Trinity Valley Community College

Business and Computer Science
David Loper
Division Chair

100 Cardinal Drive
Athens, TX 75751

903-675-6263 (fax)


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Posted: 4/13/2012 2:06:08 PM

 Hello, I am David Loper, Chairman of Business and Computer Science Division for the Trinity Valley Community College.

If you are considering attending a Community College for two semesters, or two years or considering attending a community college for two years and then transferring to a University, I invite you to look at Trinity Valley Community College. TVCC is a higher education institution with a faculty that cares about the students we educate.  If you are interested in a learning environment that has medium sized classes, a friendly classroom atmosphere, a caring faculty and personal attention given to each student, we have a place for you. I invite you to examine the Accounting Certificate and the Two-Year Accounting Degree that is offered at Trinity Valley Community College.  I would also invite you to examine the University-Transfer Degree for Business Administration which includes: Accounting, Economics, Finance, Management, Marketing, and General Business.

You may read the course descriptions of the Accounting courses by going to the home page of Trinity Valley Community College, under the heading Academic Information, click on Courses of Instruction and then select Accounting.

David Loper holds an A.A. degree from Lon Morris College, B.B.A. from Stephen F. Austin State University with a Major in General Business and a Minor in Economics. Additionally, he received a Master of Business Education from SFA with a Major in Business Education and a Minor in Economics. Mr. Loper has continued his professional educational training with 35 graduate hours above his Master's degree in Accounting from University of North Texas, University of Texas at Tyler, SFA, Texas A&M University- Corpus Christi, Texas A&M University- Bryan College Station, and Texas A&M- Commerce.

David Loper has served on the faculty at TVCC since 1973. He is an award winning professor of Accounting and has received numerous honors and awards. He became Chairman of the Business and Computer Science Division in 2000 and continued to teach the following Accounting courses for TVCC:

Financial and Managerial Accounting
Introduction to Accounting
Cooperative Education-Accounting Technician
Introduction to Computerized Accounting
Current Accounting Applications
Computerized Accounting Applications