Our Abilene campus offers three facilities for commuter students, in the heart of the Big Country. We offer a variety of in-demand training opportunities and have flexible daytime, afternoon, and evening classes. Courses are offered on our main campus and at our new Abilene Industrial Technology Center. The Industrial Technology Center campus is conveniently located near Dyess Air Force Base to serve military personnel and families there.
This tight-knit, commuter campus gives you the individual attention you deserve. With a low student-to-instructor ratio, Breckenridge is a commuter campus where you’re at the center of it all. Plus, with three lakes nearby, you can quickly get away from it all in beautiful surroundings. The recently remodeled Breckenridge Technology Center is home to cutting-edge equipment, where you can put your growing skills to work. Also, there are several on-campus spots for studying—and socializing—with classmates. An added bonus is that the Breckenridge community offers generous scholarship opportunities to TSTC students, which is a benefit not to be overlooked.
Just seven miles from Lake Brownwood, the Brownwood campus is a newly renovated facility with high-tech equipment for students to use in learning new skills. Situated in the Pecan Bayou of the Pecan Valley, the Brownwood campus is a place where students who attend TSTC have training opportunities in conjunction with many central Texas companies.
Nestled on 57 acres outside of Austin, this branch of TSTC has joined forces with Temple College and Texas A&M to offer students the best training and academic opportunities. We offer the highly specialized and advanced technical education training you will need to work in nearby manufacturing and tech industries.
TSTC in East Williamson County is part of a multi-institutional teaching center called The East Williamson County Higher Education Center (EWCHEC). The college is committed to providing citizens of Hutto, Taylor and the surrounding areas access to highly specialized and advanced technical education that can lead to great career opportunities. The center is housed in the new 112,000 square-foot EWCHEC facility in Hutto.
Join us at our Fort Bend campus, where we’re working on training students to fill jobs in one of Texas’s fastest-growing and most diverse counties. In partnership with Wharton County Junior College, Texas State Technical College (TSTC) provides technical instruction, and WCJC provides academic instruction on our growing campus. With tremendous support from local community leaders to help fill the skills gaps and train local workers in the Greater Houston area, TSTC offers programs in Fort Bend County, including Industrial Systems Technology, Cyber Security, and Welding Technology. It’s a great place to learn new skills and make connections to a new career.
Located just 40 miles from South Padre Island in the Rio Grande Valley, this is our biggest campus. Some of our most popular areas of study are medical, information technology, manufacturing, and wind energy. Want to transfer academic credits to another institution? Enroll in our academic track here and you can earn an Associate of Science (AS) or an Associate of Applied Science (AAS) degree.
Set in the Piney Woods of East Texas, the Marshall campus is a place for people who love the outdoors. The campus was built in 1991 and features state-of-the-art classrooms, on-campus furnished apartments for single students, and a wide variety of student activities.
If you’re looking to build high-tech skills and gain training on state-of the-art equipment, the Ellis County campus is the place to start your training. For students of nearby Red Oak High School, we offer tech training to high school students who have their sights on a tech career and offer dual credit to those students. Start your future today earning college credit in high school, and be in a well-paying job before you know it.
Just three miles outside of historic Sweetwater, this campus offers student housing and a full-service cafeteria. In our fully furnished labs, you will learn on equipment and tools used on the job. Our newly renovated library offers study rooms for individual or group sessions. The Student Center is a 36,000-square foot, two-level facility where you can exercise, participate in intramural sports, relax in open social areas, or play a variety of console or table games after classes. Relax after class at nearby Lake Sweetwater.
The original campus, Waco has the largest number of programs and students. Whatever industry you are looking to build skills in, we have it here. Want to become a Tesla mechanic? We are the only college in the state offering that education. Looking to take flight with an aerospace career? We manage our own airport on campus. No matter what career you are interested in, TSTC in Waco can help you to start on the path to that new career.