Registration for spring classes begins November 9. We’re here to help you get started.
New to Tyler? Visit our admissions page for a step-by-step guide to becoming a Tyler student.
You can search for your class options in our online schedule, and once you’re ready to make your choices, log in to myTyler. We recommend writing down your preferred class numbers from the schedule so you can search for them directly in the Student Information System.
In order to be able to register online, you’ll need to make sure your myTyler account is set up; we’ve created a video tutorial if you need assistance. For help with resetting your password, contact our Help Desk.
If it’s your first time registering, we have created a video tutorial to walk you through the process of using our Student Information System in myTyler.
Once you have registered, you will need to pay for your classes. You do not have to pay immediately when registering, but it is important to note that if you do not pay for your classes by the listed payment deadlines, you may be dropped from your classes. Tyler does not send tuition bills or reminders of payments due.
Tyler offers several payment options:
If you are applying for financial aid, complete a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) using Tyler’s FAFSA code: 004004. Applying early can help you qualify for the maximum amount of aid.
For 24/7 assistance with financial aid related questions or your application, visit mysupport.jtcc.edu or call 855-874-6684.
To pay in-person by cash, check or credit card, visit the Cashier’s Office on either campus.
We’ve adapted to serve you better during the COVID-19 pandemic. We offer remote assistance you can access from home and on-campus support in many areas including:
Whenever possible, on-campus services are made available to those who are unable to access services remotely.
Tyler is here to help you succeed. We have free tutoring, open computer labs you can use for your online classes, technology loans in the library, and our tech tools page, which helps you understand common online tools like Canvas and Zoom. There’s even a way to test-drive an online class to see if online learning is a good fit for you!