Administration Office
3251 Poplar Ave.,
Ste 200
Memphis, TN 38111-3613

Macon Cove Campus
5983 Macon Cove
Memphis, TN 38134-7693

Union Avenue Campus
737 Union Avenue
Memphis, TN 38103-3322

Fayette Center

Gill Center

Millington Center

Southeast Center

Whitehaven Center

901/333-STCC *

DATE: December 18, 2001

CONTACT: Calvin Burns, 901/333-5338 or Marilyn Duncan, 901/333-4247

Spring Registration Set at Southwest Tennessee Community College

Early Registration for the 2002 Spring semester is now underway at the two main campuses of Southwest Tennessee Community College and will continue through January 7. Regular registration is set for Thursday, January 10; Friday, January 11; and Monday, January 14. Late registration is scheduled for January 16-18 and January 22. Registration at the Macon Cove Campus will be held in the Farris Building, and the Union Avenue Campus will register students in B-Building, 106. Classes for Spring 2002 begin Wednesday, January 16.

In addition to the two main campuses, registration will be held at the Naval Support Activity, Building 241 in Millington on January 3; the Whitehaven Center on January 9, and the Fayette County Career Center, in Somerville, on January 10. The Gill Center in Frayser and the Southeast Center in Hickory Hill will register students on January 11-12 and January 14.

Current students should see advisors before registering, and students enrolling for the first time must complete the admissions process. For information about attending Southwest and specific registration times at each location, call 901/333-STCC.

All fees for early registration must be paid by Wednesday, January 2, and fees for regular registration are due by Tuesday, January 15. Students whose fees are to be paid by financial aid or another source of special funding must make sure that all requirements have been completed to receive expected funds. Fees can be paid on - campus by cash, money order, personal check, VISA, MasterCard and Discover.

With 13,000 students, Southwest is the fourth largest institute of higher learning in the state. Southwest Tennessee Community College is a comprehensive, multicultural, public, open-access college whose mission is to anticipate and respond to the educational needs of students, employers, and communities of Shelby and Fayette counties and the surrounding Mid-South region.

Southwest Tennessee Community College is a Tennessee Board of Regents institution.