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The New Student Experience

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The New Student Experience

@ The Historic Triangle Campus
Trivia Question
Welcome to Thomas Nelson!
Student Services
Academic Divisions
Business, Public Services, Information Systems, and Math
Diggs Hall, room 122, Hampton Campus (757)825-2900
Courses: ACC, ADJ, BUS, CHD, ECO, EDU, FIN, FST, GIS, HMS, ITD, ITE, ITN, ITP, LGL, MDA, MKT, MTE, MTH, MTT, PBS, REA, RPK, SAF
Communications, Humanities, and Social Sciences
Templin Hall, room 857, Hampton Campus (757)825-2799
Courses: EDU 200, ARA, ART, ASL, CST, ENG, ESL, FRE, GEO, GER, HIS, HUM, INT, MUS, PHI, PHT, PLS, PSY, REL, SOC, SPA
Health Professions
Historic Triangle Campus, room 207 (757)258-6531
Courses: DNH, EMS, MDL, NUR
Science, Engineering, and Technology
Hastings Hall, room 321, Hampton Campus (757)825-2898
Courses: AIR, AUT, BIO, BLD, CAM, CHM, CSC, DRF, EGR, ELE, ENE, ETR, GOL, HLT, IND, MAC, MAR, MEC, NAS, PED, PHY, SIM, WEL
Academic Advising
Suite 117 - Anne Baltrsaitis, Dr. Betsy Harrison, Kathy Arcement, Keri Meadows, Nancy Bailey, and Mike Adkins
Advising available on a walk-in basis
Change your program
Create an education plan
Register for classes
Transfer and Career Services
Suite 117 - Kathy Arcement
Welcome to Thomas Nelson!
Counseling Services
Suite 117 - Keri Meadows and Nancy Bailey
Short-term personal counseling
Referrals to community resources
Disability Services
Suite 117 - Nancy Bailey
Financial Aid
Suite 117 - Nicole Derry and Janet Rathbun
Transfer Advising
Guaranteed Admission Agreements (GAAs)
Articulation Agreements
Transfer Planning
W&M Co-enrollment
Career Services
Career Counseling
Career Planning Websites
Interests, skills, and values assessments
MBTI Myers-Briggs Type Indicator
Job search and resume writing assistance
Students are eligible to receive accommodations by request only. Requests are reviewed on a case-by-case basis and accommodations are determined by the nature of the student’s disability and functional limitations.
Enrollment Services
Suite 117 - Michelle Hanson-Hart and Tamera Wright
Testing Services
Suite 117 - Michelle Ross and Mike Adkins
Placement Testing
Distance Learning Testing
Make-up Testing
Foreign Language
Placement Testing
ESL Testing
Domicile
Transcript evaluations
Order transcripts
Register for courses
Trivia Question
TNCC Bingo!
Find 5 in a row and win
Trivia Question
Online Resources
Learning Resources Center
Library
Technology Learning Center
Math Center
Writing Center
Tutoring
Trivia Question
Trivia Question and Break
Additional Student Resources
Student Activities and Sports
Campus Safety
Hampton Campus Resources
Academic Advising
Counseling
Transfer Advising
Career Services
College Success Seminars
Disabled Student Services
Enrollment Services
Financial Aid
Veterans Affairs
TRiO
Honors Program

Thomas Nelson Community College is named in honor of:

A. An early colonial governor of the Commonwealth

B. A signer of the Declaration of Independence

C. A merchant in early Yorktown

D. All of the above
The Mascot of TNCC is a:

A. Bulldog

B. Gator

C. Unicorn
Thomas Nelson Community College offers the following
degrees:

A. Associate of Arts

B. Associate of Science

C. Associate of Applied Arts

D. Associate of Applied Science

E. All of the above
Thomas Nelson Community College provides classes at:

A. The Historic Triangle Campus

B. The Hampton Campus

C. The Southeast Center

D. All of the above
Thomas Nelson Jr. served in:

A. The Civil War

B. The Revolutionary War

C. World War I
Veterans Affairs
We are here to assist in any and all of your Veteran’s Affairs inquires! Office email - VA@tncc.edu
Suite 229 Hayley Fordham
Phone (757) 258-6588
Events Calendar
Clubs
Bookstore
Suite 117 - Christopher Banks, John Neel, Nichole Derry,
Zakaria Ouahmane
Student I.D.s (Room 111)
Escort Service
Lost and Found
Battery Jump Start
Mondays and Thursdays 8am - 7pm
Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Fridays 8am - 5pm
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, and Friday 8am - 5pm
Thursdays 8am - 7pm
First step to getting grants and loans.
Help you calculate the cost of tuition, books, and materials.
Help you fill out your FAFSA and guide you through the Student Loan process.

