Northwest Campus CFK
College for Kids (CFK) at TCC Northwest is a 3-week summer enrichment program for children in the 3rd through 8th grades. Courses are taught by experienced and motivated faculty who encourage and challenge students in an atmosphere that supports inquiry and exploration.
Northwest Campus CFK courses are offered at:
- Northwest Campus
4801 Marine Creek Parkway
Fort Worth, TX 76179
Visit our Northwest Campus location page for information on directions.
Information about costs and fees, eligibility, food and snacks, transportation and activity periods can be found on our main CFK page.
Dates & Deadlines
Application and Registration Dates
|March 18, 2024
|April 2, 2024
|July 8–25, 2024
Orientation Dates and Times
|Thursday, June 27, 2024
|12:30 p.m. or 5:30 p.m.
Learn more about orientation.
Costs & Fees
Visit our main College for Kids page for information about costs and fees.
Morning & Afternoon Session Schedule
You may register your students for morning sessions, afternoon sessions, or both.
|Supervised Activity Period (For additional fee)
Learn more about drop-off/pick-up and supervised activity periods.
Apply & Register for Classes
Visit our main College for Kids page for information about applying and registering for College for Kids.
Drop-Off/Pick-Up & Supervised Activity Periods
Drop-off and pick-up locations will be discussed at orientation.
Early and Late Pick-Ups
If your student needs to be picked up before their session ends, please call the LCL office at 817-515-7759 to notify TCC staff.
Parents should pick up their students from the LCL office. A picture ID is required. For safety purposes, parents are not allowed to pick up students from classrooms.
Supervised Activity Periods
Supervised activity periods help accommodate parents' work schedules and are available before morning activity sessions or after afternoon activity sessions.
- Available times: 7–7:50 a.m. and/or 5–5:50 p.m.
- Cost: $40 for morning activity period and/or $40 for afternoon activity period
You must sign your children into and out of these supervised activity periods when you drop them off and pick them up. Please have your picture ID with you. TCC campuses are public spaces and we do not leave children unattended.
Orientation is necessary for all new students. During orientation, your students will receive a t-shirt, maps, schedule and other important information. You may also tour the campus and find your classroom locations.
Returning students who choose not to attend orientation are still responsible for knowing the information shared.
Read the orientation information included in your students' packet, and stop by the Northwest Campus Copy Center (NW05 1002) to request a TCC photo ID for your student.
Lifestyle and Community Learning
Updated February 21, 2024