TCC - Student Recruitment & Outreach
Tarrant County College is a two-year college that provides students with educational opportunities to support degree or certificate goals and help with career preparation.
The TCC Student Recruitment & Outreach program provides pre-college information, testing, advising, financial aid and admissions services for high school seniors at participating high schools, including Chisholm Trail High School.
Senior students interested in pursuing a degree or certificate at TCC, or that are planning to take at least one class at TCC to transfer to another college or university are eligible to participate in the program. Follow the steps below to participate.
Step 1: Online Interest Card
TCC will visit English 4 classes at CTHS on Thursday, October 26, 2023. TCC will provide a brief TCC 101 session and request students interested in TCC complete the online interest form.
For dual credit students, please complete the online interest form if you are interesting in taking courses at TCC after high school graduation.
Step 2: TCC Application
To complete the application to Tarrant County College, students must complete the Apply TCC application.
TCC will be available during English 4 classes on November 29, 2023, to assist students with completing the TCC application.
Students that have completed dual credit courses through TCC do NOT need to complete another application to TCC. Dual credit students need to ensure they complete the online interest form indicated in Step 1.
Watch the video below to learn how to apply to TCC.
Step 3: Hello! TCC & TCC Email Setup
*After completing the application to TCC, you should receive an email within 48 to 72 hours from TCC that includes your TCC ID number, email address, and instructions for accessing Hello! TCC.
Hello!TCC: Log in to Hello!TCC
Hello!TCC: If needed, get help logging into Hello!TCC.
TCC Help Desk: Contact the TCC Help Desk if having trouble logging into TCC accounts.
TCC will be available during lunch periods on February 7, 2024, to assist students that completed an application to TCC in setting up their Hello!TCC account.
Step 4: Meet with an Enrollment Coach
For students wanting to take classes at TCC after high school graduation, making contact with an Enrollment Coach is an important step. By meeting with an Enrollment Coach students will receive their next steps in enrolling in TCC as a college student.
Contact an Enrollment Coach:
Narketta Myles - CTHS Enrollment Coach
Or, Contact a Success Coach:
- Email email@example.com (students must use their TCC email account to email a success coach)
- Chat online with a success coach by clicking this link
- Call 817-515-7788
Step 5: TSIA2 Exam (TSI)
TSI Assessment Exemptions: See if you are exempt from taking the TSI assessment.
Students that complete Texas College Bridge (TCB) English or Texas College Bridge (TCB) Math can supply their TCB completion certificate to the registrar at TCC and you will receive a waiver for TSI in the specified subject. As long as students take and gain a "C" or higher in a qualifying college course, they will gain a permanent TSIA2 exemption in that subject area. Please review the Texas College Bridge information posted on the CTHS College and Career Readiness site.
Students can email TCB completion certificates to the TCC NW Campus Registrar at firstname.lastname@example.org through their student TCC email account.