Enrollment Services

Texarkana College’s Enrollment Services provides essential services to assist students in the achievement of their educational goals and success. Programs and services offered by the college are designed to help students achieve and cultivate their maximum potential in areas of academic, cultural, social, civic, mental, and physical development. Believing that Enrollment Services provides services that […]

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Office of Admissions and Recruitment / Registrar

Location: Administration Building Contact: 903-823-3012 Admissions and Records is responsible for providing the following services: Admissions Information Student information changes (name, address, etc.) Transcript requests** Residency determination Credit by Exam Grades Tech Prep credit Graduation* Verification of enrollment * Can be completed/requested in myTC ** https://www.texarkanacollege.edu/transcripts  

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Advising

Location: Enrollment Services in the Administration Building Contact: 903-823-3012 Texarkana College’s staff of professional advisors are available to devote personal attention to everyone in the college community. The Advising department is located on the first floor of the Nelson Administration Building. Students are seen on a walk-in basis or with an appointment. These services are […]

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Texarkana College Recruitment Goals

The primary goal of Admissions and Recruitment Services is to attract new, transfer, and returning students to Texarkana College. This goal is accomplished through activities including, but not limited to high school visits, school presentations, participation in college fairs, coordinated campus visits, and a written communication system (regular e-mails and mailings). Admissions and Recruitment Services […]

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Retention and Diversity Initiatives

The Retention Initiative at Texarkana College is designed to maximize academic success and build social connections for new, returning, first-generation, academically challenged, non-traditional, under-represented, and transitional students of Texarkana College. The goal of the Retention Initiative is to provide students with resources to increase the opportunities for students to complete their educational goals; additionally, it […]

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Dudley David Conner Financial Aid Center

The purpose of Texarkana College’s Financial Aid Office is to assist students in obtaining any financial aid available while attending college. Assistance is available in the form of grants, loans, student employment, and scholarships. All students who feel that they need financial assistance are strongly encouraged to visit the Financial Aid Office to learn about […]

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Scholarships

A variety of scholarships are available at Texarkana College. Scholarships include those awarded and administered by the Texarkana College Scholarship Committee as well as those awarded by community and civic organizations. In addition, Texarkana College awards institutional scholarships for various programs of study and for academic merit. The criteria for receiving scholarships vary according to […]

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Grants

Texarkana College participates in several need-based grant programs that provide funds that do not have to be repaid. Students who wish to apply for any grant or loan must submit a FAFSA. Proceeds from grants and or loans are intended to provide assistance with tuition & fees, books & supplies, and living expenses. Federal Pell […]

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Student Loans

Federal Direct (Stafford) Loans This is a federal long-term loan designed to help students who have difficulty meeting college expenses. These loans are administered by the William D. Ford Direct Loan program. Federal regulations and institutional cost of attendance budgets limit the amount that a student may borrow. Subsidized Loans are need-based, meaning that your […]

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Financial Aid Satisfactory Academic Progress

Federal regulations require that a student make satisfactory academic progress toward the completion of a degree or certificate at Texarkana College in order to receive federal financial aid. At Texarkana College, the standards that students must meet to fulfill this requirement are stated in the Financial Aid Standards of Academic Progress (FA-SAP). In addition, state […]

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Veterans Benefits

Texarkana College is approved by the Texas Veterans Commission under the provisions of Title 38, U.S. Code for VA educational benefits to train veterans and other eligible persons for approved programs and courses required for those programs. Students requesting the Montgomery GI Bill, Post 9/11 GI Bill, or Vocational Rehabilitation educational benefits must complete an […]

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