Welcome TRANSFER and READMITTED College Students!
Congratulations on your acceptance to Three Rivers Community College!
This page will provide you with the information you need to take next steps to enroll and then register for classes.
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FREE Community College-Pledge to Advance Connecticut (PACT) Program
If you are starting college this fall as a first-time college student, you might be eligible for free tuition through PACT
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To schedule a tour, meet with an Admissions Representative or learn more about some of our programs, visit our Info Sessions, Tours & Events page.
Your assigned banner/student ID number and Community College e-mail address are noted on your acceptance letter. You will need this information to establish your myCommNet and student e-mail accounts. It is imperative that you set up both accounts to receive important information regarding your progress.
Set up your myCommNet and Student E-mail account
Username: Student ID (without the “@”)
Example: A student with a BannerID of @87654321, will have the following NetID:
- 1st three characters of birth month (with first letter capitalized)
- Ampersand character – &
- Last 4 digits of Social Security Number
So, for a user with a birth date on 10/24/79 and a social security number of 123-45-6789, then the initial password would be:
We encourage all students to complete the online free application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) using the TRCC school code “009765”.
To apply for financial aid, create a Federal Student Aid (FSA) ID at Log In | Federal Student Aid . Your FSA ID is your user name and password used to confirm your identity when accessing your financial aid information. After completing your FSA ID, you can complete the financial aid application at: www.studentaid.gov.
Important information about your financial aid will be sent to your student e-mail and myCommNet accounts.*
For questions about your financial aid, contact Three Rivers’ Financial Aid Office at (860) 215-9040
* Refer to Step 1 above for instructions on how to set up your e-mail and myCommNet accounts.
Meet with an Advisor
Before you can register, you must schedule an appointment with an advisor. Please go to www.threerivers.edu/appointments to choose a date and time to meet with an advisor in person, on the phone, or virtually, or visit our Information Desk at the Clock Tower entrance to make an appointment.
To contact the Advising Office email email@example.com using your college-issued student email account and include your name, phone number and your Three Rivers’ Student ID number.
All incoming transfer students will be assessed for math and English skills using their High School transcript, College transcript, SAT scores and/or ACT scores (if available). Please bring a copy of your in-progress or final college and/or high school transcript to the advising meeting, because these documents help advisers assist students in selecting appropriate courses. Transfer and Readmitted students may have already fulfilled math and english requirements. Students who have graduated high school over 5 years ago or would like to schedule an Accuplacer Placement test to assess their course placement, can discuss with their advisor.
Apply Outside Credit
After students register for their initial semester at TRCC, degree-seeking transfer students should have their official college transcripts sent to the Registrar’s Office for an official transfer credit evaluation and to add these classes to their TRCC transcript. Learn more here.
Planning for your classes
Readmitted Students should check out Degree Works! It’s a web-based tool to monitor your progress toward degree completion.
To help you plan your classes, review the Course Descriptions and Schedules
Support is available to accommodate students’ different abilities. Submission of a confidential disabilities disclosure form and appropriate documentation will start the eligibility process. Learn more here.
If students with documented disabilities have any questions or concerns related to your academic adjustments, contact:
Matt Liscum firstname.lastname@example.org
Tuition and Fees
Tuition and Fees are expected at the time of registration and can be paid in-person or from the student’s myCommNet account under Banner Self-Service.
An official financial aid award can be applied as payment. Payment plans are available for students registering for 6 or more credits.
For More Information Contact:
Financial Aid Office