Trinity Valley Community College maintains an open door admissions policy and constantly strives to provide programs beneficial to all students. Applicants are considered for admission without regard to race, creed, color, national origin, sex, age or handicap.
Students enrolling in college for the first time may qualify for admission by any one of the following methods:
a. Graduation from a high school
b. A notarized record of the high school equivalent work completed and the date of successful completion or satisfactory completion of the General Educational Development Test (GED).
c. Individual approval by the TVCC Guidance Services office.
d. Pass all sections of a Texas Success Initiative (TSI) approved test (THEA, THEA QT, COMPASS, ASSET, or ACCUPLACER) and submit a notarized statement from a high school official verifying that the student is not enrolled in school.
Beginning freshmen students must have, prior to registration, the following information on file in the TVCC Registrar's Office:
a. A completed "Application for Admission" form
b. An official transcript of high school grades and credits or G.E.D. transcript
c. Official TSI test results
Students who have previously attended other accredited colleges may qualify for admission if the following documents are submitted:
a. a completed "Application for Admission" form,
b. an official transcript of grades and credits from all colleges previously attended. Students on scholastic or disciplinary suspension from other institutions will be required, in addition to the above, to appear before the Admissions Committee which will make the final decision concerning acceptance and conditions of enrollment.
c. official TSI test results
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College Credit Hours
Each Cardette receives two (2) credit hours each semester, which will replace any Physical Education requirements. These credits are transferable to other colleges and universities.