Registration Checklist

Student services will be offered remotely via phone, email, and teleconferencing. This includes services such as Financial Aid, Advising, Admissions, Testing, Veterans Success Center and Business Services.

 

NEW OR FORMER STUDENT

(Must Book an Advising Appointment ONLINE)

  1. Step 1:
    Complete the Enrollment Checklist. To assist in finalizing your application and required documentation please submit all documents online to the following email [email protected]. For any questions regarding your application, please contact the Admissions and Records Office at 956-295-3615.
  2. Step 2:
    Book an appointment with an Academic Advisor online. During your registration session, you will engage in the following topics:

 

CURRENTLY ENROLLED TSC STUDENT

(Ready to Register on TSC Online)

  1. Step 1:
    You may register for courses on your own through TSC ONLINE by logging in with your TSC credentials if you meet the following criteria:

    • Have a Good Academic Standing
    • You are TSI complete in Math, Reading and Writing subjects.
    • You have nine or more credit hours transferred to TSC or completed at TSC.
    • You have no holds or restrictions in your student accounts. To verify if you have holds on your TSC account, please visit TSC Online by logging in with your TSC credentials.

    * If you have any issues registering through TSC Online on your own, please contact the Advising and Testing Office at 956-295-3640 or [email protected] for future assistance.

  2. Step 2:
    After you register, review your payment options and deadlines. For more information regarding payment plans, please contact the Business Services at 956-295-3420 or at [email protected]

 

CURRENTLY ENROLLED TSC STUDENT

(Must Book an Advising Appointment ONLINE)

Currently Enrolled TSC students who are on Academic Probation or dismissal, have less than (9) credit hours, or need college preparatory (developmental education) courses should to follow the steps below in order to register for courses:

  1. Pre-Advising
    Review your degree plan and, based on degree requirements, draft a list of courses you need to register for.
  2. Schedule a meeting with your Advisor
    Bring your pre-advising plan (see step 1) and your student ID card. Once you have booked an appointment with an advisor online, the Advisor will then contact you to set up a registration session through the following options:

    • Email
    • Phone
    • Video Conferencing (Advisor will email you the link)
  3. Clear Holds
    If you have holds on your account that affect your ability to register, they must be cleared before enrolling for classes. Log into TSC Online with your TSC credentials to check if you have any holds on your account.
  4. Review the Academic Calendar
    Review the Academic Calendar. It is essential to review the academic calendar to discuss information such as payment deadlines, add and drop dates, and more with your advisor.
  5. Review Payment and Options and Deadlines
    For more information regarding payments plans, please contact the Business Services at 956-295-3420 or at [email protected].
  1. Have a Plan
    Review your degree plan and based on degree requirements draft a list of courses you need to register for.
  2. Meet with Advisor
    Schedule a meeting with your advisor prior to the start of your registration date.  Bring your pre-advising plan (see step 1) and your student ID card.
  3. Clear Holds
    If you have holds on your account that affect your ability to register, they must be cleared.  Even when it is your time to register, if you still have any holds on your account (affecting registration) you will not be able to register. Login to TSC Online to check if you have any holds on your account.
  4. Check the Schedule
    Know when it is your turn to register.  Check the registration schedule and discuss with your advisor if you are unsure when it is your time to register.Exception
    First time incoming college students, students on Probation and Dismissal, and any students who are not TSI complete or need Developmental Education courses, will not be able to register on their own. (Students must make an appointment with an advisor who will assist the student in registering their classes)
  5. After you register, review your payment options and deadlines

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