Dual Enrollment provides high school students the opportunity to take college courses and earn simultaneous college and high school credit in a technical program. College courses are available at some high school campuses through a credentialed instructor, on-site at a Texas State Technical College campus, or through a distance learning class taught by a TSTC instructor. When a student completes their technical pathway while in high school, they can shorten the time it takes to earn a Certificate I, Certificate II or Associate of Applied Science degree at TSTC. Dual Enrollment truly offers students a head start by earning college credit before they graduate from high school.
If you're in high school and want to start on a TSTC technical dual enrollment pathway, find out more at de.tstc.edu.
If you are currently in a TSTC technical dual enrollment pathway, or graduated high school with TSTC technical dual enrollment pathway courses, then you're already a TSTC student! All you need to do is contact our Admissions office, change your major, and complete any additional admissions requirements needed.
If you have dual enrollment courses from another college, contact the Admissions office and send us a copy of your transcript so we can evaluate it for any transfer credit when you apply for admission.