Assessment by Local Exam

Some Texarkana College courses are available for credit by way of an internal proficiency exam developed by the division.  These exams are developed and graded by faculty members. For information on these exams, please contact the division chair.  Approval to take examinations does not guarantee award of credit; other conditions, such as appropriate score, must […]

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Audit Policy

Permission to audit certain courses is granted by the Registrar to students who meet the regular admission requirements if vacancies exist at the close of regular registration. No class or registration records are maintained on audit students. “Application for Audit” forms may be obtained in the Enrollment Services office. Charges for auditing eligible courses are […]

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Baccalaureate Tuition Rebate

A tuition rebate program was created by Senate Bill 1907, 75th Texas Legislature, and is authorized by Section 54.0065 of the Texas Education Code. It applies to students who entered an institution of higher education in fall 1997 or later. The purpose of this program is to provide tuition rebates that will provide a financial incentive […]

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CEU Mirror SCH Classes

A Mirror Course is the articulation of a CEU or non-credit (concurrent) course into a for-credit course applicable toward a certificate or associate’s degree. The continuing education courses must meet the same rigor, evaluation process, and faculty guidelines as the equivalent for-credit courses. The documentation must demonstrate that individual continuing education students have met the […]

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Credit by Examination

College Level Examination Program (CLEP) Texarkana College awards credit for appropriate scores on the nationally-recognized CLEP exams. Information on how to sign up to take CLEP exams can be found on the Assessment and Testing Center’s web site at https://www.texarkanacollege.edu/academics/testing-center/clep/. Cost of CLEP examinations: The College Board Charges $80 for each exam. In addition, Texarkana College […]

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Credit for Military Training and Service

You may be able to receive credit for training received while in the military. For military training to be considered for credit, please order a copy of your Military Joint Services Transcript (JST) by logging into the following web address https://jst.doded.mil/smart/signin.do or you can obtain an Air-Force/CCAF transcript at www.au.af.mil/au/ccaf/transcripts.asp. Request that the transcript be sent to the […]

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Developing Your Portfolio for College Credit

Developing Your Portfolio for College Credit is an online self-paced course that guides students step-by-step through the preparation of components required for a LearningCounts prior learning assessment portfolio evaluation, which may be worth college credit. After completing the course, students can submit a portfolio for assessment by CAEL-trained faculty (cost for each portfolio assessment is […]

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General Requirements for Admission

Jump to: First Time Freshmen, Transfer, Transient First Time Freshmen Complete the application for admission at applytexas.org. Provide an official high school transcript or GED and all transcripts of credit earned from post-secondary, regionally accredited, institutions. Transfer credits will be evaluated by the Registrar. Provide evidence of immunizations as required by state law as required […]

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Guarantee for Transferability / Job Competency

Texarkana College guarantees to its Associate of Arts and Sciences graduates and other students who have completed a formal transfer plan the transferability of course credits to cooperating Texas colleges and universities. If such courses are rejected by a college or university in Texas, a student may take tuition-free alternate courses at Texarkana College, which […]

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