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Re-Employing Virginians Special Enrollment Day

Tidewater Community College is holding a special enrollment day to help those unemployed or underemployed due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

For community members who have lost jobs, or seen a reduction in hours, TCC is here to help.

Students and prospective students are invited to attend an online session:

  • Saturday December 5, 10 a.m. – 2 p.m.
  • Register for the virtual session here.

Gov. Ralph Northam’s Re-Employing Virginians (REV) initiative will allocate $27 million in federal relief funds to Virginia’s Community Colleges.

TCC’s allotment will provide tuition-only scholarships of $3,000 for full-time and $1,500 for part-time students who meet basic eligibility requirements. 

The eligible programs of study are in health care, information technology, skilled trades, public safety and early childhood education.

This information session will be closed captioned. Accommodation requests related to a disability should be made prior to the date of the session. Requests should be sent to Beth Callahan at

This event is open to the public.

For more information call TCC’s enrollment team at 757-822-1111 or email

TCC to host virtual info session for homeschoolers and parents of high schoolers

Homeschool families and parents of high school students in search of educational options this fall are invited to take part in a special virtual information session hosted by Tidewater Community College and Homeschooling in Hampton Roads.

The session will be held via Zoom on Thursday, Aug. 6, from 2 to 3:30 p.m. RSVP here to receive the Zoom link.

The session is geared to students in grades nine to 12 who are interested in dual-enrollment opportunities at TCC. With dual-enrollment, students earn transferrable college credits before they graduate from high school, often while fulfilling high school graduation requirements.

To qualify for TCC’s high school dual enrollment program, a student must be classified as a junior or senior and meet college readiness standards. Freshmen and sophomores may be admitted with additional approvals.

Read about a homeschool success story.

For information, contact Katina Barnes at

Learn about TCC in a Virtual Information Session

Don’t let COVID-19 sidetrack your college plans. Explore TCC through our upcoming Virtual Information and Zoom sessions. Learn about the college’s transfer degrees and hands-on programs in respiratory therapy, welding, mechatronics, nursing, computer-aided design and more.

Sessions, held every week all summer, include:

  • Military Monday – Military-related students can find support in these sessions conducted by TCC’s Center for Military and Veterans Education.
  • General Information – Gain an overview of TCC’s academic offerings, including the Accelerated Degree program and dual enrollment options.
  • Financial Aid Friday – Learn about paying for college.
  • Pathway Sessions –Dive into TCC’s academic career pathways with program-specific break-out sessions. These range from Arts and Humanities to Nursing to Manufacturing and Transportation.
  • Canvas for Students – Current students can learn how to optimize their use of Canvas.

RSVP for a Virtual Information Session.

Fall classes begin Aug. 24.

Email, call 757-822-1111 or visit our Help Center for answers to frequently asked questions.

Explore TCC during the college’s first-ever virtual information sessions

Reach your academic and career goals during these uncertain times by participating in Tidewater Community College’s first-ever virtual information sessions on May 26 and 28.

Hear presentations from TCC representatives about academics, technical training, student services and campus resources from the comfort of your home. Learn how you can get started with affordable, flexible and convenient courses.

Virtual information sessions will be held:

These sessions are for all prospective students and their families and will feature special breakout sessions on college transfer, military support, paying for college and career training. Experts will answer your questions, and students will share their experiences.

Whether you plan to take a full load or just one class, TCC offers a range of options to prepare you for the next step.

Visit our ChesapeakeNorfolkPortsmouth and Virginia Beach campuses virtually through our online videos and learn more about campus-specific services.

Need help? Email, call 757-822-1111 or visit our Help Center for answers to frequently asked questions.