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These 8 jobs make $55k+ a year and only require an associate’s degree. See which ones TJC offers! (HINT: all of them)

It’s a common myth that you “need” a bachelor’s or higher to enter the workforce. Not true! Many jobs, especially in healthcare, only require an associate’s and the starting pay is high. While we always encourage pursuing your education further, an associate’s degree is more than enough for many professions. Take a look: CNBC…

Midterm Help is on the Way! Use these 8 workshops to succeed this semester

We all need a little extra help sometimes when it comes to mastering our studies. Thankfully our tutoring center and wonderful librarians have created workshops to help you not only succeed in your classes but in your life as well. Grammar and Punctuation Right now, grammar and punctuation might not seem that important but, they are…

Have a question about the enrollment process? Text us!

Do you have quick questions about the enrollment process? Text us at 903-371-0120. We have admissions recruiters ready to answer your common enrollment questions. How it works We can answer questions about: Applying Testing and TSI Submitting proper paperwork Directing you to appropriate resources for financial aid and scholarships Important deadlines We cannot answer questions about Personal information protected…

Wondering about Fast Track to TJC? Click here!

You may have seen events at TJC called “Registration Rally,” “New Student Orientation” and “Fast Track to TJC.” So what’s the difference, and which one should you go to? Registration Rally: For new, current, or transfer students who need to see a TJC advisor before they register for classes. Registration Rally is a quicker way to…

Summer classes – are they right for you?

You’ve probably heard from other students what they are doing with their summer: going to class! If you’ve never taken a summer class, you might be wondering, are summer classes right for me? Here are my top 5 reasons to take a summer class: Efficiency. Did you know that taking 12 hours a semester will…

Onward, Apaches: Quick Thoughts Before Graduation

This week I’m graduating from TJC with an associate’s degree in business administration. I’ve spent that last two years meeting new people, studying for tests, and running from class to work to Phi Theta Kappa meetings. There are a lot of things I’m going to miss, but I’m also looking forward to transferring to…

Visiting Students: Get ahead on your degree plan!

Are you ready to join other savvy students who are taking classes at both their senior institution and TJC? TJC is a great choice to pick up a class because of our: Low Cost: we are 1/3 the price of state colleges (Seriously, check out our cost calculator!) Convenience: May, summer, and winter…

The best study spots around campus

Getting a good cram session in is all about ambiance. When you are at the right place, studying is actually (a little bit) enjoyable! Here are a few of my favorite places on campus to study and do some homework. The Vaughn Conservatory Greenhouse AKA Narnia is full of sunshine and beautiful plants. There are tables…

The Best Start Here: Getting the Most Out of New Student Orientation

You have a lot going on right now! For many students, senior year is filled with great memories and high hopes for what the future holds. Some students may be entering college after a few years off and are just as excited to begin a new phase of their lives. Regardless of where you…

How to Succeed in a Mini-Semester Class

Mini-semester classes are a great way to complete a course. See 8 Reasons Mini-Semester Classes Can Work For You to learn why these are so great. Here are the top ways to successfully complete your upcoming short-term classes! Pick a class you’re fairly confident in. Calculus II in eight weeks is not for everyone….