Find books at tncc.edu. - Quicklinks bookstore
Bring your current class schedule and a valid I.D. (student I.D. or drivers license)
Emergency Number
(757) 508-3449

(757) 825-2732
(757) 879-3649 (After 5 p.m.)
Room 115
Note Takers
Textbooks in alternative formats
Testing modifications
Sign Language interpreters
Assistive Technology
Braille services
Some examples of possible accommodations are:
College Success Seminars

Suite 117 - Mike Adkins
Set up as an appointment @ the HT Campus
Designed to help students develop college success skills
Learning Outcomes
Hours of Operation:
Tuesday – Thursday
9:00am – 3:00pm

Following this program, you should know:
Where to get help with academic advising, transferring and financial aid
Where to access Disability Services
How to access My TNCC, and use resources on the Thomas Nelson website
About the Learning Resource Center
About services at both campuses
College Conduct
Student Rights
You have the right to:
be treated with dignity and respect
receive a quality education
pursue your education in an environment that is safe and conducive to learning
your own opinion
have your privacy respected
seek guidance
express concern or dissatisfaction with any situation that impedes your pursuit of education
withdraw from any course until the withdrawal deadline
Title IX
Sexual Harassment is prohibited by Title IX of the Education Amendment of 1972.

Per the VCCS Policy Manual:
Sexual Harassment
is defined as
unwelcome sexual advances
, requests for sexual favors or other
verbal or physical
conduct or written communication of a sexual nature which is
intimidating, hostile or offensive.

If you feel that you have been sexually harassed, please contact:
Dr. Richmond, 757-825-3519, richmondvc@tncc.edu
FERPA
Family Education Rights and Privacy ACT
Federal law that protects the privacy of student educational records

For students' protection, FERPA limits release of student record information without the students explicit written consent

FERPA gives students' parents the right to review educational records if the parents claim the student as a dependent on their Federal Income Tax Return
Student Responsibilities
Students have the responsibility to:
recognize and respect the rights of other students
treat others with dignity and respect
ask when you do not understand something or need help
attend and participate in class
wait at least 10 to 15 minutes before you leave if your instructor is late
do your homework assignments and turn them in on time
read class materials
be an active learner
be aware of college policies and procedures and the chain of command
know the student code of conduct and manage your behavior accordingly (found in the Student Handbook online)
try and understand others' perspectives
NOT
develop bad habits
participate in student activities
check your progress with instructors
evaluate your time commitments and manage your schedule
accept consequences when you do not do what you should
Instructor Rights
Instructors have the right to:
expect students to arrive on time
expect students to behave as adults
expect respect from students
be notified if students have a problem or concern about their courses
expect students to read the syllabus, be prepared for class, and be prepared for tests
expect students to seek help during posted office hours, request make-up materials, or check on missed work
NOT be asked to calculate grades on the spot
academic freedom
You're part of an academic
community of trust
Home Page
MyTNCC
Blackboard, SIS, Gmail, SAILS
Help Desk
TIPS
TIPS
T
hreat Assessment,
I
ncident Management and
P
revention
S
ervices
If you have reason to believe that a person at a Thomas Nelson facility is a potential threat himself/herself or others, please complete a Threat Assessment Team Incident Report or contact the Police Department. If the danger is immediate, make sure you place yourself out of harm’s way; then contact TNCC Department of Police and Security Services.
Historic Triangle Campus
757-825-2732
757-508-3449 (emergency number)
757-879-3649 (after hours cell)
Location: 1st floor Photo Office

Hampton Campus
757-825-2732
757-825-3511 (emergency number)
757-879-3649 (after hours cell)
Location: Diggs Hall – RM 153
IF YOU HAVE AN
EMERGENCY, CONTACT 757-508-3449
FOR CAMPUS POLICE OR DIAL 911 FOR OFF CAMPUS ASSISTANCE
Quick Links
Academic Calendar
Degrees and Programs
Navigating Thomas Nelson's Website
Registration Videos
Other Resources
Welcome
to
Thomas Nelson
?
Any Questions
SAILS
SAILS is an intervention designed to help you know how you are doing in class.
It is only associated with some classes - MTT, ENF, and certain Science courses
Instructors provide you with on how you are doing in class.
You will also be provided information about services available at the college such as tutoring, etc. through SAILS.
What's on your flash drive?
New Student Experience Guide
College Catalog
Student Handbook
e2campus
Parking Pass
Full transcript