TCC College Access Program

  • 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 College Access 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

Step 2: TCC Application

  • To complete the application to Tarrant County College, students must complete the Apply TCC application.

    Click here for an application instruction guide.

    Watch the video below to learn how to apply to TCC.

    *TCC will be on the CTHS campus to assist interested students in completing the TCC application on October 20, 2021. 

Step 3: WebAdvisor & 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 Webadvisor.

    WebAdvisor: Log in to WebAdvisor.

    How to Login to WebAdvisor for the First Time: Download this page for step-by-step instructions.

    WebAdvisor Help: If needed, get help logging into WebAdvisor.

    TCC Help Desk: Contact the TCC Help Desk if having trouble logging into TCC accounts.

    Watch the video below for assistance in setting up WebAdvisor.

Step 4: Pre-Assessment Activity for TSIA2 Exam (TSI)

Step 5: TSIA2 Exam (TSI)

  • TSI Assessment: Students that have not met the exemption criteria will need to take the TSI. The link provided outlines instructions for taking the assessment through the TCC testing center. Once steps 1 through 4 of the College Access program are complete, students can use these instructions to test through TCC at any time. 

    *Testing will also be available at CTHS for seniors completing steps 1-4 of the TCC College Access Program. Dates for testing are TBD.

     

Step 6: Financial Aid

  • FSA ID: Create a FSA ID to electronically sign your FAFSA and manage your account.

    FAFSA: Apply for federal student financial aid.

    Financial Aid at TCC: Learn more about financial aid at TCC.

Step 7: Meet with a Success Coach

  • For students wanting to take classes at TCC after high school graduation, making contact with a Success Coach is an important step. By meeting with a Success Coach students will receive their next steps in enrolling in TCC as a college student.

    Contact a Success Coach by:

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