Continuing Education


Registrar's Office - Room A115

Winter 2016 and Spring 2017

Registration Dates and Information

Frequently Asked Questions


Am I eligible to register online?  New, readmit or transfer students may not be eligible to register online for the 1st time - How to Register online


Nov  1    Continuing Degree-Seeking Student Registration for Winter 2016 Intersession and
Spring 2017 semester

Nov 15   New student and non-degree-seeking student registration for Winter 2016                         Intersession and Spring 2017 semester

Nov 15   Last day to apply for Sping graduation (May 2017)

Nov 23   College Open - (no classes in session)

Winter 2016 (3 week session)  Academic Calendar

Dec 23    Last day to drop classes in person (Dec. 26 online)

Dec 26    Christmas Day observed - college closed

Dec 26     Last day to drop classes for a full tuition refund-online (Dec 23 in-person)

Dec 27     Classes begin

Jan    2     New Year's Day observed - college closed - classes not in session

Jan  13     Last day to withdraw from classes

Jan  18     Last day of classes

Jan  19     Final grades due

Spring 2017 (standard 15 week session) Academic Calendar

Jan   5 - 19 - Cross-Registration begins - (must be done in person)

Jan  18      Professional Day

Jan  18      Registration deadline

Jan  18      Senior Citizen Registration begins at 1:00pm(62 years of age and over)

Jan  18      Last day to drop classes for full tuition refund

Jan  19      Classes begin - add and drop period begins

Continuing Degree Seeking Student Registration

  • Advising holds are placed on Degree seeking students in their first semester after admission or readmission
  • The hold will be removed after you have met with your advisor (see your advisor early to avoid registration delays)
  • Your assigned advisor  contact information can be found by logging into myCommNet using Banner Self-Service link

New/Transfer/Readmit/Non-Degree Student Registration

  • Students must complete the admissions application process before registering
  • See Admissions application information How to Apply/Enroll?

Cross Registration - January 5 - 19 (must be done in person)


  • Cross-registration provides an opportunity for students enrolled in a community college,
    state university or the University of Connecticut to benefit by taking a course or courses not available where they are registered but offered at another state institution
  • Student must provide proof of enrollment at their primary college
  • Students who have paid the tuition and fees of a full-time student at their home institutions shall be exempt from further charges.
  • A copy of their receipted tuition and fee bill should be accepted by the host institution
  • Tuition Waiver for full-time students from other public CT Colleges

Fax and Drop-Off (after hours) Registration - Registration Form

  • Continuing and Distance Learning Students can also drop off, mail-in or FAX registration forms.
  • Include a transcript showing prerequisites unless they are recorded at TRCC
  • Please allow 24-48 hours for processing time
  • A copy of your registration and payment receipt will be mailed to you
  • It is your responsibility to confirm your registration at

Senior Citizen Registration - starts January 18 at 1:00pm

  • Tuition, college service fee, student activity fee, and the application fee are waived for CT  citzens 62 years of age and over who wish to register for state-supported courses
  • Students requesting the waiver must present verification of date of birth
  • Summer and winter inter-session courses are not included in waiver
  • Special fees, including course lab fees and art studio fees must be paid by the student
  • Senior citizens register at the conclusion of each registration period on a space available basis

Submarine Base Registration - Groton CT  courses scheduled at SUBASE

  • In addition to the TRCC campus in Norwich, there are some class offerings at our Submarine Base located in Groton, CT
  • Since that is a Military Installation, civilians may obtain access to attend these classes as long as they are U. S. citizens
  • Civilian students must register one week in advance of start date in order to secure the access paperwork needed. 
  • See date and location (course section will indicate B1) on course schedules

Tuition, Fees and Refunds - for specific dates see academic calendar 

  • Tuition and fees are due at the time of registrarion - Winter 2016 session
  • Fees only are due at the time of registration for Spring 2017
  • Tuition for the Spring 2017 semester is due January 3
  • Tuition only is refundable before the semester starts