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Thomas Nelson Community College
Hampton, United States- Virginia


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So, what do you want to do with your life? A hard question to answer, but we can help
Youíve just graduated from high school and know exactly what you want to do. Maybe you're 25 and undecided about your future. Or itís been more years than you care to remember since youíve been in a classroom and now you need an extra edge to get ahead in your career. Donít worry, TNCC can help pave your road to success.

Programs and Certificates

We have more than 40 fields of study at TNCC.

The associate degrees and certificates at TNCC are designed to prepare you for the world of work or further study. Not only will you learn technical or business skills, youíll also learn teamwork, decision-making and other interpersonal skills that employers are seeking in todayís workplace. Discover more...

Transferable Courses

Credits youíve earned at other colleges could easily be applied to your degree or certificate at TNCC, and we grant credit for certain examinations and military training experience. Additionally, the credits you earn at TNCC can be transferred to many four-year state and private colleges in Virginia and elsewhere. Ask your counselor for further information and advice to make the transition as smooth as possible. Discover all the courses TNCC offers...

Whether you are a recent high school graduate, college student, or college graduate seeking new job skills, Workforce Development has options for you. You can prepare for a new job, build skills for a home-based business, or earn an industry certification to qualify you for a promotion. Call (757) 825-2937 to choose from more than 300 classes, such as:

* A+, Network+ and Microsoft IT certifications
* Emergency Medical Technician
* Heating, Ventilation and Air-Conditioning Technician
* Microsoft Office Specialist
* Pharmacy Technician

Did you know you could find the right career or connect with a full or part-time job? TNCCís Comprehensive Career Resources Center is located at the Peninsula Workforce Development Center, 600 Butler Farm Road. For more information, call (757) 865-5874.

Quality of Instruction

Faculty members at TNCC have been recruited from all over the nation and represent experienced professionals from a wide variety of fields. They are here because they love to teach and are committed to creating an environment that fosters critical thinking and learning. They take pride in helping our students meet high standards in the classroom. Since classes are generally smaller than at a typical four-year college, youíre never just a number. If you plan to transfer to a four-year college, it makes sense to complete your core courses with high quality instruction at a reasonable cost.

Student Body

The students at TNCC represent amazing diversity. Students are not only multi-cultural, but also multi-generational. Many of our students have already been part of the workforce or have attended college elsewhere. Their opinions and understanding of real life circumstances only add to the learning experience at TNCC. We know that the lifestyles and goals of students vary considerably and we strive to help tailor education to meet student needs.

Student Life

Thereís plenty to do at TNCC when youíre not studying or going to class. The opportunities to get involved in student life at TNCC may surprise you. There are a number of student clubs and extra curricular activities in which to participate. Just to name a few:

* Special Interest Clubs (for example, Photo Club, Math Club or Future Nurses Club)
* Organizations (like our Student Ambassadors Program and Students in Free Enterprise)
* Student Newspaper (Nelsonite)
* Student Government Association
* Drama Club (TNCC Players)
* Honor Society (Phi Theta Kappa)

Sure, TNCC is a non-residential college, but there is still a lot going on at our campuses. The Student Activities Office and the Student Government Association sponsor cultural presentations, musical entertainment, picnics and other events. The Dr. Mary T. Christian Auditorium brings in a variety of professional music, dance and theater talent throughout the year. There are also a Wellness Center and volleyball, tennis and basketball courts on campus where you can meet friends or just work out.

Financial Aid

The mission of the Financial Aid office is to provide accurate information and efficient access to financial aid, scholarships and veteran's benefits for which students qualify in order to help pay reasonable costs in compliance with regulatory requirements. Additionally the mission includes required reporting to institutional, state and federal agencies and participation in appropriate professional associations.

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