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Are you a college or university student who's coming home to Texarkana this summer? Use your summer wisely! While you're home, you can take transferable community college courses to get ahead and save money—this is called enrolling as a transient student. Here are a few reasons picking up classes at TC is a smart choice:
On an average day, we all make thousands of decisions. For professional drivers, those thousands of decisions contribute to your safety and wellbeing while on the roads.
Topics: truck driving
Did you know that nearly everything we use and depend on every day was at some point delivered by a truck driver? When you're on the highway and passing truck after truck, keep in mind that you may have these luxuries thanks to a team of truck drivers.
Topics: truck driving
Touring college campuses is a huge part of the college selection process. Before you book your college tour, check out these 6 tips for making the most of your time on campus.
1. Come with questions.
You know better than anyone else what your goals are, or what you want to get out of the college experience. Before your tour, make a list of questions that will help you decide whether the college is right for you. There’s no better time to ask than while you’re strolling around campus with a tour guide who’s knowledgeable about the institution.
Picking the right college can be overwhelming, but it doesn't have to be! You can narrow down your list by identifying your top priorities. Read on to learn how.
Summer is on the horizon. If you’re a student who’s driven, focused, and wants to graduate from college and start your career faster, summer classes might be perfect for you. Not convinced? There are tons of reasons to enroll in summer classes, but we’ve narrowed it down to the top five.
Your federal financial aid can help you go to college, but it can also be frustrating to navigate. These are the top five mistakes students often make on their financial aid — and how to avoid making them yourself.
These days you’ve got plenty of choices when it comes to furthering your education. Now that you’ve earned your high school diploma, you can choose from four-year colleges and universities, two-year community colleges, technical schools, and for-profit online schools. It’s easy to become overwhelmed by the sheer number of options available.
For many people, though, community college is a smart choice for beginning your higher education journey. Not sure community college is right for you? Check out the ways a community college education could benefit you personally and professionally.
Time to plan ahead! Registering early for college classes helps you beat the crowds and take care of business before the busy holiday season hits.Check out these four great reasons you should register early for college classes.