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TCC to offer Weekend College

TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (June 28, 2016) – Tallahassee Community College will offer a Weekend College program for the first time this fall. The Fall term at TCC begins on August 22, and Weekend College classes begin on Saturday, August 27.


Through Weekend College, students can attend classes at TCC for up to 9 credit hours each Saturday. Options include 16-week face-to-face classes and accelerated 7-week classes that combine face-to-face and online instruction.


Offerings include high-demand courses needed by degree-seeking students, as well as courses for students with developmental needs. Students can mix Saturday classes with weekday, Friday-only, online or evening classes to create a flexible schedule that accommodates their work and family responsibilities.


The College also plans to make it possible for students to complete an Associate in Arts degree for university transfer or an Associate in Science degree in business management by attending classes solely on the weekend.


“We created this new option to provide increased access and flexibility for those who want to get their college education,” said Feleccia Moore-Davis, TCC provost. “We are committed to providing seamless paths for students to meet their career objectives.”


Students may enroll for fall courses, including Weekend College courses, at


For information, contact the Office of Academic Affairs at (850) 201-6063 or
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