Texas is one of the top states for manufacturing because of its valuable assets — a vast reserve of natural resources, premier research institutions, a friendly business environment and a skilled workforce. (That’s where we come in.) Manufacturing...
Harness the wind or electricity and learn how to manage these powerful forces. These well-paid careers are in high demand. At TSTC, you can build skills using state-of-the art training facilities to become a lineworker or an environmental technici...
The sky's the limit at TSTC! Learn from seasoned instructors on high-tech equipment, and launch yourself into a career that has sky-high potential. Learn how to fly at the largest airport in the U.S. that is operated by an educational institution....
Put your work boots on and learn the nuts and bolts of operating and maintaining systems and facilities. Get a handle on HVAC, electrical construction or facilities management, and build the skills you need to learn a trade that will lead to a wel...
Program yourself into a new career, with several different options! From learning how to do computer networking to becoming a cybersecurity wizard, our computer and information technology courses will help land you a skilled job in a growing field.
As our flagship campus, TSTC in Waco offers a wide variety of amenities. You’ll have full access to our Learning Resource Center, gymnasium, cafeteria, volleyball courts, outdoor seating, study rooms, student lounge, indoor and outdoor basketball courts, and more. We even have an online campus store for all your TSTC merchandise and supplies.
We encourage you to join in student housing like our newest Griffith Hall, and immerse yourself in new friendships, ideas and experiences.
At TSTC in Waco, you’re in the heart of Texas, located between Dallas and Austin and home to more than 200,000 residents in the Greater Waco area. The college town – complete with TSTC, a community college, and Baylor University – offers an abundance of shopping, restaurants, and museums in addition to an aquatic center, tennis complex, zoo, and much more. The city is the birthplace of Dr Pepper, the Texas Ranger Hall of Fame and Museum, and the Texas Sports Hall of Fame and the home to the Waco Mammoth Site and the world’s longest lazy river at Barefoot Ski Ranch Cable Park.
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