Victoria College in Victoria, Texas, is a community college that is located in “The Crossroads” region, an area that is within two hours of Austin, Corpus Christi, Houston and San Antonio. For more than 80 years, Victoria has been educating thousands of students yearly, and even has the distinction of being one of the oldest and largest colleges in the region.
Programs of study at Victoria College are offered through distinctive academic and professional divisions. These include:
- Allied Health
- Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences
- Science, Mathematics and Physical Education
The Division of Academic Foundations is another department that offers academic degrees specifically for those who wish to transfer to four-year schools.
College life activities include numerous cultural arts offerings. Victoria College houses a museum and sponsors numerous academic lectures, while the town of Victoria boasts several theatres, art galleries, a symphony orchestra and a ballet company.
Victoria College’s financial aid offerings include school scholarships as well as scholarships awarded by area businesses and non-profit organizations. Tuition assistance is also provided by such organizations as Workforce Solutions. Federal financial aid awards, which are based on financial need, include grants and loans. To qualify for federal aid, applicants must submit a FAFSA. Victoria College also offers numerous workshops on how to complete a FAFSA online.
For admissions to Victoria College, applicants need only submit an online application, take an entrance exam, and provide copies of transcripts or their GED certificate.
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