Extended Hours: Weeks of August 14 and August 21 - To help students prepare for the start of the fall semester, JTCC’s Admissions and Records Office, Advising Center, Business Office, and Financial Aid Office at both campuses will have extended hours the weeks of August 14 and August 21. During those weeks, the offices will be open 8:00 a.m. – 7:00 p.m. Monday – Thursday and will be open 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. on Friday. More.

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Get Started at Tyler

Admissions steps vary for different types of students. Check out specific information for: Degree-seeking students High school students who want to take college-level courses International...

Tuition Payment Plan

John Tyler Community College is pleased to provide the Tuition Management Systems (TMS) payment plan to help meet students’ educational expenses. The plan is...

Great Expectations

Great Expectations at JTCC Students who grow up in the foster care system may face unique challenges that can make it extremely difficult to attend...

Refunds

Students may drop their classes and receive tuition refunds through the first 15 percent of the class session. To drop a class, use myTyler or...

Loan Code of Conduct

John Tyler Community College does not participate in any revenue-sharing arrangements with any private lender. John Tyler Community College does not permit any financial aid...

Transfer Grants

Virginia Two-Year Transfer Grant Tyler graduates can receive up to $3,000 annually through the Virginia Two-Year College Transfer Grant. Eligible students must: Have earned an associate...

English as a Second Language (ESL)

If you are a non-U.S. citizen and/or English is not your native language, John Tyler Community College offers additional support to you.  ...

Drug-related Convictions and Student Ineligibility

According to federal guidelines, a student could lose their eligibility for federal aid if they were convicted of a drug-related offense while they were receiving...

New Student Seeking a Degree or Certificate

Below are the steps new students who are interested in earning a degree or certificate need to take to get started at John Tyler. Please...

What to Know as a New Student

Your browser does not support iframes.   If you can, attend orientation.   Check your college e-mail. Good stuff comes in your student e-mail, including: ...

Student Information System

The Student Information System (SIS) allows students to complete tasks such as registering for classes, paying tuition/fees, accessing personal information, viewing financial aid, viewing...

Private Scholarships

Many organizations, including the John Tyler Community College Foundation, offer scholarships each year to students who deserve recognition for their academic achievement, service, and talent. ...

Transfer Student Seeking a Degree or Certificate

Below are the steps transfer students who are interested in earning a degree or certificate need to take to get started at John Tyler. Familiarize...

UpGrade Program

UpGrade your high school experience! UpGrade students now have several options for earning college credit while in high school. They may take dual enrollment courses...

Pay for Tyler

At John Tyler, we pride ourselves on offering first-rate college experiences with affordable tuition and fees.  But, if you need assistance with paying for...

Tuition Payment Deadlines

Whether you register in-person or online, John Tyler Community College does not generate bills for tuition and fees. It is your responsibility to pay your...

Open House

Upcoming Events Chester October 19 – Modern Makers Open House November 16 – FAFSA Completion Night/Open House February 6 – FAFSA Completion Night/Open House Midlothian October 24 ...

Returning Student – Veteran, Active Duty or Family Member

Each term the MVEO must be informed your are enrolled in classes and you want to use your VA Educational Benefit(s). Meet with your...

Interpersonal Violence

Is this abuse? Dating abuse is a pattern of destructive behaviors used to exert power and control over a dating partner. While we define dating...

Services

From advisors who can get you placed in a major to financial aid staff to help you figure out how to pay for your education,...

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