Tarrant County is a public college located in Fort Worth, Texas. It is a big institution with an enrollment of 15,077 undergraduate students. The Tarrant County acceptance rate is 100%. Popular majors include Liberal Arts and Humanities, Business, and Information Science. Graduating 25% of students, Tarrant County alumni go on to earn a starting salary of $29,100.
Tarrant County College Rankings
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Evening Degree Programs
- of students agree that professors put a lot of effort into teaching their classes.329 responses
- of students agree that it is easy to get the classes they want.304 responses
- of students agree that the workload is easy to manage.306 responses
Most Popular Majors
Liberal Arts and Humanities4,362 Graduates
Information Science394 Graduates
Accounting Technician and Bookkeeping144 Graduates
Sign Language137 Graduates
Aircraft Maintenance133 Graduates
Automotive Mechanics116 Graduates
HVAC and Refrigeration Engineering Technician107 Graduates
Fire Protection and Prevention93 Graduates
Undergrads Over 25
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Tarrant County College Reviews
My experience at Tarrant County College was exceptional. I loved the small classroom settings, making learning more personal and comprehensive. The teachers at Tarrant County College love what they do and teach as though they want each student to succeed in life. The teachers make the curriculum fun and easy to learn, keeping each student engaged and participating. The campus is always clean and pleasant. Tarrant County College offers many resources and tools for students to use to help maximize their learning. I love how low tuition is at Tarrant County College, making it easy for students to pay for tuition without taking out a loan. The only thing that I wish was different at Tarrant County College is their lack of a Cosmetology program, other than that I definitely recommend this school!
To simply sum up my time at TCC, I will say that everything moved quickly for me because of the motivating push I had from the faculty and my professors. I was able to attend TCC soon after high school and I was overjoyed with how inexpensive an experience it was – one of the biggest benefits to attending a community college, you won’t leave with any debt. The diversity at TCC was unfathomable and just something to really step back and take in and appreciate. Sometimes people will try to make you feel as though you are a cop out for attending a community college and you’re not really getting the full experience, but don’t let them lie to you; TCC makes it quick, easy, and affordable for everyone, and who can argue with that?!
I spent my first year in college at Tarrant County College. I feel that Tarrant County College is average in most areas. The one area that is above average is the cost per hour. I was able to complete my first year with absolutely no debt. A community college is a great transition between high school and a university. Tarrant County College has four different campuses. Each campus is easy to get to and offers many types of programs. They have a variety of course times including weekend courses. It would be an excellent choice for those on a budget!