Important dates

April 20

Registration begins

July 24

Financial aid priority deadline
How to apply

August 11

Payment deadline for students who register April 20 – August 12
How to make a payment online

August 18

Payment deadline for students who register August 13-18
How to make a payment online

August 19

August 24

Academic & Workforce semester begins

September 7

Labor Day Holiday (College Closed)

September 8

14-week semester begins

September 22

Anticipated Disbursement of all funding and first ½ of loans

October 5

Anticipated Refund, the date you should receive any available refund.

October 22

Anticipated Disbursement of second ½ of loans

November 4

Anticipated Refund, the date you should receive any available refund.

November 23-27

Thanksgiving Holidays (College Closed)

December 16

Semester ends

Fee Assessment

Fees for Fall 2015 will be assessed at the time of registration. Fall 2015 registration begins Monday, April 20, 2015.


GENERAL FEES (subject to change)
27-hour rule Course (Developmental)$75per credit hour
3x Repeat Course$75per credit hour
Diploma$15per diploma
FCI Certificate$20per certificate
Extension fee (off-campus courses)$50per course
Freshman Orientation$20one time
HigherOne Replacement Card$25per card
ID Badge Replacement$10per ID
Late Registration$100per term
Non-funded course (includes auditing a course)$75per credit hour
Online Course$10per credit hour
Parking Sticker$15per school year
Payment Plan$30per term
Payment Plan Delinquency$25per late payment
Returned Check$30per returned check
Transcript$5per official transcript
VCT (Virtual College of Texas)$150per class
TEAS V Admission Test$70per exam
Application Fee for Credit of Prior Learning (non-refundable)$50one time
Credit by Exam$20per exam
CLEP$20per exam
CLEP$10per essay
EMT (Advanced)$35per exam
EMT (Basic)$20per exam
FCI - EPA Certification$35per exam
FCI - Universal R-410A Safety Certification$30per exam
LVN NCLEX Review$55per semester
NCCER Test fee (non-refundable) WLDG 1307, ELPT 1321 & 1419, IMNT 1305 & CNMT 1353, INTC 1356$20one time
NCCR E Text Access Card and Testing fee - Welding & HVAC$60-$218selected courses
Proctor Exams / VCT$15per exam
TSI$29per exam
TSI$10per section
TABE Workforce$15per exam
TABE Health Occupations$25per exam
Keyboard Proficiency$5per exam
VN ATI-per semester
Science Course (except BIOL 1322)$25per course
Art (except 1301)$20per course
Child Development$25per course
Communication (all COMM Classes)$25per course
Computer Technology$25per course
Developmental (Math, Reading, English/Writing)$30per course
Drafting$20per course
Drama$20per course
Emergency Medical Technology$25per course
Engineering$20per course
Math Fundamentals (MATH 1350 & 1351)$45per course
Music (MUSI 1390)$20per course
Music - Private Instruction (1 credit hour)$110per course
Music - Private Instruction (2 credit hours)$220per course
Nursing (ADN)$30per course
Nursing (ADN) ATI$225per semester
Nursing (ADN) & (VN) Simulation$100one time
Nursing (VN)$30per course
Nursing (VN) ATI$270per semester
Nursing Travel (RNSG 1261)-per course
Nursing Travel (RNSG 2460)$25per course
PE-Other (except 2301)$10per course
Workforce Consumables (subject to change)
AC & Refrigeration$65per course
Auto Body$60per course
Auto Tech$55per course
Construction Technology$75per course
Cosmetology$55per course
Culinary Arts$65per course
Diesel Tech$65per course
Electronics$65per course
Electricity$55per course
Industrial Maintenance$65per course
Office Careers$20per course
Welding$75per course
Insurance & Other Course related fees (subject to change)
Child Development Insurance (2324, 2387)$25per course
Cosmetology State Permit$25one time
CPR$15one time
EMT / Paramedic Liability Insurance$77per academic year
CNA Liability Insurance (NURA 1160)$20per academic year
Pharmacy Tech Liability Insurance (PHRA 1260)$20per academic year
Health Sciences Liability Insurance$25per academic year
TurnItIn, selected Humanities courses$3per course
PIVOTPoint (also upon re-entry)$150one time
Dual Credit
Academic: In-District$100per course
Academic: Out-of-District$125per course
Academic: Non-Resident$150per course
Workforce, TC Campus: In-District$300per course
Workforce, TC Campus: Out-of-District$325per course
Workforce, TC Campus: Non-Resident$350per course
Workforce, ISD Campus: Non-Resident$125per course
Workforce, ISD Campus: Out-of-District$150per course
Workforce, ISD Campus: Non-Resident$175per course
Non-Funded - ISD Campus Course fee$150per course
Housing Deposit$200one time
Housing: Apartment$2,000per semester

Student statements may be viewed and/or printed from myTC.

Payment Due Date

If you register (or adjust your schedule) for Fall 2015 from April 20 – August 18, your payment due date will be determined as follows:

Registration/Schedule Adjustment Payment Due Date
April 20 – August 13 August 11
*August 13 – August 20 August 18

Any adjustments to your schedule after August 18 must be paid the same day of the adjustment.

Failure to pay by these deadlines will result in your classes being dropped for non-payment.

Students who register on or after Wednesday, August 12, 2015, will be assessed a $100 late registration fee.

Students who do not pay by the payment due date will be dropped for non-payment.

Payments may be made via the web through myTC. Texarkana College also offers a payment plan through Nelnet Business Solutions (formerly FACTS Management) for the total of tuition and fees.  View step-by-step instructions on how to pay your bill in full or how to set up an installment plan. Student statements may also be viewed and/or printed from the web.

Financial Aid

Anticipated financial aid may be viewed through the myTC online financial aid system. You can get up-to-date information on your financial aid award(s) by logging in and choosing the “Your Award” tab.

NOTE: Anticipated awards are subject to change. If, for any reason, your actual awards cannot be credited to your account, the anticipated awards will be removed and you will be responsible for paying the balance. Anticipated awards are based on full-time enrollment and will be adjusted based upon final financial aid eligible hours.

Please be aware that anticipated awards are notations for information only. We display anticipated aid as well as your current charges as a courtesy so you will know the amount you are expected to pay by the due date. Anticipated aid does NOT actually reduce the balance on your account nor is it refundable.

Important Financial Aid Dates

Priority Deadline: July 24, 2015 – Your financial aid file must be complete (including all applicable documents) by this date to ensure your financial aid will be processed in time for the Fall 2015 semester.

SAP Appeal: August 19, 2016 – If you must file an appeal for Satisfactory Academic Progress, it must be completed along with all applicable documentation and turned into the financial aid office by this date. This includes appeals for Max Credits.


Anticipated Disbursement and Refund dates

Refunds are released up to 14 days after disbursement. These are expected dates, actual dates may vary.  Learn more.

  • September 22 – Disbursement of all funding and first ½ of loans
  • October 5 – Refund, the date you should receive any available refund.
  • October 22 – Disbursement of second ½ of loans
  • November 4 – Refund, the date you should receive any available refund.