East Williamson County
Hutto, TX 78634
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.
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...
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...
Take your culinary skills to a professional level in our Culinary Arts program. Learn basic and specialized culinary principles and techniques, and get the hands-on experience that could land you in the culinary job of your dreams. Bon appétit!
Do you have an eye for design? Blend your creative skills with technology and develop impressive visuals to tell a story, create an ad or build compelling online content. Learn industry tools to build your skills and your portfolio. Our internship...
TSTC in East Williamson County is part of a multi-institutional teaching center called the East Williamson County Higher Education Center (EWCHEC), a 112,000 square-foot facility on 57 acres. One of our biggest campuses, we have training opportunities in many program areas that will lead you to the job of your dreams.
There is event space on the third floor that is available for rent. Call 512-759-5900 to start a reservation.
Austin is close by but you won’t have to travel far for what you need. Our East Williamson County campus offers you access to our Learning Resource Center, lunch counter, microwave, outdoor seating, student lounge, study rooms and vending machines. We even have an online campus store for all your TSTC merchandise and supplies.
East Williamson County, also known as Wilco, is a fast-growing area. Due to its proximity to Austin, and that city’s expansion northward, and being home to several large employers, like Dell Computers’ international headquarters, the area has evolved into a bustling area where people can live and work. With over 420,000 people in the county, whatever it is you like to do, it’s here.
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Find out more information about safety on campus from our Clery Report.