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Important Deadlines: 2019-2020

Mid-Term Grades Due

October 18, 2019

Last Day to Drop with a “W”

November 8, 2019

End of Fall Semester

December 06, 2019

New Partnership Inquiry Deadline

December 20, 2019

First Day of Spring Semester

January 13, 2020

Official Census Day

January 28, 2020

Mid-term Grades Due

March 06, 2020

New Adjunct Faculty Credentialing Deadline (application/documentation submitted to College)

March 06, 2020

Last Day to Drop with a “W”

April 03, 2020

Final date to return 2020-2021 MOU due back to College /Off-site Facilities Approval Deadline

April 10, 2020

End of Spring Semester

May 01, 2020

All student applications/documents due for Fall 2020

July 2, 2020

First Day of Class

August 31, 2020


TSTC partners with more than 100 high schools across Texas to provide premium technical dual enrollment opportunities -- without the benefit of state funding.

Due to our statewide presence, the expertise of our credentialed instructors and our strong industry relationships, we are able to design programs to meet the technical dual enrollment needs of your high school. Our partnerships with school districts help to fill the workforce needs of Texas. We are committed to our district partnerships, that together we might provide students with strong options for their future.

TSTC stands ready to serve your district's technical dual enrollment needs.


Technical Dual Enrollment Facts


Difference between concurrent enrollment and dual enrollment

Concurrent enrollment means that while still in high school, a student is also enrolled in one or more courses at a college.  

Dual-Enrollment also sometimes referred to as dual credit allows students to earn college and high school credit at the same time. TSTC works with high schools to develop partnership agreements to ensure seamless alignment of high school and college courses.

Under Dual Enrollment:


TSI testing

Although TSTC’s Technical Dual Enrollment pathways consist of workforce courses that may not require students to be TSI complete, it is important for students, parents and educators to understand that all dual enrollment classes are college-level courses. More information about student success & TSI testing can be found at


To inquire about a partnership with your school district and TSTC, please call a campus contact closest to your district's location:


* Only students from school districts with whom TSTC has an agreement are eligible to participate, and courses taken by high school students must be approved by the school district. Additionally, high school students may need to meet placement test criteria. High school dual enrollment students are considered college students. Grades will be recorded on a permanent college transcript, which will affect future college/university admissions, scholarships, and financial aid, just to mention a few. It is important for the student to be committed to the course work and the program they have chosen.

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