An FTP-specific academic interest form will be
sent to your TU student email address in May. DO NOT complete and
submit the online TU Academic Interest Form.
Complete and submit the FTP Academic Interest Form
as soon as possible, no later than June 15.
Your responses on the form will be used to
develop your first-term schedule of classes.
Other factors that will be considered are
your placement test scores, SAT/ACT scores,
AP/IB credits, TU
Core Curriculum requirements, graduation
requirements, academic/major interests,
special considerations, and course
The FTP Coordinator and FTP Advisor will
create schedules in the end of
June/beginning of July.
You will receive notification in the
beginning of July that your fall schedule is
complete via your TU student e-mail account.Instructions on how to activate your
myCCBC account and view your CCBC fall
coursework will be included.
Please note that all
course offerings will be scheduled based on
classroom availability and will be offered
during late afternoon or evening hours.
SCHEDULE CHANGES WILL NOT BE MADE
The FTP Coordinator and FTP Advisor
take great care in creating schedules. Each student’s interests and needs as
indicated by the FTP Academic Interest Forms are reviewed individually. The
FTP has only a small number of transferable courses and a very limited
number of time slots, In order to keep classes small and ensure all FTP
students receive5 classes, schedule
changes are only permitted with proof of college credit already earned. If,
however, you feel there are educationally essential changes that need to be
made, you can consult with the FTP Coordinator or FTP Advisor.