TCC Policies & Procedures
The purpose of this TCC Policy and Procedures website is to ensure that the college community has ready access to well-articulated and understandable college policies and procedures. Policies and procedures that are easy to find, read and understand will help the college accomplish its mission, maintain accountability, provide employees and students with clear and concise guidelines, and clarify how the college conducts business.
To ensure ready access to college policies and procedures, this website will contain the most current approved version of all college policies with their associated procedures and forms. The documents on the TCC Policies and Procedures website will constitute the only official college-wide policies for Tidewater Community College.
To maintain an organized system of change control and to ensure consistency throughout the college, individual departmental web sites may not contain separate copies or versions of TCC policies or their associated procedures. Instead, departmental web sites that reference TCC policies and procedures must use hyperlinks to the documents on the official TCC Policies and Procedures website. This does not preclude departments from maintaining internal departmental policies and procedures on their websites, provided the internal departmental policies and procedures are not identified as and do not conflict with official college policies and procedures.
1000: General College Policies
Policies of a general nature affecting faculty, staff, and students.
2000: Academic & Student Affairs Policies
Policies governing development, delivery, and administration of academic and student services programs.No. Title Revision
3000: Administrative Services Policies
Policies that pertain to people who are employed by the college in any capacity; management and use of TCC's physical facilities and capital assets; and relationships with organizations and entities external to the college.No. Title
4000: Financial Policies
Policies governing fiscal operations of the college—budgeting, accounting, purchasing, contracting, fixed asset administration, sponsored program administration, student financial aid, student accounting, billing and collections, cashiering and banking, payroll, investing, financial reporting, and auxiliary services.No. Title Revision
5000: Information Systems policies
Policies governing the management, use, and security of the college's information technology and knowledge assets.No. Title
6000: Workforce Development policies
Policies governing services that TCC provides to the region's employers, including military and other government entities, and the college's non-credit educational offerings and programs.No. Title Revision Effective
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