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Important Dates for Summer 2022

(You should view the Academic Calendar for additional important dates.)

Priority Registration
March 29, 2022

Regular Registration
April 5, 2022

Current Students: Speak with your Faculty Advisor if you have questions regarding registration & course selection.

New Students: You are required to make contact with your faculty advisor for course selection and degree planning before online registration.
View the Faculty Directory

Summer 2022 Registration AND Drop & Add ENDS
Thursday, May 26th, 2022

Summer 2022  Classes Begin
Monday, May 23rd, 2022



  1. Upload Residency Form the Valid Gov.t Photo ID
  2. OFFICIAL High School Transcripts
    • Request your Official High school transcript with graduation date from your Guidance Office and have it sent directly to Trenholm State Community College; or
    • Go to
  3. OFFICIAL GED Transcripts -
  4. OFFICIAL College Transcript(s) from all other colleges attended. OFFICIAL college transcripts should be sent to our mailing address directly from the prior institution(s). OFFICIAL documents may also be sent electronically if the prior institution(s) provide this type of transcript delivery. We cannot accept faxed or unofficial college transcripts. Students who have achieved a minimum of a Baccalaureate degree are only required to submit a transcript from the granting institution.
  5. Electronic transcripts must be emailed through a secure network (such as eScript/Credentials, Parchment or The National Student Clearinghouse) to

Mailing Address:
Office of Admissions
P.O. Box 10048
Montgomery, AL 36108

If you are a Transient, Returning, Dual Enrollment or International applicant, please follow this link to the admissions page for additional admissions information. Admissions Webpage

Know your Admissions Status!

You will be Conditionally or Unconditionally admitted to the College, if otherwise eligible, once this Residency Form and Valid Id are on file.
Admission Status Types: There are two types of admission status:

  • Conditional Status: Students who have not submitted all required transcripts and/or documents may be admitted as conditional status. Conditional students will also be emailed access with instructions to their student email and MyTrenholm student portal.
  • Unconditional Status: Students who have submitted all required documentation may be admitted as unconditional status.

Conditional Status Please Note: Conditionally admitted students are allowed to register for classes. However, financial aid cannot be processed until student's admissions status is Unconditional. Failure to provide documentation by the end of the first semester, as determined by local institutional calendars, will prevent a student from future registration and official transcript release.

Your admissions status will be emailed to you weekly, along with other important enrollment information. Continue to check your email frequently. Admission inquiries can be directed to or 334-420-4310.

Trenholm uses a single-sign in platform. Therefore, your email login and password need to be accessed BEFORE you can access your "MyTrenholm Portal or CANVAS.

(Outlook Email, Powerpoint, Word, Teams, Excel, and more)

Log in to Microsoft 365 with your Trenholm email: (

  • To access your student email
  • Click on "Login" at the top of the page, then click on the TSCC Email button.
  • Your initial Password is "Trenholm!mmddyy" (mmddyy is your date of birth).
  • Set up security verification questions when prompted. PLEASE DO NOT SKIP THIS STEP. You MUST set up your security questions to retrieve your account if you lose access to it.

“MyTrenholm” Student Portal

Log into your "MyTrenholm" Student Portal with your Trenholm email address.

  • To access your “My Trenholm” Student Portal go to
  • Click on "Login" at the top of the page, then click on the My Trenholm Students Portal button
  • Under Quick Links you will find the link "My Trenholm Portal".
  • Login in "MyTrenholm" Portal with your Trenholm email address and password.

If you have any issues accessing your account, contact the IT Department at the Student IT Support Helpdesk.


All NEW students are ENCOURAGED to meet with their program advisor BEFORE registering for classes for the first time. Program Advisors will assist new students with course selections and introduce them to their degree plan. There are several options and opportunities for Program Advising and Class Registration. Virtual, On-Campus, and By Appointment options are available.


