TCC has six campuses located in Fort Worth, Arlington, Hurst and online.
The Center of Excellence for Aviation, Transportation and Logistics (CEATL) opened in Fall 2014 at Alliance Airport as part of the Northwest Campus.
The Center of Excellence for Energy Technology (CEET) opened in Fall 2015 at the South Campus.
Other sites include the TCC Opportunity Center, TCC Corporate Training Center Alliance Texas and several learning centers.
We are the third-largest college or university in Texas, based on annual enrollment.
Approximately 1 in every 21 Tarrant County residents takes a class at TCC each year.
We offer seven types of degrees - Associate of Arts, Associate of Arts in Kinesiology, Associate of Arts in Music, Associate of Arts in Teaching, Associate of Science, Associate of Science in Chemistry and Associate of Science in Mathematics. In addition, degrees and certificates are offered in more than 60 different occupational/technical programs, which include 70 Associate of Applied Science (AAS) degrees and nearly 130 Certificates of Completion.
Community and Industry Education Services offer a wide range of convenient, affordable and flexible programs: career programs,
continuing professional education, corporate services, college and career readiness
classes, children and youth programs, lifelong learning courses and community outreach
TCC was established in 1965 and South Campus opened in Fort Worth for students in Fall 1967.
Mission statement: Tarrant County College provides affordable and open access to quality teaching and learning.
Student-faculty ratio: 26:1
Districtwide full-time employees: approximately 2,247
Districtwide full-time faculty: more than 670
Districtwide adjunct faculty: more than 1,300
Fall 2015 enrollment: 51,705
Spring enrollment: 48,129
Fall 2014 enrollment: 50,765
Average age of student: 25.7 years
- Female: 58.2%
- Male: 41.8%
- African-American: 18.6%
- Anglo: 41.8%
- Asian: 5.8%
- Hispanic: 28.9%
- Native American: 0.5%
- Other: 4.3%
*Categories of race/ethnicity may differ depending on the use of data.
Source: Statistical Handbook
Updated November 04, 2015