A two-year school, Navarro College offers professional training and associate’s degree programs in more than 65 areas of study. You can pursue everything from Fire Protection Technology to Theatre, as well as pre-professional training in Dentistry, Engineering, Medicine, Pharmacy and Veterinary.
Convenience and accessibility are key at Navarro. In addition to its main campus is Corsicana, Navarro has locations in Mexia, Midlothian and Waxahachie. The college’s service area spans five counties in northeast Texas.
Navarro strives to make admissions quick and simple. You can apply online or on paper, and no application fee or essay is required. Navarro has an open admissions policy, so its educational opportunities are available to all who seek them.
Financial aid opportunities at Navarro include state grants and federal grants, loans and work-study. These need-based programs are the main source of financial assistance, but Navarro also funds several scholarship programs. To apply for these, make sure to fill out the scholarship application available on Navarro’s website.
Quick Facts about Navarro College
Small Town Setting
Large (5,000 to 10,000 Undergrad)
On-Campus Housing Available
Parking Permit Required
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- American Indian or Alaska native
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