Admissions

Welcome to the Office of Admissions!

The college search can feel overwhelming, but we're here to help. Have a question about our application process, campus, or academic programs? We're just a call, email, or visit away. Our Admissions and Financial Aid Advisors look forward to sharing their enthusiasm for Tompkins Cortland with you and helping you find the program and plan for success that fits best. No two of our students are the same so we pride ourselves on three basic things: Accessibility, Affordability, and Flexibility. 

Virtual Zoom Service Hours

We may not be there on campus, but we're still HERE for you. Our Zoom virtual hours offer live help. You choose your room - admissions, financial aid, billing, or registration. Use the codes below to access your office:

Admissions

Room: Admissions
Call in phone number: 1 646 558 8656
Meeting ID: 678 275 662
Password: 263242

Financial Aid

Room: Financial Aid
Call in phone number: 1 646 558 8656
Meeting ID: 660 453 188
Password: 071663

Student Billing

Room: Billing
Call in phone number: 1 646 558 8656
Meeting ID: 945 208 614
Password: 149706

Registration

Room: Registration
Call in phone number: 1 646 558 8656
Meeting ID: 620 803 520
Password: 031466

Dryden Campus

Ready to Enroll?

    Apply online or, if you prefer, print the admissions application and mail it in.

    • Have your official transcript(s) sent.Include high school and any colleges you have attended in the past

    What should you do next? 

    See you at Welcome Week!

    Dryden Campus

    Visit Campus

    *Due to COVID-19, Tompkins Cortland Community College is closed to the public until further notice. Please check for updates.*

    Campus Tour

    Can't attend Open House? No problem. You can still visit us! To set up a visit, call the Admissions office at 607.844.6580, or email admissions@tompkinscortland.edu

    Individual campus visits include a tour with a student ambassador (Main Building and Athletics, with Housing optional) and a follow up with an admissions advisor.

    Interested in taking just one class?

    If you are not officially enrolling in a degree program and are not planning to receive financial aid, then you can register for a class. There are three ways to register: by mail, by fax or in person. Download and complete our registration form. For course information, visit our online course search.

    If you are a high school student interested in taking a class through your high school, CollegeNow will guide you through the process.