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Special Factors

AP Acceptance: Yes
Credit for Life Experience: No

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Contact Info

2080 Three Rivers Blvd Poplar Bluff, MO 63901
Phone: (573) 840-9600
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Student Responses to Review Topic: Tips for Prospective Students
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  • Katherine from Poplar Bluff, MO
  • I am a current student here

    *Don't worry about getting in because everyone is accepted; except those with serious criminal records. *Try your best on the Compass test (if you don't take the ACT). If you don't like your score or think you scored too high (I shouldn't have been placed in College Algebra), you can ALWAYS retake it. *Learn how to use myTRCC! It's easy to learn, but almost necessary if you want to keep up with your G.P.A., grades per semester, financial status, registering for classes, payments, etc. *MAKE SURE YOU'RE GOING TO GRADUATE ON TIME! I know several people whose advisers were fooled around and didn't care to keep them on track. *Always check your e-mail (at least once a day), even before you start the semester.

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  • Mistylove from Redford, MO
  • I am a current student here

    Definitely register early so you can pick what time your classes start. Keeping in contact with your instructors is very important. Transitional math classes are entirely computer/web based. A lot of the books you will need are very expensive, non-rentals, and non-returnable. I figured out to save money next semester, I'll request my financial aid be put on my raider one card. This way, I will have to pay the college myself, but it's a small sacrifice to make in order to be able to pay half price for my books through, or even rent them if they're ones I don't want to keep.

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  • Felisha from Neelyville, MO
  • I am a current student here

    Three Rivers is a great start for all students of any age. I have discovered that most everyone is in a rush to earn their degree but I would suggest limiting yourself to no more than twelve credit hours your first semester. If you are comfortable with the hours and your progress you can enroll in more classes the next semester. The campus isn't too large but it is important to be in class on time. Arrive a little early to ensure that you know where you are going.

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  • John Doe
  • I am a current student here

    The financial aid office the only downfall to the college. It's very affordable but you must stay on top of financial aid so all your scholarships are applied.

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