TCC will resume normal operations Saturday, Jan. 23
Posted Friday, Jan. 22, 10:20 p.m.
TCC's regular schedule of classes and activities will resume Saturday.
Rain is expected to continue. Please exercise caution when traveling to campus.
TCC is closed for the remainder of today (Friday, Jan. 22)
Posted Friday, Jan. 22, 1:07 p.m.
Due to inclement weather and potentially hazardous road conditions later this afternoon, the college is closed for the remainder of the day.
All on-campus classes and activities are canceled. Online classes will be held as scheduled.
The college is monitoring the weather. Any changes in Saturday’s operating schedule will be announced.
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Closings & Emergencies FAQs
Who decides that TCC will close and when a decision will be made?
The college’s administration determines whether and when the college will be closed or delayed.
Will TCC have make-up dates for the missed classes?
Generally, faculty members establish guidelines on their syllabi for the cancellation of classes and how work will be made up. Please check with your instructor to determine their plans for missed classes.
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