(903) 923-1010

2650 East End Blvd. South
Marshall, TX 75671
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Patricia Robbins
Director of Admissions
and Records/Registrar
voice: 903.923.3262
fax: 903.923.3280
Email: Registrar
Admissions Office:
voice: 903.923.3290
voice: 903.923.3234
voice: 903.923.3262
Mailing Address:
TSTC Marshall
2650 East End Blvd. South
Marshall, TX 75671
Admissions Office is located in the Administration Building in Room 152
Office Hours:
M-F: 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
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Financial Planning Helping you see the big pictureAt Texas State Technical College we think youíll find our prices very reasonable and cost-effective. Even so, we are proud to offer our students potential financial aid from a variety of resources to help fund their education.

TSTC's philosophy is to provide financial assistance to students who would otherwise be unable to pursue a postsecondary education. Nonetheless, it often takes the help of family, as well, to meet all the needs of the studentís education. Our financial aid staff is happy to assist students and parents with questions and concerns.

Texas State Technical College Marshall is accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges to award Associate of Applied Science degrees and Certificates of Completion. Contact the Commission on Colleges at 1866 Southern Lane, Decatur, Georgia 30033-4097, 404-679-4500 or Website: http://www.sacscoc.org for questions about the accreditation of Texas State Technical College Marshall.

The Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges should be contacted only if there is evidence that appears to support TSTC Marshall's significant non-compliance with a requirement or standard related to accreditation.

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Please keep in mind that...

  • Not all students are eligible for grant assistance.
  • Your financial aid package may not meet all your needs.
  • Financial aid is not always available when each term begins. Students must consider deadlines, processing time and federally mandated waiting periods.
  • You must be complete in the Admissionís office before financial aid can be awarded

An institutional financial aid professional is expected to always maintain exemplary standards of professional conduct in all aspects of carrying out his or her responsibilitie. To find out more about the Code of Conduct for Institutional Financial Aid Professionals click here.

At Texas State Technical College, we work hard to make every student's admissions process as smooth as possible. Below, you'll find eight easy steps in the admissions process:

Step 1

Complete the Admissions Application

Apply online - It's quick and easy! You can also download an application, or request a printed application by calling the Admissions Office at (903) 923-3290. Along with the online, downloaded or printed application, please submit the following forms:

  • Student Health Services Form
    The information requested on this form is needed to complete state and federal government reporting requirements and does not affect your enrollment or your admission to TSTC.
  • Special Population Form
    It is the policy of TSTC to identify and provide services for all students qualifying as "Special Student Populations." Special Student Populations are defined by federal statute and include individuals who are educationally or economically disadvantaged, disabled, limited English proficient, and individuals enrolled in programs designed to eliminate gender bias. There are definitions listed on the Special Population Form. Please check the ones that apply to you. If none of them apply, complete section I only, and return to TSTC. Note: Ethnicity and gender information solicited in Section I is requested on a "voluntary" basis for affirmative action reports and will not be used as a factor in the admissions process.

Step 2

Submit an Official High School Transcript or GED Diploma.

Submit an official high school transcript or your GED diploma to the Admissions Office, if you have not previously attended college. The high school transcript must be an official transcript - imprinted with the school's seal and delivered in a sealed envelope. If you received your GED in Texas and need an official diploma, call the Texas Education Agency (TEA) at 512.463.9292 to obtain one.

Step 3

Submit an Official College Transcript from Each College Attended.

Submit an official high school and college transcript from all previously attended colleges to the Admissions Office. The college transcript(s) must be an official transcript - imprinted with the college's seal and delivered in a sealed envelope.

Step 4

Provide Scores from an Approved Standardized Test.

Applicants for admission to TSTC are required to take a placement test (i.e. THEA, Accuplacer, Compass, etc.) unless otherwise exempted. For information about exemptions or testing contact Testing Office at 1-903-923-3227.

Step 5

Complete the Campus Housing Application (if applicable).

If you are required, or choose to reside in campus housing, send a completed Campus Housing Application and a deposit to the Housing Office. Housing assignments are based upon the date the housing deposit is received. To reserve a room on campus, submit your application and deposit early! Applications will not be processed without deposit. Applicant's who are exempted from residing on campus, must complete the Off-Campus Living Request Form. Exemptions are listed on the Off Campus Living Request Form.

Step 6

Complete the Applications for Financial Aid/Sponsorship.

COMPLETE FINANCIAL AID APPLICATIONS EARLY! The "Free Application for Federal Student Aid" can be found at fafsa.ed.gov. We recommend that you apply at least four months prior to registration. If you are applying for federal financial aid, including the Pell grant and other financial aid, complete the "Free Application for Federal Student Aid" (FAFSA) and submit it to the federal processor. Contact the Financial Aid Office or visit their webpage for more information on other grants, scholarships, student loans or sponsoring agencies such as WIA or DARS. Veterans wanting to use their VA benefits should contact the college VA Certification Officer.

Step 7

Register and Pay for Classes.

After completing the above steps, all students new to the campus, must complete new student orientation, where you will meet your advisor and register for classes. Students are invoiced for the current semester expenses (tuition, fees, etc.) at the time of registration and payment is due prior to the first class day. Payment plans are available, contact the Student Accounting Office for details.

Step 8

Texas State Technical Student ID

A TSTC student ID is required for use of college services, such as the computer labs, free attendance to TSTC events, checking out books at the library, and using the workout facilities. ID cards are issued during New Student Orientation.

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