  1. Look up the contact information for your PROGRAM ADVISOR using the FACULTY ADVISOR DIRECTORY.
  2. Use the contact information from the directory to call or email your program advisor. Please use your student email account when contacting your advisor. Provide a good phone number and the best time to contact you. Also, check your student email daily for communications from your advisor.
  3. Your advisor will make contact by phone or email to advise you on the course selections for the semester, review your DEGREE PLAN USING DEGREE WORKS and answer any questions you may have regarding your program.

Advising hours fall between 8:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. Monday-Thursday and 8:00 a.m. – 11:30 a.m. on Fridays. However, each faculty member has specific office hours dedicated to helping students. Therefore, please use the contact information provided below to call or email to set up an appointment.

When sending an email, always use your Trenholm email account, indicate “Advising or Registration Request” in the subject line and include your full name, student A- number and a good contact phone number. Your advisor will respond to your email or call during their advising hours. Please allow one business day for all return correspondence.


Degree Works is a web-based tool to help students and advisors monitor students' progress toward degree completion. Degree Works combines Trenholm State's degree requirements and the coursework completed into a degree plan. Degree Works allows students and faculty advisors to see how completed courses count toward degree completion.

Degree Works is designed to aid and facilitate academic and career technical education advising. The degree plans produced by Degree Works are dependent on students' majors.

If a major is not identified for a student, choose the "What-If" option, and select an anticipated major from the drop-down list to view a complete degree audit.

After you have contacted your advisor for course selection and degree planning you are now ready to log into your “MyTrenholm” Student Portal and register for classes.

Login to "My Trenholm" Portal with your Trenholm email address and the same password as your Trenholm email address.

  1. Students must enter their Username (Trenholm State email address) and Password (Email password) to login to their Student Portal.
  2. Select the “Student” tab at the top of the page.
  3. Select the “Student Landing page”.
  4. Select “Register for Classes” from the menu.
  5. Select the correct term and click “Continue”.
  6. Select “Advanced Search” (the most convenient way to search courses by campus). Advanced Search allows you to choose your preferred search criteria. A suggested option is to select a subject, course number (if known), and desired campus. Then click on “Section Search”.
  7. A list of courses that meet the search criteria will be displayed. Please note that a course with a “C” to the left indicates the course section is “FULL” (maximum enrollment met). Courses with check boxes to the left have available space.
  8. To register for a course sections, check the box next to your selection and then, click on the “ADD” button.
  9. Select “New Search” to look up another course. Repeat as needed.
  10. To drop a course, go to the summary section of the registration form. Under the “ACTION” column, select “WEB DROP”. Be sure to also, click on the “SUBMIT CHANGES” button to finalize.

How To View Your Student Schedule

  1. Select the “Student” tab,
  2. Select “Student Landing Page”.
  3. Select “Registration”, and then
  4. Select “View Registration information”.
  5. Review your schedule to be sure you are registered for the correct campus, day, times, and type of course.

How To Pay Tuition and Fees Online

Remember, registration is not complete until tuition and fees have been paid. Students with unpaid tuition and fees are subject to being dropped from their courses at any time.

  1. Select the “Student” tab,
  2. Click on “Student Landing Page”,
  3. Under the “Student Account” section, click on “Make a Payment, Deposit, and Payment Plan”.

Questions regarding payment options:
Cashier Contact Information:
Trenholm Campus (1225 Air Base Blvd. – A/B Bldg.) - 334-420-4272
Patterson Site (3920 Troy Highway – Bldg. D) - 334-420-8080
OR email:

More Information



For more information about registration, students should connect with a Faculty Advisor. Find your Academic Advisor in the Faculty Directory or in your "My Trenholm" Portal.

For information about other related topics, please visit the below links:

History of

For half a century, thousands of students have charted their path to success at Trenholm State Community College. From the 1960s to today, we have been part of the fabric of Montgomery and the River Region, growing to include diverse programs of study, multiple campuses, and online learning. Now, we celebrate the present and move forward with a renewed dedication to our community and the success of our students. We invite you to join us.

Contact Trenholm State

1-866-753-4544 334-420-4200 or email us

Trenholm Campus:
1225 Air Base Blvd
Montgomery, Alabama 36108
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Mailing Address:
Post Office Box 10048
Montgomery, Alabama 36108