Three Rivers holds 'Super Saturday' Aug. 10 for registration and more
Norwich — Three Rivers Community College is holding its "Super Saturday," an "opportunity for one-stop registration for the fall semester," on Aug. 10 from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. in the college's A Wing.
Staff members from various college offices will be on hand to give students guidance on enrollment, registration, financial aid, course selection, scheduling, testing and more. Classes start Aug. 27.
New students who bring proof of high school completion and immunization information can enroll and get assistance with financial aid. Those who haven't earned math or English college credit can take the necessary skills placement test on Aug. 10, with the last appointment at noon.
The bookstore will be open, Miss L from Jammin 107.7 will be present and college tours will be available. Those with questions are encouraged to call (860) 215-9016.
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