Central Texas College

Prospective Students

Thanks for considering Central Texas College. We think you will find we are unique, just like you! We are committed to providing you an affordable, accessible education whether you're at our main campus in Killeen, at one of our many military locations or taking online courses from home.

How to Enroll
How to Enroll

Ready to get started? Get step-by-step instructions to guide you through admissions, testing, academic advisement and registration.

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Why CTC?
Why CTC?

CTC offers the convenience and flexibility of a community college and worldwide reach through distance learning and more than 150 locations on or near military installations around the world.

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Explore Degrees & Certificates
Explore Degrees and Certificates

CTC students may select from Associate of Arts, Associate of Science, Associate of Applied Science and a variety of certificate programs. Classroom courses, offered in more than 150 locations, and distance learning courses provide many options for study and allow students to start and finish their degree with CTC.

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Locations
Locations

Headquartered between Killeen and Copperas Cove, Texas, CTC operates worldwide at more than 150 locations in the U.S. and overseas. With more than 140,000 worldwide enrollments per year, CTC continues to grow by adapting programs and services to meet the unique needs of each location and student. Our distance education program allows students to complete an entire degree online or take classes when they are not near a CTC location.

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Paying for College
Paying for College

Central Texas College ranks among the most affordable colleges in the state of Texas. Even our non-resident tuition falls under the tuition assistance cap for military students. Explore ways to pay for your education, from scholarships and financial aid to veteran's benefits.

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Online High School & GED Programs
Online High School and GED Programs

CTC offers two options for adults seeking to complete a high school degree or pass the high school equivalency exam (GED).

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