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Fall 2017 classes begin August 21, 2017. Select the Fall 2017 Semester Classes link on this page for a complete list of course offerings.
Summer Classes (Click appropriate link below):
Summer 2017 Fast Track Modular College Classes
Summer 2017 Semester Classes
Student Responsibility and the Academic Advisor’s Role
Students are personally responsible for knowing degree requirements, developing course schedules each semester based on requirements, and completing all requirements as defined in the Catalog. Included in this responsibility is developing class schedules based on the semester sequence outlined in individual degree plans. The role of the academic advisor is to offer valuable advice to help students meet degree completion goals.
Planning a Class Schedule
To effectively plan a class schedule, students should consult with their advisor and refer to the resource links provided on this page. Steps include:
- Organizing and planning class schedules using the registration dates and resources provided on this page and degree plans detailed in the Catalog. NOTE: financial aid may be affected when registering for classes that are not included in a degree plan.
- Listing class choices in order of priority. Also, listing alternate classes in the event that class sections are full or course offerings are cancelled.
- Scheduling only classes for which all course requirements are met. Individual course enrollments may be cancelled at any time for students not meeting all course requirements.
Seniors, Juniors, and Graduate students are approved for self-registration. All other classifications of students must schedule meetings with assigned academic advisors to register for classes. The best results deadline for registration is April 21, 2017. After the best results date, courses with insufficient enrollment may be removed from Fall 2017 course offerings.
1. Verify qualification for self-registration based on the Priority Registration section below.
2. Locate assigned academic advisor information in Populi on the Student tab.
3. Utilize the Populi degree audit, in comparison with Catalog degree plans, to determine if degree requirement deficiencies exist and to aid in developing class schedules. Catalog plans are also available on Populi under Files.
4. Review information in the Financial Aid FAQ link on this page and determine if additional steps are necessary.
5. Meet the FACTS payment plan enrollment deadline. Returning students must be enrolled in a FACTS payment plan for Fall 2017 by 4:00 PM on Tuesday, May 2, 2017. Students not in enrolled in a payment plan by this day will be subject to the cancellation of their Fall 2017 enrollment. Unenrolled students seeking reinstatement must enroll in the FACTS payment plan and pay a $100 late enrollment fee.
Registration is only enabled for students approved for self-registration on the first day of Registration.
- Priority registration for Seniors and Graduate student begins at 8:00AM Tuesday, April 4, 2017.
- Priority registration for Juniors begins at 8:00AM on Wednesday, April 5, 2017. Juniors are defined as students who have earned at least 64 credit hours by the beginning of the 2017 spring semester.
General Registration is open to all students beginning at 8:00AM on Friday, April 7, 2017 and ending at 3:00 PM on Friday, April 21, 2017.
Once registered, students may drop or add courses at any time by contacting academic advisors or through the Academic Office in Miller Hall. Students are encouraged to drop/add courses as soon as they are aware that changes need to be made. The Drop/Add period ends at 3:00 PM on Friday, August 25, 2017.
Dropping and Adding Courses
Withdrawing from TBC
Students who complete the registration process are enrolled at Trinity Baptist College. Students subsequently deciding not to attend should officially withdraw before the end of Drop/Add period at 3:00 PM on Friday, August 25, 2017. Students who do not completely withdraw from TBC before the end of the Drop/Add period are assessed tuition and fee charges at a prorated rate. To officially withdraw, a student must submit a withdrawal request in writing, by mail to the Academic Office or by email to email@example.com. Withdrawal notification must include full legal name, address and telephone contact information, student ID number, and the reason(s) for withdrawal.
All returning students, including those participating in financial aid programs and/or VA benefit programs, must either pay their tuition and fees remaining balance in full or set up a FACTS payment plan by 4:00 PM on Tuesday, May 2, 2017. Students not set up with a FACTS payment plan by 4:00PM on May 2, 2017 may be unenrolled from TBC. Unenrolled students seeking reinstatement must enroll in the FACTS payment plan and pay a $100 late enrollment fee.
All new students, including those participating in financial aid programs and/or VA benefit programs, must either pay their tuition and fees remaining balance in full or set up a FACTS payment plan by 4:00 PM on Tuesday, August 8, 2017. Students not set up with a FACTS payment plan by 4:00PM on Tuesday, August 8, 2017 may be unenrolled from TBC. Unenrolled students seeking reinstatement must enroll in the FACTS payment plan and pay a $100 late enrollment fee.