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At Tri-County Technical College, we prepare for the possibility of inclement weather throughout the year. Any decision to close the College and/or cancel classes will be announced using the College’s inclement weather notification procedures described below.


Emergency Notifications. If classes are canceled or the College is closed, the College will send a notification via text message, email and voicemail.

TCTC uses the Regroup Mass Notification® system to send emergency notifications. Students and employees are automatically registered in the Regroup system upon admission, registration and/or employment. However, the College encourages students and employees to review and confirm the accuracy of their contact information in the Regroup system on an annual basis.

To access Regroup, follow these steps:

  1. Go to and log-in to Regroup using your TCTC credentials.
  2. Once logged in, click on the circle icon in the top right corner of your screen and select “My Profile” from the drop-down menu.
  3. Update your contact information as needed and click “Save.”
  4. Next, click on “Notifications” on the left side of your screen.
  5. Make sure all of the notification options are set to “On.” If they are not set to “On,” click the down arrow under each heading, select “On,” and then click Save.

In addition to the Emergency Notifications listed above, inclement weather closing information also will be announced as follows:

  • Public Website: Visit to check for inclement weather announcements posted at the top of the home page.

Additional information:

  • Do not rely on local media outlets (TV and radio) for closing information and directions. Those announcements are designed for the general public. Please refer to direct communications from the College to be sure that you have complete details.
  • EMPLOYEES: State government offices and their employees should follow the same hazardous weather decisions made by the county government officials where the state office is located. For example, a county’s decision to delay opening or close county government offices due to hazardous weather would mean state employees who work in the impacted county would also delay opening or close state government offices. However, employees who telecommute are expected to work remotely when an office is closed due to weather even if they were scheduled to be in the office during the times of the office closures.