Welcome NON-DEGREE 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.

Semester Dates

Whether you’ll be taking summer courses or will be attending college for this first time, here are the semester dates.

Summer 2021

Summer Classes begin Monday, May 24, with additional courses beginning June 14 and July 12.

Fall 2021

Fall Classes begin, Wednesday, August 25

WebEx Information Sessions

While our campus is closed due to the coronavirus, the Office of Admissions has created online WebEx Information sessions. Sign up for a session at our Info Sessions, Tours & Events page.

Enrollment Steps

Your assigned 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 Office 365 E-mail account. It is imperative that you set up both accounts to receive important information regarding your progress.

You will need your initial Net ID and Password to establish your account. Your initial Net ID and Password format is available at myCommNet.

Net ID Format

Username: Student ID (without the “@”)
Domain: @student.commnet.edu

Example: A student with a BannerID of @87654321, will have the following NetID: 87654321@student.commnet.edu

Password Format

  1. First three characters of birth month (with first letter capitalized)
  2. Ampersand character – &
  3. 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: Oct&6789

Course Placement

Non-degree seeking students may be waived from prerequisite courses when they present one or more of the following documents showing the prerequisite has been met:

  • an unofficial transcript from a U.S. college;
  • a High School transcript;
  • SAT scores and/or ACT scores (if available); or
  • a previously taken Accuplacer placement test for English and/or math at any Connecticut community college.

These documents are needed to help advisers assist you in selecting appropriate courses.

How to Submit Required Documents

Upload documents to your application portal or electronically from your high school’s Counseling Office using Naviance.

Please note: when uploading your documents to your application portal, PDF files are the preferred file type, however, JPG & JPEG  are also acceptable. HEIC is the image format for newer Apple phones and is not an unacceptable file type, as it cannot be viewed from our software.

A real time list of missing supplemental items and documents can be viewed by logging into your application portal. If you’ve forgotten your password, you can reset it on the sign-in page.

In-Person drop-off is not an option while the College building is closed due to the Coronavirus.

Note: Due to the coronavirus, Accuplacer testing has been suspended for the time being.

Planning for your classes

To help you plan your classes, review the Course Descriptions and Schedules

New, Transfer and Readmitted – Non-Degree Seeking Student Registration for Summer and Fall 2021 sessions begin on April 12, 2021

Register by Email

Students can email their Registration Card with payment and prerequisite (unofficial college transcript) to registrar@threerivers.edu.

Meet with an Adviser

Schedule an appointment with an adviser by emailing  Advising@threerivers.edu using your college-issued student email account and include your name, phone number and your Three Rivers’ Student ID number. An Advisor will contact you to assist you in selecting courses.

Provide Proof of Prerequisite

Non-Degree seeking students may be waived from prerequisite courses when they present one or more of the following documents showing the prerequisite has been met:

  • an unofficial transcript from a U.S. college;
  • a High School transcript;
  • SAT scores and/or ACT scores (if available); or
  • a previously taken Accuplacer placement test for English and/or math at any Connecticut community college.

These documents are needed to help advisers assist you in selecting appropriate courses.

Register Online

Because the campus is closed, registration takes place online at my.commnet.edu in the Banner Self Service section. You will need your student ID number and password.

Planning for your classes

To help you plan your classes, review the Course Descriptions and Schedules

Disability Services/Accommodations

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 (learning disabilities)  mliscum@threerivers.edu

Elizabeth Willcox (physical disabilities) ewillcox@threerivers.edu

Summer 2021

Tuition and fees are due at the time of registration.

Fall 2021

Fees are expected at the time of registration, total tuition owed is payable by Thursday, August 5.

Tuition and Fees

Information about Tuition and Fees can be found here. Contact the Cashier’s Office for more information : TR-businesslink@threerivers.edu.

Immunization

Immunization is not required for Non-degree students, unless you are registering full-time (12 or more credits) in a semester.

State Immunization Form

Financial Aid

Non-degree students are ineligible for financial aid and some veterans’ benefits.
Information on Financial Aid

For More Information Contact:

Admissions Office

Phone: 860-215-9016
Fax: 860-215-9902
admissions@threerivers.edu

Financial Aid Office

Phone: 860-215-9040
Fax: 860-215-9902
financialaid@threerivers.edu

Registrar’s Office

Phone: 860-215-9064
Fax: 860-215-9919
registrar@threerivers.edu

Cashier’s Office

Phone: 860-215-9026
Fax: 860-215-9904
TR-businesslink@threerivers.edu

Advising and Counseling Office

Phone: 860-215-9017
Fax: 860-215-9906
advising@threerivers.edu