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College Closed July 3 – 5 - John Tyler Community College will be closed July 3 – 5 for the July Fourth Holiday. There will be no classes, and all college offices will be closed. Read more about this announcement.


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Tyler offers degree programs completely online in:

Plus, online career studies certificates in:


QM Program Certification Candidate 2018-2020

John Tyler Community College has been approved for its candidacy status for QM Program Certification and is committed to implement a quality assurance process at the institution level and undergo the Program Review process at the end of the maximum 3-year candidacy period (from 2/1/18 to 1/31/21). The Quality Matters Program Certification process ensures that online programs and courses promote learner engagement and provide students with all the tools and resources they need to be successful learners. More information regarding Quality Matters may be found at

Remember, all program requirements can be completed online, but not all course options will be available online. For example: for science requirements, only BIO 101 (fall) and BIO 102 (spring) will be offered online during the academic year.  Courses are available until filled, so register early.

The full course schedule is available at

More Online Options: Shared Services Distance Learning

Access additional online courses through Tyler’s Shared Services Distance Learning (SSDL) program with Northern Virginia Community College (NVCC).  SSDL students earn John Tyler credit while taking an online course with a NVCC instructor. SSDL courses are often specialized courses, such as Biotechnology, Chinese, Meteorology or Russian. Learn more about Shared Services Distance Learning.

Student Complaint Process

Tyler's Student Grievance Policy and Procedure is described in our catalog. Tyler strives to provide the highest quality educational opportunities available. However, if a conflict does arise, our efforts are meant to resolve your grievances, complaints, and concerns in an expeditious, fair, and amicable manner. Students should follow carefully the steps outlined in our catalog to ensure proper and timely resolution of their complaint.

Complaints must follow the college's customary resolution procedure prior to being referred SCHEV. SCHEV Student Complaint Process .


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