About Turks and Caicos Islands Community College - Grand Turk Campus
The establishment of a Community College in the Turks and Caicos Islands has been visualized and vocalized as far back as 1689. The rational was based on the desire to advance education in general and tertiary education in particular where the establishment of a local College would ensure that more persons had access to tertiary education.
The Office of the Registrar provides support to students, faculty, staff, and alumni while being guided by the commitment to be student centered and promote student success. The office directs the recruitment process, maintains student academic records, issues grades and transcripts, monitors compliance with academic standards of progress, reviews degree completion for graduation, issues diplomas, reviews student requests regarding readmission, and other purposes, processes transient student requests, prepares the academic catalog and schedule of classes, and organizes commencement ceremonies. By guiding students through processes such as registration, re-sits, and examinations, the Office of the Registrar helps students develop independence, personal and educational goals, and effective communications.
The Registrar’s Office subscribes to the highest ethical principles of our profession and strives to serve the TCICC with honesty, integrity, and accuracy.