Smart Start Orientation provides Allied Health students with a realistic view of competitive admission processes and the commitment required to be successful in Allied Health programs. Completion of the Smart Start Orientation is mandatory before you apply to a Health Science program.

Smart Start Allied Health Orientation

If you wish to pursue one of our Allied Health Programs you are required to attend Allied Health Smart Start before applying to a program or enrolling in the next semester. All students are welcome to attend, even if they are just interested in exploring one of these fields.

A view of a pond with TCC Southeast Campus Building in the back ground and the shade of an oak tree in the foreground.

Spring 2024 Orientation

Self-Paced Orientation

We’re sorry we missed you at our live Spring 2024 Smart Start Orientations! However, you can still complete our self-paced online Allied Health Smart Start. Please save your certificate of completion and present it to your assigned Academic Advisor.

Begin Your Self-Paced Orientation

Allied Health Program Sheets

Contact Your Academic Advisor

If you have questions or concerns email your assigned academic advisor or

You can find your assigned academic advisor through Starfish:

  1. Log in to Starfish
  2. From My Success Network, click the triangle beside my name, then select Schedule Appointment
  3. Select the type of appointment, adjust the date range as needed to find days and times that work for your schedule, then select a time from the list
  4. Complete your sign up by choosing your location (in-person, phone or virtual appointment) and add a description of why you want to meet
  5. Click confirm to finish scheduling the appointment

About Allied Health Programs