How do I register for classes at Trident Technical College?
Registration can be done in-person or online. Online registration: Available through TTC Express in the my.tridenttech.edu portal. New students are not eligible to register online.
How do I withdraw from Trident Tech?
To withdraw from a course, the student must complete and submit a Course Withdrawal form to the Registrar’s office by the official last date to withdraw or complete a withdrawal request using TTC Express in the student portal.
Does fafsa cover transient students?
No. Only federal and state financial aid may be available for transient coursework. BW Grants, scholarships, and other instuonal aid are not available towards transient coursework.
Do transient classes affect your GPA?
Courses you transfer in from another school will affect your overall GPA, but not your UA GPA. Whether they affect your major GPA depends on whether your department accepts transfer credit toward major requirements. Students sometimes take classes elsewhere to boost their overall GPAs, which is OK.
What is a transient letter?
Transient/permission letter signed by the registrar or academic dean at your enrolled institution recommending you as a transient student. The letter must indicate the the specific term you plan to attend Perimeter College. The letter may also include a list of courses to be taken at Perimeter College.
How do I become a Valencia transient student?
Transient Student from Valencia:
- have an active student record.
- be a degree-seeking credit student who has completed at least one credit at Valencia.
- have met the requested course prerequisite.
- be eligible to register at Valencia (not on academic suspension)
- have no holds.
What GPA do you need for Valencia?
How many classes are in an AA degree?
How Many Credits are in an Associate’s Degree? Generally, an associate’s level program is 60 semester credits of study (or 90 quarter credits). This equals about twenty college courses. Most are awarded by private career colleges or by public community colleges.