Central Texas College is happy to provide resources to promote a college-going culture to the youth of Central Texas. Whether you are looking for someone to speak about career exploration. college entrance or need information on dual credit and Fast Track opportunities, our staff is standing by to assist.
KISD and CCISD school staff may contact:
You'll find information and contact information about our other locations and online programs at this link.
Dual Credit provides students with some great opportunities and significant financial savings. Through the dual enrollment program, students can earn both high school and college credit simultaneously. Because Texas has a common course numbering system, credit is easily transferred between community colleges like CTC and upper-level or four-year public institutions.
Dual Credit offers the following benefits:
· Expands academic options for college-bound high school students;
· Minimizes the duplication of courses taken in high school and college;
· Shortens the time required to complete an undergraduate degree; and
· Significantly reduces the cost of higher education.
Dual credit information for high school counselors can be found here.
Step by step instructions on how to enroll a student in dual enrollment. All dual credit paperwork is included on this page.
Do parents in your school have questions about dual credit? Feel free to share this page with them.
Central Texas College can provide hands-on, one-on-one support to assist every student through each step of the college admissions process. We will walk your students through applying, testing, and financial aid--all on your high school campus.
The TSI Assessment is a mandatory computer adaptive placement examination for Texas students. It is offered on a walk-in basis on CTC's campus, and is available at some high schools. More information about the pre-assessment activity, times available, and fees can be found here.
Has your student taken an AP, IB, or an articulated course in high school? Have they completed a CLEP test? Click here for instructions on how to apply for consideration of credit upon successful completion of six CTC semester hours with grades of C or better.
Click here for your CTC points of contact for dual credit.