Postsecondary Student Information

The information found on this page or its links is designed for students either attending or planning to attend one of Tri-County's postsecondary programs.  Additional information about our programs may be found by following the links on the left of this page.  If you have trouble finding what you need please feel free to contact our Adult Education Department.

Financial Aid
Federal Financial Aid is available for the full-time Adult Practical Nursing and Cosmetology students only.  For more information see the Financial Aid page of this site. 

College Navigator
In an effort to assist all students, the College Navigator is one tool that can be used to choose a college or university that is a fit for you.​ College Navigator

Student Handbooks
Cosmetology Catalog & Handbook - Covers all Cosmetology Programs including Aesthetics and Manicuring
Nursing Student Handbook- Covers Practical Nursing and Certified Nursing Assistant
Campus Safety and Security Handbook

Adult Cosmetology Program Objectives
Adult Cosmetology Objectives PDF file

Adult Cosmetology, Aesthetics and Manicuring Admission Application
Admission Application

Payment Plan
Information about the payment plan available to postseccondary students can be found here.

Follow these links to the corresponding PDF form
Section 504 Students with Disabilities Act
Tri-County Postsecondary Grievence Procedure
Transcript Request Form
Tri-County Health & Safety Plan

Constitution Day
Constitution Day (or Citizenship Day) is an American federal observance that recognizes the ratification of the United States Constitution and those who have become U.S. citizens. It is traditionally observed on September 17, the day the U.S. Constitutional Convention signed the Constitution in 1787. Tri-County postsecondary programs celebrate Constitution Day each year in the classroom through various efforts. To learn more about the Constitution of the United States on your own you can visit

Voter Registration
Tri-County strongly encourages all students and staff to participate in the voting process. To help you find information on voter registration or to fill out a voter registration form request, please visit the Massachusetts Elections Division website or call 1-800-462-VOTE. To verify your voter registration, please contact your local City or Town Clerk.

Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA)
Click here for the full text of the Family Education Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) as it relates to Tri-County Postsecondary Students.

Website and Publications
Tri-County makes every effort to insure that the information provided on its website and within it publications is accurate and up to date.  All program tuition and fees, placement rates, graduation rates, student demographic information, policies, procedures, handbooks, publications and curriculum, however, are subject to change at any time by the appropriate action of administration of Tri-County.  In the event that you find a discrepency with any information presented by Tri-County please notify the program director or the Adult Education Office for clarification and to facilitate any corrections of the published information necessary.