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Admissions
North Texas Admissions:
Tara Monk
Voice: 972.617.4729
Email: tara.monk@tstc.edu
Mailing Address:
TSTC North Texas
PO Box 1499
Red Oak, TX 75154
Location:
156 Loise Ritter Drive
Room 550
Red Oak, TX 75154
Office Hours:
M-F: 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM

The following steps to admissions are for Texas State Technical College North Texas Center in Red Oak campus ONLY.

At Texas State Technical College, we work hard to make every student's admissions process as smooth as possible. Please read carefully through the following 8 steps to begin:

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 972-617-4040. Along with the online, downloaded or printed application, please submit the following forms to the Admissions Office at TSTC North Texas or mail to PO Box 1499, Red Oak, TX 75154:

  • 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.
  • W-9S Tax ID Form

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 certificate/transcript, call the Texas Education Agency (TEA) at 512.463.9292 or visit https://bass.tea.state.tx.us/Tea.GEDi.Web/Forms/CertificateSearch.aspx to purchase and print a copy (*Please note there is a $5 fee)

Step 3

Submit an Official College Transcript from Each College Attended

Submit a 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

Testing

  • Provide scores from an approved standardized test, such as the TAKS, ACT, or SAT.
  • Applicants for admission to TSTC are required to take the TSI Assessment unless otherwise exempted. For information about exemptions or other testing questions, please contact Student Services at 972-617-4729.
  • Students must complete the Pre-Assessment Activity prior to testing. Students must bring the proof of completion form on the day of testing. This form can be printed after completing the online activity. In addition, students are required to bring a photo ID (i.e., driver's license, military ID, passport). The cost of the TSI Assessment is $30, which must be paid before beginning the test. We accept credit/debit card, check, or cash.

Step 5

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: For more information about GI Bill benefits, please visit http://www.gibill.va.gov For information about the Hazelwood Act, please visit http://www.tvc.texas.gov/Hazlewood-Act.aspx Please contact Tara Monk, Director of Student Services, at 972-617-4729 or email at tara.monk@tstc.edu to submit the required paperwork to receive your VA benefits.

Step 6

New Student Orientation

Step 7

Register and Pay for Classes

After completing the above steps, all new students are required to meet with their faculty advisor to register for classes. Students are billed for the current semester expenses (tuition, fees, etc.) at the time of registration and payment is due prior to the first class day. If payments are not made by the deadline, students will be dropped from their courses. Payment plans are available. For more information, contact Loren Moulton in the admissions office, Room 550.

Step 8

TSTC Student ID & Parking Pass

At the time of registration, you will receive your ID card and vehicle parking pass. All TSTC North Texas students are required to have their TSTC ID card displayed at all times.

If you need assistance or have questions, please contact Tara Monk in Student Services at 972-617-4729 or by email at tara.monk@tstc.edu or visit the Office of Admissions in Room 550.











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