TCC is ready for you this fall
Congratulations, graduates! You’re at the end of your high school journey, and we are proud of you as we navigate this difficult time in our world. We recognize this pandemic had changed your senior year in profound and unprecedented ways. Please know you have our community’s support as you think about your future.
We understand life is a bit uncertain right now. But you can still achieve your higher education goals. If you are seeking a college education that’s close to home, affordable and embraces community, we’d like to suggest TCC for you.
This fall, TCC is offering flexible ways to learn with online, hybrid, and in-person instruction options:
- About 80 percent of classes will be held online. Search our class selection.
- Nearly 200 classes will be offered in a hybrid online or in-person format. Explore hybrid and in-person classes.
- TCC is offering synchronous and asynchronous learning options. In synchronous classes, students and instructors meet at a scheduled time and place. In asynchronous classes, students work on their own time online. Find out more about which option is right for you.
- Want to know more about our reopening framework? Get more information.
We offer more than 40 associate degrees and 30 certificates, in various areas of study, from business to health care to science and humanities to help you:
- Transfer to a university within Washington state or schools all over the country
- Increase your earning power with one of our 30+ professional-technical certificate programs
- Earn college credits in a supportive and nurturing environment.
Now is the best time to get started at TCC:
Get to know TCC at a virtual information session
We accept all students who wish to learn. For graduates like you, TCC will offer drop-in times for one-on-one help to complete your admissions application. Please visit the TCC Admissions webpage to get a feel of their admission process, and click Find Help Here to sign up for a virtual information session.
You’ll be successful as a student when you find ways to get involved in this beautiful community.”