Offices and Divisions
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Admissions and Records
Answers questions and provides assistance with applying to Tyler, residency requirements, enrolling in classes, transcripts, graduation documentation and other tasks related to records at the college.
Academic Resource Center
Offers free tutoring to students.
Provides academic advising and assistance with declaring a major.
Find and purchase or rent the textbooks required for your classes, plus supplies and Tyler gear.
Provides career support to students and alumni, including job searches, networking, resumes and interview skills.
Pay your tuition and fees and learn more about the tuition payment plan.
Center for Teaching and Learning
Offers faculty and student assistance with Canvas and other online learning tools.
Creative Services and Public Relations
The college’s award-winning, in-house integrated communications team.
Community College Workforce Alliance
Offers workforce development and training, including FastForward, non-credit training, customized instruction, consulting, skills assessments and educational programs.
Dean of Students Office
Coordinates activities of the Care Team and Disability Support Services. Handles Title IX and the Threat Assessment Team.
Disability Support Services
Assists students with disabilities as they pursue their education.
Division of Arts, Humanities, Mathematics and Social Sciences
Oversees academic departments related to English, humanities, mathematics, social sciences and visual/performing arts, as well as international education.
Division of Business, Engineering and Technology
Covers academic areas of business, accounting, engineering, industrial technology, information technology, manufacturing, skilled trades and public services.
Division of Science, Health and Human Services
Covers the academic areas of natural and health sciences, including nursing.
Dual and Concurrent Enrollment
Coordinates Tyler’s offerings to local high schools and their students.
Handles general operations and maintenance, mail, custodial services and landscaping at the college.
Answers questions and provides assistance with the FAFSA, grants, loans and work study positions.
Provides technical support and digitally connects students to campus services.
Provides assistance with applying to work at Tyler, employee compensation and employee benefits.
Information Technology Services Center (ITSC)
The Information Technology Services Center (ITSC) provides tools for teaching and learning, administration and finance, human resources, as well as research and communication.
Administers a comprehensive program of assessment for the college, including reporting, accrediting activities, research and planning.
John Tyler Community College Foundation
Raises funds to support the college and administers John Tyler Community College Foundation scholarships.
Provides current and effective access to quality library services, collections, and information in a variety of formats both on campus and online. Staff members also assist with technology loans.
Military and Veterans Education Office
Provides information, applications and certifications for VA educational benefits to veterans, reservists and eligible dependents.
Office of the President
Provides executive oversight, leadership and direction for the college.
Office of the Vice President of Administration
Manages financial aid, the financial services office, facilities, security, human resources, and information technology.
Office of the Vice President of Learning and Student Success
Oversees academic programs and student services.
Old Dominion University Distance Learning
Offers ODU undergraduate and graduate courses at Tyler's Chester Campus.
Career and Education Consortium (CEC)
CEC coordinates ongoing collaboration between Tyler, public school divisions, employers, universities, state and local government, and the community-at-large to offer high-quality academic programs and career preparation for all students in the region.
Secures the campus 24 hours a day, in addition to helping with basic first aid, student parking decal pick up, parking questions, lost and found items, locked vehicles, dead car batteries, and escort assistance.
Coordinates student groups, plans a number of social and cultural events on campus, and issues student IDs that can be used for discounts in the area.
Administers online and on-campus testing.