Welcome parents and families! We are so excited that you and your student(s) have shown interest in attending Central Texas College. This web page is designed to provide resources for parents and families to assist their student(s) transition to college.
The Office of Student Life & Activities conducts walking tours for prospective students, newly admitted students, and group tours for schools and organizations.
Want to know more about our program offerings to help you pinpoint your interest? Explore our programs here!
All CTC credited students worldwide will receive a CTC student email account following their initial class registration. This email is a permanent and free student email address for students beginning with the Fall 2014 semester.
After initial class registration, all official electronic correspondence between financial aid and students will be via email.
The CTC Foundation has approximately 170 scholarships providing about 200 awards to competitively selected students every year.
All tuition and fees are subject to change as approved by the Board of Trustees.
The Student Life & Activities office supports and guides student development by providing opportunities for individual and group interaction through student organizations, tournaments, field trips, and other social and seasonal activities.
The Central Texas College Academic Studio – Student Success Center (AS-SSC), located on central campus in Killeen, provides comprehensive services that support student success and goal completion.
Whether you're thinking ahead and want to earn credits before you graduate or you're preparing for graduation and need a plan for your future, it's time you checked out CTC.
The Career Center is a leader in continuously fostering positive partnerships with employers, students, alumni, faculty, staff, administrators, and the greater community.
This Student Handbook will provide you with useful information to aid in the development of communication between you and CTC’s faculty and staff
It is important that Central Texas College students familiarize themselves with our academic policies and procedures. These policies are good guidelines to help students navigate more common academic tasks, such as dropping courses, withdrawing from classes, enrollment, core curriculum and more.
2 Plus 2 articulations are agreements between Central Texas College and senior institutions that permit CTC students to "lock in" to a 4-year degree when they register at CTC.
All students must apply for graduation by filling out an Online Graduation Application.
Please note: There are no fees for transcripts. However, if you choose Express or Priority, mailing charges still apply.
Access to campus safety policies and procedures, campus police information, employee assistance, and wellness program information.
The Student and Employee Assistance Program/Substance Abuse Resource Center (SEAP/SARC) offers a wide variety of counseling services and referrals to help students and staff to overcome issues of personal, educational, or professional concerns.
Through collaboration and support of the entire campus community, Disability Support Services (DSS) provides educational access for students who submit appropriate disability documentation.
In accordance with Title IX laws, all forms of sex discrimination, including but not limited to: sexual assault, sexual harassment, sexual misconduct, sexual violence, and failure to provide equal opportunity in educational programs and co-curricular programs including athletics, discrimination based on pregnancy, and employment discrimination are strictly prohibited by Central Texas College. CTCD's Title IX Coordinator is: David R. Hickman, Director, Risk Management / Title IX Coordinator Building 155, Room B106E 254-501-3028 / 940-217-9244 RDepartment@ctcd.edu