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Community college students often balance a job, family and other responsibilities along with their academic work. And many students come to TCC as the first in their family to attend college. Learn more about our student services, and how we can help you succeed.
At TCC, a comprehensive team of academic advisors, professional tutors, career coaches and counselors is available to help you develop your academic strengths and tackle challenges. Take advantage of the rich variety of resources available to you as you make the most of your opportunities.
Advisors address issues related to career, academic difficulty, time management and other obstacles that hinder student success. TCC advisors are on all four campuses and at the Visual Arts Center.
Students can find one-on-one tutoring in campus Learning Assistance Centers. While appointments are encouraged, walk-ups can find help with immediate academic needs. Services are available six days a week.
Recognizing that most students need assistance as they transition to college, First Year Success coordinators on each campus provide comprehensive orientations and support for new students and their families.
TCC is committed to assisting students and graduates in finding jobs. The Office of Career and Employment Services provides services to help students prepare and find the career of their dreams.
Life can be complicated. That's why TCC offers an array of personal support services, along with programs for special populations.
Are you the first in your family to go to college? TCC’s dedicated resources and support can help you overcome barriers.
TCC provides equal access for students with disabilities and chronic illnesses and fully complies with the Americans With Disabilities Act.
TCC, in partnership with the Virginia Department of Health, provides specialized support for pregnant women, expectant fathers and parents.
TCC’s Women’s Center offers comprehensive, specialized services that range from college transition and time management to leadership training.
YWCA South Hampton Roads and TCC partner to provide licensed child development centers for ages 2 1/2 to 6 on all campuses.
Great Expectations helps foster children transition into college and meet their academic goals in higher education
This federally funded program helps low-income, first-generation college students stay in college and graduate.
Immigration advising and admission assistance are provided by the Office of International Student Services.
Anyone may experience personal difficulties from time to time. Our counseling staff is here to help you work through problems productively.
Monday and Tuesday 8:30 a.m. to to 6:30 p.m.
Wednesday, Thursday and Friday 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m.
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