How to view course needs and register

Begin by logging in to myTC at my.texarkanacollege.edu using your username and password.   Click the Student tab. Click Advising. Once the Advising page appears, click on “Click Here to view your course needs” Once your requirements appear, click on the blue hyperlink for your major. The next screen could take a few minutes to […]

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How to view your advising worksheet in myTC

First log in to myTC from the Texarkana College website texarkanacollege.edu using your Texarkana College user name and password.   Click on the Student Then, click on Advising located on the left hand side in the light blue box. Once the Advising Section appears, click on Click Here to view your course needs. Once your […]

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I have never attended college. How do I get started?

Prior to the beginning of each term a student who has completed the application process may register for courses for the coming semester. After submitting your application for admission online, you will receive a letter of confirmation. Meet with an advisor for first-time-in-college students. Complete appropriate assessment testing. Come to theAdvising Office. High school transcripts […]

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What is pre-advisement?

Pre-advisement gives the student the opportunity to avoid long lines during heavy registration, by taking time to speak with an advisor about courses, degree plans and transferring. Be ready to fill out your registration form, with course information, so that your registration goes smoothly. No appointment is necessary; drop-in students are always welcome.

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How do I plan my schedule for a semester?

Time management is essential when building your schedule. Plan at least three to four hours of study time per week for each hour of course work. If you register for a three-hour credit class, plan nine to 12 hours of study time per week. Also, different course combinations may require a greater amount of study […]

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What happens if I repeat a course?

You may choose to repeat a course to improve your grade point average, GPA, at Texarkana College. Your GPA will reflect the highest grade earned. Effective for the fall semester 2005, Texarkana College charges a higher tuition rate to students registering the third or subsequent time for a course.

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