Parent Information
Parent Information

Parent with Student

Welcome to the parents and families of our TTC students!

As a parent or a guardian of a new TTC student who is a dependent under the age of 24, you will be sharing in the changes and challenges that your new college student will be facing.  However, you will have your own set of challenges and adjustments as well. 

TTC provides Essential Information and the TTC Fact Book in addition to the links below to guide you to answers to the many questions you may have. To view TTC Calendars for important dates. Click here -> TTC Calendar Information
If you need additional information, please contact us.

FIRST THINGS FIRST

Testing Services

New students planning to enroll in a program of study at TTC must submit SAT or ACT scores or take the Compass Placement Test. 

The  test scores are used to determine new student's placement level in college coursework, including English, Math and Reading. 

Payment Information

Trident Technical College does not mail bills.

Students are expected check the balance due in their my.tridenttech.edu account at https://my.tridenttech.edu

To remain enrolled in classes, students are required to pay any balance shown on the Balance Due screen under My Account and Payment Information in my.tridenttech.edu by the payment deadline for the period in which they register for classes.



Counseling and Disability Services

Professional counselors are available at TTC Campuses to assist students with career development as well as building skills for academic success.

If your college-bound student is uncertain about his career goals, explore the services of the Career Center to identify potential career paths. Counseling also offers special workshops and personal development seminars.

Any students with a documented disability are encouraged to seek assistance through counselors in Services for Students with Disabilities

Student Activities at TTC

Involvement in Student Activities programs compliments the academic program and enhances the college experience.

Opportunities for personal and professional growth include:
Student Organizations, Student Cabinet, Student Publications, and Student Activities programs.

 

Online Resources

The Student Portal, my.tridenttech.edu, provides non-instructional student email (including communications from admissions, financial aid, or the registrar). Your new college student should review my.tridenttech.edu student email at least once a week in order to be informed about events and deadlines or any changes in enrollment status.
This is the primary method of communication by the college to notify students of important non-instructional information. It is to be used by students to communicate with the college to insure the security of their records.

The student portal also provides access to TTC Express and Desire2Learn (D2L). 

  • TTC Express provides access to your stuent records andis used toregister for classes, chec financial aid status, check grades and more. 
  • Desire2Learn (D2L) is TTC's learning management system which provides all instructional communications, content, assignments, and grades.

 

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