOTE: Transient or transfer students must have a transcript prior to advisement and/or registration.

Web registration is available to returning students who have met all TSI and are not on hold. Proceed to
Online registration  “Click here”