Registration Now Open for Winter 2021 Mini-Mester & Spring 2021 Semester
Please note that registration for both the Winter 2021 Mini-Mester 2021 and Spring 2021 Semester is now open.
What are the steps for registering for classes?
- Review of the “Degree Plan” for your major;
- Review of the Course Schedule for the semester
- Complete the online registration form, sign and submit electronically.
Note that once the registration form has been successfully completed, an acknowledgement letter will be sent by the Office of the Registrar. Your course schedule for the semester however will be sent to you by the Business Office once your courses have been fully processed.
Our advisors will gladly help you complete your schedule right away. For more information, please call 903-593-8311, ext. 2215, or email the Division Chairperson for your major listed below.
Contact information for Division Chairpersons:
Division of Business and Social Sciences:
Business Administration, Criminal Justice, Sociology, Social Work
Dr. Ali firstname.lastname@example.org
Division of Education:
Ms. Brown email@example.com
Division of General Education and Humanities:
English, Religion, Music, Liberal Studies
Dr. Locke firstname.lastname@example.org
Division of Natural and Computational Sciences:
Mathematics, Computer Science, Biology
Ms. Linda Johnson email@example.com
Winter 2021 Mini-Mester
The Winter 2021 Mini-Mester term is a three week mini semester that provides students an additional opportunity, outside the traditional academic terms, to expeditiously continue their college degree pursuits. Students are able to enroll in up to 6 credit hours during the term. Financial Aid is available for those who qualify. The Winter 2021 Mini-Mester is offered to both returning and new students.
Spring 2021 Semester
Given the COVID-19 pandemic’s continued surge throughout the surrounding communities, across the state, U.S., and abroad, the Spring 2021 academic term will be hosted in a virtual landscape. However, following extensive assessment, as well as comprehensive safety implementations, Texas College will offer students on-campus residential options for the upcoming spring semester. Interested students are encouraged to reserve their dorm as soon as possible.