Our transitional programs encourage participation in transfer, two-year certificate and technical programs along with continuing education and developmental programs to ensure opportunities for everyone in the community.
Whether you are the first person in your family to attend college, new to the U.S. education system or a single mother who is in need of support to transition into the workforce, TCC can help.
A program designed to recruit high school students before they graduate and help "Close the Gap".
A program for qualified high school students interested in attending college early and/or earning dual credit.
Participants learn about the educational system of the United States and establish support networks.
This outreach program partners with the community to support and prepare families to succeed in higher education.
This mobile center travels to schools, churches and community events to provide information about college preparation.
A TRIO program designed to improve retention and graduation rates and to help students transition from one level of higher education to another.
The Bridge is a new program on Northwest Campus that is designed to support students academically and socially so they can move from developmental education to college-level courses.
A University Transfer Center is located on each campus to discuss course transferability, basics/core curriculum and four-year degree planning.
This TRIO program provides selected participants year-round support in high school performance and preparation for entrance into college.
TCC and homeless shelter providers in Tarrant County partner to provide an opportunity for a higher education for the homeless.
This program is designed to assist women who are in the transition of returning to school.
Updated April 16, 2014