Make your summer count!

Enroll as a transient student and earn credits at Texarkana College that you can transfer back to your four-year college or university when you return in the fall.

Transient students are applicants who are currently attending another college or university and want to attend Texarkana College for one semester, then return to their home school.

To be considered for this applicant status, you must:

  • Be enrolled at another college or university and plan to return to that institution to complete your degree requirements
  • Submit a student application at www.applytexas.org and choose “Transient – non degree seeking” as your student admission basis
  • Provide current official transcript from the college or university you are currently attending
  • Provide proof of meningitis immunization if under 22 years of age

College credit in just ten days? You bet!

With Texarkana College’s May Mini-Mester, you can knock out an entire college class in just ten days—or just two weeks. The 2018 May Mini-Mester runs May 14-25.

May 2018 Mini-Mester Classes (subject to change; search schedule for the most up-to-date information).

  • Art Appreciation // ARTS 1301
  • Integrated Reading I/Writing // ENGL 0041
  • Composition I // ENGL 1301 (online & in-person courses available)
  • Composition II // ENGL 1302 (online & in-person courses available>
  • World Literature I // ENGL 2332 (online)
  • Federal Government // GOVT 2305
  • Music Appreciation // MUSI 1306
  • Introduction to Ethics // PHIL 2306
  • Learning Framework // PSYC 1300
  • General Psychology // PSYC 2301
  • Lifespan Growth & Development // PSYC 2314

Looking for something more long-term?

Check out our other options for summer classes!

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learn about financial aid
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Don’t see the course you need on our schedule? Submit a course request form or visit our Online & Distance Education page to learn more about the Virtual College of Texas, where students who are admitted to TC can take a number of online courses through community colleges all across the state of Texas.

Questions about getting started? We’ve got answers!