Texas State Technical College (TSTC) in Waco, Texas provides career training using the most up-to-date technologies and methods.
Students at TSTC may train to become welders, construction workers, dental assistants, nanotechnologists, air traffic controllers, electricians, chefs and pharmacy technicians, just to name a few.
Not only does TSTC train its students for some of the most rapidly growing careers, its board of professionals from each industry also advises TSTC about current practices and technologies at use in each profession. Students may, therefore, have a seamless transition from school into the workplace.
Those who wish to eventually attend a four-year school may also benefit from TSTC, which offers academic programs in the liberal arts and sciences in preparation for transfer.
Student life at TSTC gives students the opportunity to unwind, socialize and explore other interests. Student organizations and clubs, a school newspaper and a student government association are some examples of these offerings.
Admission requirements include a high school diploma or GED and either the submission of standardized test scores or a passing score on TSTC’s placement test.
Tuition is lower for in-state residents. Financial aid is available to qualifying students.
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