Texarkana College
2500 N. Robison Road
Texarkana, TX 75503
Phone: (903) 823-3456
Online: texarkanacollege.edu/ Serving the Ark-La-Tex for over 90 years, Texarkana College is a comprehensive two-year public community college offering more than 100 academic and technical training programs leading to associate degrees and professional certificates. In 2017 and 2019, Texarkana College was ranked No. 1 in the state of Texas for student completion rates. Nationally recognized for its student success initiatives, Texarkana College serves students from all across the United States with a high percentage of its students residing in Miller County, Arkansas as well as Bowie and Cass County, Texas. Small class sizes help ensure that students get the individualized instruction and personalized learning that they deserve. Students who attend Texarkana College save thousands of dollars in tuition and fees (compared to the cost of attending a university) while earning course credit toward their first two years of their bachelor's degree. Texarkana College has numerous opportunities for students to earn scholarships for full tuition and fees for up to two years through the Presidential Scholarship program. TC's Associate Degree Nursing Program was the first accredited nursing program in the state of Texas and remains a premier regional program today.
School Type 2 Year
Funding Type Public
Admissions Information
Requirements TC has an open admissions policy but does require students to meet certain state-mandated admission requirements. Ready to apply to Texarkana College? TC's registration checklist will help guide you through the process. Download a registration checklist here: https://www.texarkanacollege.edu/admissions/checklist/. Want to take a tour? Call and book an appointment with a recruiter for an individualized tour and see inside classrooms, labs and student-centered common areas including a fully equipped gym, student center and a central library and testing center.
Admissions Phone (903) 823-3012
Scholarship Information
Highlights Students may apply for scholarships as new, first time in college students; dual credit students; returning students; or current students enrolled in certain workforce training programs. Health Science students have several scholarships program unique to their field of study. Most scholarships are awarded for fall semester. More Information Click Here Scholarship Phone (903) 823-3267
Tuition Information
Bilingual Admissions Contact Millie Serrano, Education Opportunity Center (903) 823-3272
Financial Aid Information
There are many ways to receive financial aid support at TC. Students may apply for scholarships, including the Presidential Scholarship which pays for up to two years of full tuition and fees. Payment plans are available, along with federal student aid options. TC has one of the lowest student debt rates of all public two-year colleges in the state.
Financial Aid Contact Susan Johnston Director
Financial Aid Phone (903) 823-3267
More Information Click Here

Degree Programs

Administrative Office Technology

Advanced Manufacturing (Choose a focus in: Welding, Machine Tool Tech, Electromechanical Tech, Electrical Engineering Tech, or Mechanical Engineering Tech)

Air Conditioning, Heating & Refrigeration Technology

Allied Health

Automotive Service Technology


Business Computer Information Systems (or Business Information Technology, or Business Information Systems Technology)


Child Care / Child Development

Christian Education

Collision Repair & Refinishing Technology

Computer Information Systems

Computer Information Systems Technology (or Computer Information Technology)

Computer Network Technology (or Computer Networking Technology, or Computer Systems & Networking Technology)

Construction Technology

Cosmetic Science

Crime Scene Investigation

Criminal Justice

Criminal Justice & Corrections

Criminal Justice Technology


Culinary Arts

Culinary Arts/Hospitality


Dental Hygiene

Diagnostic Medical Sonography


Digital Media

Early Childcare Education

Early Childhood Education/Development - Birth to Pre-K credential

Early Childhood Education/Development (Choose a focus in K-6th Grade or Mid-Level)


Education: K-12 PE & Health

Emergency Medical Technology (or Paramedic, or Emergency Medical Technician)

Fine Arts

Fire & Emergency Response

General Business

General Education

General Education (PACE)

General Education-Liberal Arts

General Education-Science

General Studies

Health Professions

Health Science

Health Sciences (choose emphasis: Practical Nursing or Pre-Sports Medicine)

Heating, Air Conditioning, & Refrigeration Technology

Human Services (Choose a focus in: Social Work or Addiction)

Industrial Mechanics & Maintenance (or Industrial Technology, Maintenance Technology, or Industrial & Mechanical Technology)

Law Enforcement

Liberal Arts (or Liberal Studies)

Liberal Arts & Sciences

Medical Assistant (or Medical Assisting)

Nursing (or Registered Nursing)

Office Administration

Office Occupations

Paramedic Technology

Paramedic/Emergency Medical Services

Performance & Media Arts

Pharmacy Technology (or Pharmacy Technician Science)

Practical Nursing




A+ Computer Tech Certification