If you are new to Texarkana College and ready to apply, this checklist will help you through the process.
Step 2: Receive Login Credentials for myTC
Your username and password/access code will be emailed to you within 24 hours of completing your ApplyTexas application. myTC is the student portal used to access information related to enrollment, financial aid, student accounts, degree plans and grades.
Step 3: Submit Transcripts
When applying to TC we will need a copy of the final transcripts of your High School or GED along with official college transcripts if you’ve earned credit at any other institution of higher learning. You may hand-deliver them to the admissions office, but they must be in a sealed official envelope from the institution.
Office of Admissions
2500 N. Robison Rd.
Texarkana, TX 75599
Step 4: Submit Immunization Records
Students under the age of 22 will not be allowed to register without proof of current bacterial meningitis vaccination. This may be mailed (to the address listed in Step 2) or hand-delivered to the Admissions Office.
Learn more about bacterial meningitis vaccination and waiver.
Step 5: Apply for Financial Aid & Scholarships
After Steps 1-3 have been completed you should receive an admissions acceptance letter from Texarkana College. Once you have received your letter (been accepted to Texarkana College), you are capable of applying for financial aid.
To apply for Federal Financial aid use the FAFSA online application. The code for TC is 003628.
You are also encouraged to apply for TC Scholarships.
If you have questions or need help, review our Financial Aid FAQ contact Financial Aid at 903-823-3267. Additionally, be sure to check your email daily as the Financial Aid Office communicates via email.
Step 6: Meet with an Advisor
Meet with an advisor to discuss the following:
- Testing requirements: TSI and/or TABE.
- How to submit test scores once testing is complete
- Degree plan and major
- Registering for classes
- Obtaining your TC email account
- Students with documented disabilities should visit with Disability Services
- Sign up for Orientation: College 101 ($25 fee automatically added to your student bill)
- Requesting a student ID
Step 7: Pay for classes
Tuition and fees are automatically deducted from your financial aid awards. You are responsible for paying any remaining balance. Students must pay by the posted payment deadlines or their classes will be dropped for non-payment.
Credit card, cashier’s check, or money order accepted.
Learn about your payment options.
You may pay online from your Student tab. A Payments How-to guide is available from the Help Desk.
Step 8: Get a Parking Permit
You’ll need a parking permit to park on campus. See the Student Accounts Office once you complete your application. The first parking sticker is free and any additional stickers are $2 each with a form completed for each additional sticker.
Here’s an application.