What does TCC expect from students when going through the Advising process?

Advising is a shared responsibility. Students are expected to take an active role in their education and in the advising process by doing the following:

  • Check TCC email daily for official communication from the College and from your instructors
  • Explore educational and career interests using campus services and other resources (e.g., Career Center and Career Coach, Floridashines.org) and be prepared to discuss those interests with an advisor.
  • Complete the Career Coach Careeer Assesment and bring your results to New Student Orientation.
  • If you are taking courses completely online, you must complete a Distance Learning workshop (CDL-STU007) for the following programs: Wakulla Environmental Institute, Paralegal and Legal Studies, Early Childhood Education and Criminal Justice Technology.
  • Receive advising services during the scheduled advising period (Distance learners may complete an advising appointment by phone or email.)
  • Update your Academic Plan in Workday Student with intended major and transfer university within your first 18 credit hours.
  • Check the Academic Calendar for important dates and deadlines. 
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