TJC offers flexible and diverse learning opportunities. Through the dual-credit program, I began taking college level courses during high school. These included English, Economics,World History, Art Appreciation, Pre-Calculus, College Algebra and Biology. These courses were challenging, but well worth the effort. The core curriculum I chose to pursue when I began attending classes after high school graduation included some online courses and one class at a satellite campus site in my hometown. These options, along with multiple sections of each class offered, allowed me the freedom to set my schedule around work and family obligations. The...
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Tyler Junior College is an excellent college. The faculty is outstanding, the campus is beautiful, clean, neat and safe and the ways to get involved are numerous and fun. The people are great, the atmosphere and fellowship is wonderful; its a great place to start a new life in college!» Read More
Home of the world renown Apache Belles!! Being a junior college it is a great stepping stone between high school and the University! Offers many groups and activities to participate in like sports, band, and fraternities/sororities.» Read More
Tyler Junior College is a great stepping stone to a 4-year university, and a convenient school for moms. I am a stay at home mom, and I have been able to take the classes I need through online courses, and also night classes. They also have a lot of certification programs, and even a nursing program.» Read More
It's a great college. Great start out school. I would not change anything about my first year regarding TJC. The teachers are very helpful once you show you give a crap. A lot of programs to get involved in. YOU'LL LOVE IT (If you stay involved)» Read More