Issue: 2022-2023

  • Emergency Medical Technician (Basic)

    Occupational Skills Award Must pass these two courses with grades of C or better and be licensed as an EMT before starting the Paramedic Certificate program. First Semester Hours EMSP 1501Emergency Medical Technician 5 EMSP 1160Clinical – Emergency Medical Technology/Technician (EMT Paramedic) 1 Total Hours 6

  • Work-Study Employment

    Federal Work-Study The Federal Work-Study program provides part-time employment for students who are U.S. citizens or permanent residents. To qualify, students must complete a current-year FAFSA application, have demonstrated unmet financial need (as determined by the FAFSA), and maintain an acceptable FA-SAP status. In addition to on-campus jobs, the Federal Work-Study program offers jobs in […]

  • Computer Requirement Policy

    Students are required to have a computer with Internet access for classes. The computer must be an actual computer – smart phones, iPads, Androids, Chromebooks, etc., are not acceptable substitutes because they lack software compatibility necessary to complete all assignments and tests. Financial costs for the necessary equipment and internet access are the responsibility of […]

  • Alternate Operations during Campus Closure

    In the event of an emergency or announced campus closure due to a natural disaster or pandemic, Texarkana College may need to move to altered operations and course delivery methods. During this time, Texarkana College may opt to continue delivery of instruction through methods that include, but are not limited to: online learning management system […]

  • Methods of Admission

    A person may be admitted to Texarkana College by any one of the following methods:

  • Admissions Requirements

    It is the policy of Texarkana College to admit students without regard to race, color, sex, disability, age, or national origin.

  • Academic Calendar

    Download an academic calendar pdf Academic Calendar 2023-2024 Fall 2023 August 16 Wednesday College 101 Student Orientation 16 Wednesday Fall classes begin 28 Monday 14-week classes begin September 4 Monday Labor Day (campus closed) November 17 Friday Last day to drop 20-24 Mon-Fri Thanksgiving Holiday (campus closed) December 7-13 Thu-Wed Final Exams 14 Thursday Fall […]

  • Locations

    Texarkana College’s beautiful main campus is located in the northeast border of Texarkana, Texas, at the junction of Robison Road and Tucker Street, which is approximately one-mile south of Interstate 30 in Bowie County, Texas. Texarkana College sits on a 90-acre campus, and includes a two-acre nature reserve. The twin cities of Texarkana, Arkansas-Texas are located halfway […]

  • Government

    The Texarkana College Board of Trustees consists of seven members. The Board is comprised of representatives from Bowie County Commissioner precincts (one through four) and three at-large representatives.  For names and terms of current trustees, please visit Texarkana College website at www.texarkanacollege.edu/about/board-of-trustees/. Administration of the policies of the Board is delegated to the President of […]

  • History of Texarkana College

    Texarkana College was established in 1927 as a public junior college and as a branch of the Texarkana, Texas, Public School System governed by the Texarkana Independent School District Board of Trustees. First located at 16th and Pine Streets, the campus was composed of classrooms, laboratories, offices, and a gymnasium. The laboratories and gymnasium were […]