Jan 13 is Last Chance for One-Stop Registration at Three Rivers Community College

Norwich, CT – From registration to financial aid, testing to scheduling classes, a final Super Saturday offers new and current students a last chance for one-stop enrollment for the spring semester on January 13 from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. at Three Rivers Community College in the A Wing.
“We want give students one more opportunity to take advantage of this popular way to register or enroll. Super Saturday makes this as easy as possible,” says Steve Finton, Dean of Student Services. “Students can get guidance in enrolling and registering, and finish it in one day!” And, once students are registered, they can enter to win a Bookstore gift card.
Three Rivers Community College staff members from Admissions, Academic Advising, the Registrar’s Office, Financial Aid, the Cashier’s Office, and others, will all be available to assist students through the application and registration processes as well as with class schedules, course selection, financial aid applications, testing, payment and other matters.
New students can enroll (bring proof of high school completion and immunization information) and get assistance with financial aid. Those who have not yet earned college credit in Math and English can take the required basic skills placement test on Super Saturday by reserving a seat at www.timecenter.com/trcc or by calling 860-215-9016. The last appointment for the basic skills assessment test is 12:00 noon.
The Bookstore will also be open for purchasing books, art and class supplies, and TRCC clothing. Any registered student who comes to campus on Super Saturday is invited to enter to win a Bookstore gift card. Classes begin on Wednesday, January 17.
Those with questions should call 860-215-9016.  For complete course offerings, visit threerivers.edu/course.

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Three Rivers Community College meets the diverse needs of the area by creating an environment that stimulates learning while providing comprehensive, accessible, affordable and innovative educational opportunities. It was formed in 1992 as a result of a mandate enacted by the Connecticut General Assembly that merged community and technical colleges in five geographic areas around Connecticut.  In addition to the main campus in Norwich, the College also has an off-campus instructional center located at the Naval Submarine Base in Groton. To see the full scope of what Three Rivers has to offer, visit www.threerivers.edu.