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Tarrant County College District Admissions Stats

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AP Acceptance: Yes
Credit for Life Experience: Yes

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Contact Info

1500 Houston St Fort Worth, TX 76102-6524
Phone: (817) 515-8223
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Tarrant County College District
  • Located in Fort Worth, TX
  • Public
  • 49,108 students enrolled
  • - admitted
  • $2,544 annual cost to attend


Student Responses to Review Topic: Tips for Prospective Students
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  • Lauren from Colleyville, TX
  • I am a current student here

    Don't take your basic core classes lightly, every point counts and it's important to have a thorough understanding of each subject to have a well-rounded education and a basis of knowledge to pursue a higher degree. Students save thousands of dollars by doing basics at TCC and are able to usually transfer core-complete to a major university.

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  • Michelle - Haltom City, TX
  • I am a current student here

    If you’re a first time student be sure to try and sign up for classes the first day or as soon as possible. The core classes like math, science, history, and history are first to go. After a week, maybe less, you’ll be waitlisted.

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  • Caylie from Fort Worth, TX
  • I am a past student here

    Participate in groups and societies to soak yourself in all the social benefits. Additionally utilize all of the free resources such as the library, gym, academic advisors, etc.

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  • A - Fort Worth, TX
  • I am a current student here

    Okay school, its definitely cheap which can be both good and bad. If you qualify for the Pell grant it's pretty much free. You definantly must research your teachers first- there's some crazies here! I had one teacher that spoke jibberish, I'm not sure when Athenian became a new word for the language Latin (especially since the Athenians spoke Greek) but that's the only thing I could understand in one of his sentences and didn't know he meant Latin until he wrote on the board! My math teacher seemed like she was straight out of college and was too into math and I ended up teaching it to myself. Also the phrase "good enough for government work" describes a lot of the people in the different offices especially Business Services and the International Student Office so expect different answers from different people and be persistent if needed. They also drop classes on you last minute so there's no time to get into a class that's open still. There are some really good teachers here, however, and if you try you can find them. Some of the teachers can be like easy high school teachers so it's probably good for a transition for people maybe not ready for university classes, but others are actually challenging but still encouraging and helpful and you can learn a lot-- which to me was great. Overall I guess you trade the price for poorly-run and hit or miss teachers.

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