The Northeast campus of Tarrant County College in Hurst, Texas, awards associate’s degrees in diverse disciplines that include allied health, the creative arts and communication arts. The Northeast campus also offers weekend courses and service learning opportunities.
Majors available at the Northeast campus include:
- Visual Arts
- Graphic Communications
- Radio and Television Broadcasting
- Dental Hygiene
- Emergency Medical Services
The Northeast campus is home the unique Weekend College as well. The Weekend College allows students in certain programs to attend all of their classes on the weekend.
Many students undertake service-learning assignments outside of class. Service learning assignments could include internships and are completed in one’s major field of study.
Applicants will need to submit an online admissions application and transcripts or a copy of their GED. While not required, SAT or ACT scores may also be submitted. Applicants must also take an entrance exam prior to enrolling.
TCC’s Northeast campus awards need-based federal aid, including grants, loans and work-study money. Many of the school’s individual departments also award academic scholarships. Applicants must submit a FAFSA if they wish to apply for financial aid.
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