How to Apply
Applying to Tyler Junior College is easy.
Step 1: Admission
Complete an application online
Step 2: Submit your Transcripts
Submit either your official high school transcript or your GED scores. High school transcripts must have the date of graduation posted on the transcript. If you are transferring from another accredited college or university, a high school transcript is not required. Instead, submit official transcripts from any accredited college or university that you have previously attended instead. All high school and college/university transcripts must be official (no faxed copies). If you are an international student, please be sure to check on our information about international students.
Step 3: Submit your Test Scores
Submit official THEA scores (unless you are exempt). You may also submit scores from an approved THEA alternative test such as the Accuplacer or Compass test. The TJC Testing Center offers both the THEA and the Accuplacer. Check with the Testing Center for available test times and fees. If you think you may be exempt from taking the THEA because of your SAT, ACT, TAKS scores, or you have completed previous college coursework, contact the office of admissions.
Step 4: More Information
More information about how to apply, and services available to you can be found in the categories on the left under "How to Apply."
The mission of the Admissions office at TJC is to support prospective students by providing open access and equal opportunity to all qualified students through the implementation of the admissions process.