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Welcome to John Tyler Community College’s online admissions application process. Below are some tips and reminders about the application process: Keying Information:...
To view any of these publications, click the thumbnail. Publications for Students For the latest schedule of classes, visit www.jtcc.edu/schedule. 2016-2017...
To receive financial aid and to graduate from John Tyler Community College (JTCC), you must declare a major. How to declare a major: ...
John Tyler Community College is Not What You Expect We are a place where you can travel the world, connect to an internship at a...
The US Department of Education requires colleges to disclose a variety of information for any financial aid eligible program that "prepares students for gainful employment...
College offices have extended hours to help students sign up for classes.
Students may sign up for Spring 2017 classes online, using the Student Information System in myTyler.
The community is invited to take part in Fool for Art on April 16.
Due to the college’s recent weather closings, Tyler is extending some academic and financial aid deadlines.
Just getting started at Tyler? Watch our 60-second video for a quick overview of the application process.
Support specialists are now available 24 hours a day, seven days a week to answer your financial aid and student account questions.
The festival will take place April 18 at the Midlothian Campus. Admission is free.
The festival will feature more than 100 free classes and hands-on activities, more than 80 art and craft vendors, food, music and more.
Students share their personal stories about why they chose JTCC and what their education means for their futures.
The Z-Degree Pilot Program will begin in the Fall 2017 semester.
Students who have signed up for classes have until July 22 to make their payments.
More than $300,000 was awarded to 178 students for the 2015-16 academic year.
On January 28 and February 5, students visited with lawmakers who represent portions of JTCC's service region.
Program provides career planning assistance, academic and employment resources, and financial support to dislocated workers.
It’s a startling statistic: 94 percent of foster youth will not graduate from college. But, odds like that can also be powerful motivation....