Registration begins Monday, April 3 for new students. It will end May 2 for the summer semester and Aug. 21 for the fall semester.
It is never too early to start work on your future career. The educational training you receive at Texas State Technical College can make you valuable to a future employer. While no degree program can guarantee a particular career or salary, a TSTC education is respected by industry and has a great return on its investment. Getting started is easy. It begins with completing an application online.
Former TSTC students that have had a break in enrollment for more than one year must reapply by completing the admission enrollment procedures and providing the appropriate required documents. (See Readmit Student Admissions)
Prospective students currently enrolled in high school and seeking admissions as Early College High School or Dual Credit Admissions must complete additional requirements. (See Dual Enrollment Student Admissions)
Prospective students seeking admissions and who are not United States Citizens must meet additional requirements. (See International Student Admissions)
Our Admissions Checklist can help ensure you are on track to enroll.
Please note: All documents submitted by applicants who do not register for the term indicated on the admission application will be retained for one year in Admissions. At the end of one year, all records are discarded unless the applicant has notified Admissions of continued interest in attending TSTC. All documents become the property of TSTC and are not returned to the students.
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