TUNXIS IS OPERATING UNDER SPECIAL CONDITIONS DUE TO COVID-19.
COLLEGE BUILDINGS ARE TEMPORARILY CLOSED AND CLASSES ARE CURRENTLY ONLINE.
TUNXIS FACULTY AND STAFF ARE AVAILABLE TO ANSWER QUESTIONS, TAKE REGISTRATIONS AND ASSIST REMOTELY.
FULL INFORMATION HERE.

Please Email Documents

To expedite processing, please email your information or questions to tx-admissions@tunxis.edu. At this time of College closing, please do not send documents by postal mail to the Admissions Office.

The deadline for PACT is 7/15.

Summer classes will be offered only in an online format until at least Aug. 1.
There will be very limited on-campus exceptions for students in immediately critical non-credit and credit workforce programs such as advanced manufacturing, electro-mechanical maintenance technology and non-credit healthcare careers programs. Hands-on components of summer lab classes will be scheduled after the online lecture portion of the classes run, either after Aug. 1, or in condensed sessions at the start of fall semester. This is subject to change and dependent upon the status of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Tunxis faculty and staff have updated our fall ’20 course offerings to reflect the safest and most effective way to deliver our quality educational opportunities. The different delivery methods currently noted on our course schedule include:

  1. TRAD (Traditional): These courses will be delivered on campus at a specific time, place, and location. The use of Blackboard will occur from the start of the course in case a campus shutdown has to occur.
  2. ONLN (Online): All instruction and assessment is delivered asynchronously through Blackboard—often in conjunction with publisher-based content. These courses include discussion boards, assignments, projects, assessments, etc. However, courses designated as “Online with Classroom Component” (OLCR) may require an on-ground orientation and/or proctored assessments, although all instruction must be online/asynchronous.
  3. LRON (Live/Remote Online Courses): Live sessions are held (synchronous) at specified times using Teams/ Webex and involve the use of Blackboard.
  4. Hybrid: This type of course delivery includes onsite and online instruction (combination of 1 and 2 or 1 and 3 above) with a focus on scheduling class sessions on campus. .

Please be assured that we have everyone’s safety first and foremost in our minds. As this pandemic subsides, we will begin to have more individuals and activities on our campus.

Apply to Tunxis in 5 Easy Steps

Apply

New and transfer students interested in enrolling at Tunxis Community College must complete and submit an application. Students who have attended another Connecticut Community College must also submit an application and related documents to Tunxis Community College.

International Applicants

Before applying, please review International Students Admission Requirements:
https://www.tunxis.edu/admissions/international-students/

Required Documents

Email required documents to the Tunxis Admissions Office at:  tx-admissions@tunxis.edu

*Do not email any personally identifiable information like Social Security Number.

No Fee

Tunxis no longer charges an application fee (as of May 2019).

International Students

International students seeking a student visa (F-1) read this.

 

A. Provide proof of high school completion by email, fax, or mail (see detail below). Submit proof of high school completion by submitting a copy of your high school diploma, transcripts that include your graduation date, or your GED certificate. Students who have a college or university degree may submit proof of their degree completion in lieu of a high school diploma. NOTE: Students currently in high school can submit the application prior to graduation but must submit proof of graduation prior to registering for classes.

B. Provide the completed immunization form and other immunization records by email, fax, or mail (see detail below). Connecticut state law requires that students enrolled in a degree or certificate program, or those who are enrolling full-time must submit proof of immunization against measles, mumps, rubella and varicella (chicken pox); two doses of each immunization are required. This documentation must be on file with the College prior to registering for classes; you will not be able to register for classes until these documents are submitted. Exemptions to this requirement are detailed on our Immunization Form.

 

Email:  tx-admissions@txcc.commnet.edu
Fax:  860.606.9501
*Do not fax or email any personally identifiable information like Social Security Number.

Mailing Address:
Tunxis Community College – Admissions
271 Scott Swamp Rd.
Farmington, CT  06032

Math and English course placements are determined through different measures including: SAT scores, high school GPA and grades, and college transcripts.  In addition, for Mathematics placement, you will be receiving an email to your Tunxis email from Stemify. You will be asked to create a free account within 14 days and to take a diagnostic exam to assist in better placing you. Your placement will be used in your advising process to select your starting course levels.

While it is optional, students are encouraged to apply for financial aid. To be eligible for financial aid you must enroll, either full-time or part-time, in a degree program or approved certificate. If you are interested in applying for financial aid, you should complete the online Free Application for Tunxis Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) available at www.fafsa.ed.govThe school code for Tunxis Community College is 009764. Visit the Financial Aid web page for additional information.

As a new or transfer student, you will be contacted by the Admissions Office regarding course enrollment opportunities. Readmitting students (those away two or more years), can call the Academic Advising Center at 860.773.1510, to schedule an advising appointment. Readmitting students should have their application on file prior to scheduling an advising appointment. Transfer students should bring an unofficial transcript to the registration session.

Summer/Winter Registration Guide

Currently enrolled TCC students can go straight to the registration page or enroll through my.commnet.edu, as long as you have taken any prerequisites needed at Tunxis.

If you are taking summer/winter credit courses with a goal of transferring them to another college, here are the steps you should take:

  • Prior to registering for the course, you will want to confirm with the receiving college that your Tunxis courses will be accepted toward your studies.
  • Complete an application (if you haven’t taken courses at TCC in the past two years) – Those students who are transferring TCC courses to their home college should apply as non-degree students.
  • Search for courses
  • Registration form
  • Proof of prerequisites that may be needed to take the TCC course. (unofficial transcript is sufficient)
  • Payment

Here are the ways to submit your paperwork.

  • Mail completed forms, unofficial transcripts and full payment to
    Records Office (Registrar), Summer/Winter Registration
    271 Scott Swamp Road
    Farmington, CT 06032
  • Email materials to tx-records@tunxis.edu.
  • Fax completed registration form and credit card payment to the Records Office/Registrar at 860.606.9766.
  • Apply Online
  • In-person (Records Office hours are Mon-Thur 8:30a-5p, Fri 8:30a-4p)
    Please call or email the office to inquire about adjusted hours during the summer.

Summer registrations will be processed beginning on April 1, winter registrations on November 1, however you are welcome to mail or email your registration prior to this date.

After you complete the course and final grades are entered, you can log into your Tunxis student portal (my.commnet.edu) to request to have your official transcript sent.  Tunxis now uses etranscripts.

 

High School Seniors

We encourage you to work with your guidance counselor during the application process as they like to keep track of where their students intend to continue their education. Apply online (see above). Upon graduation, you are required to provide a copy of your diploma or a completed transcript that shows your graduation date.

Transfer Students

Students applying to Tunxis Community College after having attended another college or university should apply to Tunxis as outlined above, and complete the Transfer Credit Evaluation Request Process.

Not A High School Graduate? Home Schooled?

If you do not have a high school diploma, you may still attend Tunxis Community College, but only as a part-time, non-degree seeking student. Those who are not high school graduates should apply as outlined above and additionally, must complete placement testing as a part of the application process. Applicants who do not hold a high school diploma or GED are not eligible for federal or state-sponsored financial aid programs. Home-schooled students must schedule an appointment with a representative of the Admissions Office to discuss their intended plan of study. Please call 860.773.1490 to schedule an appointment.

Tuition & Fees

Current tuition and fee schedules.


For more information, contact the Admissions Office at 860.773.1490 or via email tx-admissions@tunxis.edu.

National Council fro State Authorization Reciprocity Agreements - Approved Institution
SARA ensures reciprocity between Tunxis and students who may be physically located outside of Connecticut.