Our partner universities
We have partnered with some of Texas’ best universities to help you make a smooth transition. Take a look and see if your coursework transfers.
Bellevue University prefers that transfer students obtain an Associate’s Degree, or approximately 60 credit hours, prior to transfer. All applicants not meeting these standards will be referred to TSTC for additional coursework whenever possible. Both institutions will work together to mutually support the needs of their students, and the respective partner institutions.
This agreement is a general articulation agreement, allowing a smooth transition for students transferring between institutions and maximizes allowable transfer of credit.
TSTC and HPU enter into this Agreement in the spirit of cooperation and mutually recognize each other as quality Institutions of higher learning. This Agreement facilitates the transfer of credit from TSTC to HPU for admissions eligibility for the Bachelor of Applied Arts and Sciences (BAAS) degree.
Courses from TSTC earned with a letter grade of “C” or better will be considered for the BAAS degree at HPU. All courses earned at TSTC will be evaluated on a course-by-course basis to ensure that maximum credit can be applied to the BAAS earned at HPU.
This Agreement formally recognizes that both Institutions are active educational partners, committed to providing greater educational opportunities and services for students transferring between Institutions. Student benefits include: scholarships, joint admissions, and Honors College.
TSTC’s partnership with Lamar University will also permit eligible and interested students to transfer certain course work from LU to TSTC to complete requirements for the associate degree issued by TSTC. This process is called reverse transfer or reverse articulation.
This agreement helps to ensure that TSTC students can transfer completed courses to Stephen F. Austin (SFA) without any loss of credit or recognition of approved courses applied toward the Bachelor of Applied Arts and Sciences (BAAS) degree. This partnership also helps to ensure that SFA students can transfer completed coursework to TSTC, where applicable.
The following TSTC programs are covered by the agreement:
This agreement exists, among other reasons, to help support completed course transfer from the partnering institution. Both Temple College and TSTC agree to award credit for all specified courses taught by the other college that are required for applicable degrees or certificates as if those courses were taken at the primary institution.
This agreement formalizes Texas A&M University – Central Texas (TAMUCT) commitment to accept from TSTC the general education requirements and lower-level aviation courses needed for the BS in Aviation Science degree in an effort to provide a seamless transition from TSTC to TAMUCT.
The agreement is for catalog year 2022–2023 & 2023–2024.
The following TSTC programs are covered by this agreement:
Aircraft Pilot Training Technology (Airplane Specialization only)
The objective of this partnership is to offer Engineering students at Texas A&M the opportunity to obtain applied skills through TSTC by way of Occupational Skills Awards. These additional courses give TAMU students a competitive edge when entering the workforce upon graduation from Texas A&M Engineering.
This agreement is designed to support the transfer of completed courses between TSTC and Texas Southmost College. Students who have completed Associates of Applied Sciences (AAS) degrees at TSTC have the opportunity to continue to baccalaureate degrees at Texas Southmost College.
The purpose of this agreement is to prepare a seamless transition from TSTC to Texas Tech University for the completion of a baccalaureate degree.
Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center
This agreement supports an upward articulation agreement from TSTC Nursing students who are interested in obtaining a Bachelor’s degree in Nursing.
A program specific agreement is in place for the following program:
This partnership includes a joint admission program, as well as helps to ensure that TSTC students can transfer completed courses to University of Houston – Victoria and vise versa. The Joint Admission Program enables students to identify themselves as a student of both institutions prior to a change in physical campus location.
TSTC students, who meet The University of Texas at Dallas admission requirements or complete an Associate of Applied Science degree, with at least a 3.0 cumulative GPA, will receive automatic admission to UTD.
Students who have successfully completed the TSTC Core curriculum will have also satisfied the core curriculum at UTRGV. A student will receive academic credit for each of the courses transferred and will not be required to take additional courses at UTRGV to meet its Texas Core Curriculum requirements. Any core credits earned at TSTC will transfer to UTRGV. In addition, TSTC students who have successfully completed 24 semester credit hours and have a minimum of a 2.0 grade-point average, or who have earned an academic associate degree, will be automatically accepted to UTRGV upon application.
In an effort to maximize the resources available through UT Tyler and TSTC, this agreement is intended to create a seamless transfer process, support concurrent enrollment when appropriate, and assist students in completing their educational objectives.
The purpose of this agreement is to enable TSTC students who transfer to Wayland Baptist University to carry with them the credit they have already earned for as much relevant study as possible. The agreement provides a seamless transfer for students as they seek to continue their education and is applicable to the entire WBU system.
The principal mission of WGU is to improve quality and expand access to post-secondary educational opportunities by providing a means for individuals to learn independent of time or place and to earn competency-based degrees and other credentials that are credible to both academic institutions and employers.
The transfer agreement applies to the Associate of Applied Science degrees earned by students at TSTC campuses in the subject areas listed below:
- Registered Nurse
- Cloud Computing
- Computer Programming
- Computer Networking & Systems Administration
- Web Design & Development
Western Governors University will waive the application fee for Texas community college transfer students.
Western Governors University will offer a 5% tuition discount. This discount will be applied for the entirety of any student’s degree program.
TSTC agrees to award credit for all specified courses taught by Wharton County Junior College that are required for the applicable degrees or certificates as if those courses were taken at TSTC. Transcripts will be reviewed in accordance with established policy to determine acceptance of transfer credit between institutions.