Dual Credit Enrollment Process
The dual credit enrollment process is very important in ensuring that students meet qualifications and are enrolled in the dual credit courses of their preference.
Detailed instruction packets for both beginning and returning dual credit students can be downloaded by clicking the links:
Each portion of the dual credit enrollment process is explained in detail in the chart below.
Complete the online application to TCC.
Apply TCC is the system students use to complete their application to TCC. Instructions can be found in the Appendix of the dual credit handbook.
Some students may be required to complete a Residency Questionnaire, depending on how students answer questions to the AppyTCC application. Please be sure to read the original application carefully. Mrs. Cordova will contact you individually if a Residency Questionnaire is required for a student.
Complete the EMS ISD Dual Credit Student Information Online Form.
The form is a way for the campus CCRS to collect needed information for TCC paper work. The online form can be accessed by clicking this link.
Login to your TCC online account (WebAdvisor).
Students will receive an email from DONOTREPLY@TCCD.EDU 2-5 business days after completing the Apply TCC application to TCC. This email contains the student 7 digit TCC Colleague ID Number and TCC WebAdvisor username and email. Login to your WebAdvisor accounts to complete the next steps. Click here for instructions on how to login to your WebAdvisor account for the first time.
View the Pre-Assessment Activity (PAA) to prepare for TSI testing.
After receiving the TCC welcome email, students must login to their TCC WebAdvisor account and view the Pre-Assessment Activity (PAA) video. Students MUST complete this requirement to be eligible for TSI testing. Instructions for logging into WebAdvisor and accessing the PAA can be found in the Appendix of the dual credit handbook.
Complete the TCC #NotAnymore requirement.
Texas S.B. No. 968 requires that students successfully complete the #NotAnymore program before their 1st semester at TCC. New students who fail to complete the #NotAnymore program will be blocked from registration. Not Anymore is an interactive online program designed to help students better understand consent, bystander intervention, sexual assault, dating and domestic violence and stalking. Students must login to their WebAdvisor/MyTCC account to view and take an exam. Instructions for completing this step can be found in the Appendix of this handbook.
Complete the TCC Online Readiness Assessment.
TCC now requires all students to complete the Online Readiness Assessment to speed the registration process. Online Readiness is an online test that can be accessed at: https://bit.ly/34PJetL . Students must use their TCC WebAdvisor login information to access the assessment. Students must successfully pass the Online Readiness Assessment 24 hours prior to course registration at TCC. Students can re-take the assessment as many times as needed, but must wait 24 hours between each attempt. Please call TCC at 817-515-8000 for help or other information concerning Online Readiness.
Complete and return the TCC Student Summary to the campus CCRS by the deadline.
After you have completed Steps 1-6 listed above, log into your TCC WebAdvisor and save the STUDENT SUMMARY to email the campus CCRS, Mrs. Cordova at firstname.lastname@example.org .
Instructions for printing the Student Summary from WebAdvisor can be found in the Appendix section of the dual credit handbook. Students must turn in the STUDENT SUMMARY and complete the online form listed in step 2 to be eligible for dual credit enrollment.
Complete the TSI Assessment and meet the minimum scores for your desired course by the deadline.
Students must meet the TSI requirement to enroll in dual credit courses. See the Appendix of the dual credit handbook for more information concerning the TSI.
Submit the FERPA Form to TCC. (Recommended, but not required.)
The Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) is a federal law that protects the privacy of student education records. FERPA gives parents certain rights with respect to their children's education records. These rights transfer to the student when he or she reaches the age of 18 or attends a school beyond the high school level. Dual Credit students must submit the Waiver of Academic Privacy before the College will release the student's academic record to any third-party, including parents. To submit the Waiver of Academic Privacy to TCC, students must:
1. Download the form from the following address.
2. Complete the form with TCC information and student signature.
3. Email email@example.com a scanned attachment of your completed form via your TCC email account.
Submit Meningitis Vaccination Record & Minor Consent Form
(Only required for courses located on the TCC Campus.)
Meningitis Vaccination Record
1. Records can be uploaded via your WebAdvisor account. Login, click the STUDENT MENU, and search for meningitis vaccination.
2. Records can be submitted to the TCC NW Campus Registrar’s Office in person.
You will not be able to register for a course held on a TCC campus until your vaccination record is submitted.
Minor Consent Form
1. Login to your TCC WebAdvisor Account. From the STUDENT MENU, click the Health Services or Minor Consent Form Link and complete the form online.
Complete TCC online registration through your TCC WebAdvisor account for your desired course. Registration instructions can be found in the Appendix of the dual credit handbook.
Make payment for your course to TCC.
Payment completes registration. Students will be removed from dual credit courses and placed in on-level or AP courses on the home campus if payment is not made by the deadline. Payments are made to TCC once students have completed online registration for classes. Students can pay online through TCC WebAdvisor, or pay in person at the TCC Business Services office. Payment plans can be created if you pay online.
*For Advanced Technical Dual Credit courses that meet on the HCTC campus, no payment is required.
TCC has a grant fund available for eligible students. Eligible students must complete the FAFSA, a TCC Dual Credit Enrollment Grant Application and work with the TCC Financial Aid office to secure payment. Instructions can be found in the Appendix section of this handbook.