Admissions and Registration Checklist

Now that you have been accepted, review the checklist below to complete your application process and register for classes.
It is highly recommended that students register as early as possible for the greatest selection of courses.

Notes to Non-Degree Students

  1. If you are a non-degree, part-time student, you are not required to submit proof of High School Completion and immunization records.
  2. As a non-degree student, you are not eligible for financial aid.  To enroll in a degree program, click here for a Change of Program form.

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State law requires that prior to registration for classes, students enrolled in a degree or certificate program or those who attend full-time must provide proof to the college that they have been appropriately immunized against measles, mumps, rubella and varicella (chicken pox).

Immunization documents are required prior to New Student Registration appointment is scheduled.

Immunization Policy and Form


High School Completion

Students applying to the College must provide proof that they have completed an appropriately accredited high school or GED program.

If you are graduating prior to the start of the fall 2019 semester you may register for fall courses prior to your graduation. Upon graduation you must provide a copy of your high school diploma or transcripts that note the graduation date.

If you already have a college degree (Associates or Bachelors), a copy of your college diploma or transcripts noting your graduation date may be used in lieu of proof of high school completion.

If you do not have a high school degree, please contact the Admissions Office at 860.773.1490 to discuss your enrollment options.

Your college student portal ( & CT Community College (CCC) student email account are important and should be accessed regularly.

They will be used as the College’s primary method of communication with you, including for financial aid purposes.

It may take up to “24 hours” for this email account to be active and accessible.

Login Instructions for and student email

The College’s placement test is required of all incoming students. In some circumstances students may qualify for a waiver. Your placement test score will be used in your advising process to select your starting course levels. The Academic Support Center website has a variety of resources to help students prepare for this test.

Click here to schedule your placement test or obtain more information about placement testing, test preparations resources or to review the waiver requirements.

To be eligible for financial aid you must apply using the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). Tunxis encourages all students to apply for aid.
You are encouraged to apply as soon as possible to ensure that your file can be reviewed in a timely manner.  This process may take up to 8-10 weeks to complete.
Click here to find out more about financial aid and the application process.

We are here to help you complete the FAFSA. If you would like to attend a financial aid filing help session for new students, please , select a date and time below and complete and submit the information form.

New Student Registration for Spring 2020

To sign up for a New Student Registration Session, select appointment from this calendar and complete the sign-up process.


If you are using financial aid to pay for your courses contact the Financial Aid Office at (860) 773-1422 for an update on your aid status. For information on financial aid, click here.

You may also contact the Business Office at (860) 773-1320 regarding payment plans. For information about tuition, fees and payment plans, please click here.

After you’ve read these steps carefully and clicked on the links for more information, if you have questions please call us at 860-773-1490 or email us at We will be happy to assist you.