Texarkana College’s campus is closed to the public due to executive orders related to the COVID-19 pandemic, but our team is working remotely to help you register for summer classes! Should there be any further scheduling changes, they will be announced on our COVID-19 resource page.

Use your summer wisely.

Whether you’re starting college, continuing your degree or certificate, or picking up classes while you’re home from your college or university this summer, TC’s summer courses can help you get ahead and save money.

  • For new and current TC students: If you’re working hard to earn a degree or certificate, finish faster by continuing your studies in the summer!
  • For university students who are home for the summer: Graduate on time, tackle a tough subject, or save yourself (or your parents) thousands in tuition costs by picking up some of your classes at TC while you’re home for the summer. Learn more.
  • For high school students: Already taking advantage of dual credit during the school year? Beef up your college credits by enrolling as an Early Admissions student during the summer.
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Summer 2020 Sessions

  • May Mini // May 18-29
  • Summer I // June 1-July 2
  • Summer II // July 6-Aug. 7
  • Summer 10-Week // June 1-Aug. 7
  • Summer Workforce & LVN // May 18-Aug. 7

May Mini and Summer I courses will be offered online. Students must have access to a computer and internet to complete these courses.

Academic Summer II courses are expected to be offered face-to-face (in person) with some courses available online. TC will follow state and local guidance on-campus openings.

Workforce and nursing summer courses will be set up as hybrid courses that will begin online and possibly transition to face-to-face if shelter in place orders are lifted.

Flexible Scheduling Options Available

  • Traditional Daytime Classes
  • Evening Classes
  • Web Classes
  • Off-Campus Classes

Choose your path.

No matter your interest, from art to social sciences or automotive technology to welding, TC has you covered with programs that meet your interests and the needs of future employers.

Browse Degrees & Certificates

Paying for college.

You may be eligible for federal grants to help you pay for your college education. Our financial aid staff can help you navigate the process of applying for federal financial aid.

Learn About Financial AidLearn About Payment Deadlines

Your starting point.

Whether you’re new to TC, a returning student, or someone who has been away for several years and is ready to resume your college education, our enrollment services team is here to help you get started.

New Students: Application ChecklistReturning Students: Registration Checklist
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Our campus is closed, but we’re still here to help!

Faculty Advising
Email or call your faculty advisor to schedule a call or virtual meeting. If you don’t know their email address or direct number, search the faculty/staff directory.

Admissions, Advising & Registration
(903) 823-3012

(903) 823-3357

Financial Aid
(903) 823-3267

Student Accounts
(903) 823-3331

Educational Opportunity Center
(903) 823-3106

You may also use the chat box from any page on the TC website to ask questions.The chat is monitored during business hours, and you may leave a message after hours to receive a response via email.

Not sure where to start?

Take our career assessment!

Don’t see the course you need on our schedule? Submit a course request form.

Questions about getting started? We’ve got answers!