Texas State Technical College Goals for Student Success
Texas State Technical College (TSTC) is a coeducational two-year, multi-campus institution of higher education providing innovative and responsive programs and courses of study in technical education for which there is demand in the State of Texas, with emphasis on advanced and emerging technologies.
TSTC has identified three goals for student achievement and measures the success of students in achieving these goals.
Goal: Serve more students
Measure: Fall headcount-unduplicated (does not include flex entry)
Goal: Confer more awards
Measure: Number of degrees and certificates awarded
Goal: Increase placement
Measure: Number of graduates employed or enrolled after graduation.
The table below provides student achievement data for two years. Data was obtained from the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board - Accountability System.
Serve More Students Unduplicated fall enrollment. Dual credit students are included in the total; flex entry students are not included.
Confer More Awards Number of degrees and certificates awarded. These numbers are duplicated, as a student may earn multiple awards during a school year.
Degrees Awarded - Associates
Degrees Awarded - Certificates
Increase Placement Number of graduates employed or placed in military service in the fourth quarter of the calendar year in which the school year ends and/or enrolled the following fall semester after graduation. Graduates who are employed and enrolled at a two-year institution are included in the "Employed Only" data.
TSTC in Fort Bend County will be closing its campus for the day as Rosenberg police investigate an alleged threat. There is no imminent danger at this time. TSTC administration is closing campus in an abundance of caution for its students and employees. Stay tuned for more information as it becomes available.