Admission Status Types: There are two types of admission status:
Unconditional Status: Students who have submitted all required documentation may be admitted as unconditional status.
Conditional Status: Students who have not submitted all required documentation may be admitted as conditional status.
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 email@example.com or 334-420-4200.
MyTrenholm Login Credentials:24-48 business hours after submitting your admissions application, you will receive login instructions to your personal email to access your Trenholm student email account and your "MyTrenholm" student portal.
Students may enter the college at the beginning of each term: Fall (August), Spring (January), or Summer (May). Prospective students are encouraged to apply for admission to the college well in advance of the term for which they wish to enroll.
No tests are required for general admission to Trenholm State Community College. All entering first time college students, unless exempt, must take the ACCUPLACER placement assessment for placement into English and/or math courses. Visit the ACCUPLACER webpage for information on ACCUPLACER Testing and Placement Exemptions.
Trenholm’s financial aid staff is here to assist you, no matter your financial aid source. Visit the webpage for the Office of Student Financial Services for comprehensive instructions and information regarding the financial aid process. Our FAFSA financial aid code is 005734. Scholarship information and all financial aid sources may also be found
Practical Nursing, Registered Nursing, Diagnostic Medical Sonography, Medical Radiologic Technology, Respiratory Therapy
Individuals who are seeking admission to selective admissions programs (Practical Nursing, Registred Nursing, Diagnostic Medical Sonography, Medical Radiologic Technology and Respiratory Therapy must meet all admissions requirements of the College. In addition, these programs have a separate admissions application and several admissions requirements that must be met by a publicized application deadline. Advisors in those programs are available to answer questions and assist students in understanding these requirements; however, responsibility for meeting all admissions requirements for these programs is the sole responsibility of the student.
Selective admissions programs are highly competitive. Meeting minimum admissions requirements ensures that students’ applications will be considered but does not guarantee program acceptance. Students are selected based on an objective scoring system for each program; students selected for admission to the programs generally exceed minimum admissions requirements. Prospective students should contact program faculty or staff or visit the program section of the College website for up-to-date information.
All students who have earned a high school diploma or GED are eligible for admission. Any applicant without a high school diploma or GED is encouraged to contact the Adult Education Department by calling 334-420-4348 or 334-420-4351.
It shall be the policy of Trenholm State Community College to admit all students who meet the established admissions criteria on a first-come, first-served basis. Admissions decisions will be made without regard to an applicant’s race, color, disability, sex, religion, creed, national origin, or age. This policy grants admissions to first-time college students, transfer students, transient students, audit students, accelerated high school students, dual enrolled students and international students, as well as students seeking re-admissions.
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.