The Academic Calendar will assist students with tentative scheduling at TMCC.
The Turtle Mountain Community College American Indian Science & Engineering Society page is here to keep you updated on AISES events and news.
The tentative class lineup for Fall 2019 classes can be found on this document.
The tentative class lineup for Spring 2020 classes can be found here.
Click on this link for a tentative listing of the advisor that corresponds with the first letter of your last name.
A student who maintains at the standards of satisfactory academic progress at the conclusion of any academic term is considered to be making satisfactory academic progress at Turtle Mountain Community College.
The Turtle Mountain Community College Bookstore handles all the educational needs of the Turtle Mountain Community College.
The Financial Aid Office offers financial support through the informational and processing services it performs to help student apply for educational funding and receive dollars through a variety of sources.
Candidates for graduation will be required to meet the requirements set forth by TMCC.
The following documents are resources for Online Registration.
Notice of Availability of Institutional and Financial Aid Information
Any information made available to prospective and enrolled students regarding how and where to contact individuals designated to assist enrolled or prospective students in obtaining the institutional or financial aid information can be found on the school website. The school will provide a paper copy upon request any information provided in electronic format.
Online Student Resources
The following documents are resources for Online Student Resources.
The Turtle Mountain Community College Library serves as both an academic and public library. Our collection of materials supports the needs of the students, professional development of teachers and staff, and the community.
The Turtle Mountain Community College has adopted this policy in an effort to inform faculty, staff and students of the adverse effects of drug and alcohol abuse, standards of conduct, disciplinary and legal sanctions related to such use or abuse and to advise those concerned of available counseling and rehabilitation services.
The Student Support Services Program is sponsored by the Department of Education and is a part of the TRIO program. Student Support Services assists students who are low income, physically impaired, a first generation college student.
This handbook will assist in providing students with information needed to successfully achieve their goals here at Turtle Mountain Community College.
This college catalogue provides all the information you need to successfully enroll in your college classes.
This guide provides students with a wide variety of information regarding TMCC.
Offering students and graduates assistance to secure a job offer after graduation!
Resume-writing; Interview Skills / Mock-Interviewing; Job Search / Application process; Job Relocation information, etc. Stop in, email or call for an appointment today…!
This printable form can either be mailed to or dropped off at TMCC along with a $2.00 transcript fee.
A student may enroll in a program of study at Turtle Mountain Community College that will qualify him/her for junior standing in Turtle Mountain Community College Elementary Education Program or at most four-year colleges and universities.