Offered Degrees and Major Programs

Tarrant County College District offers 119 major programs through 1 Year Certificate, 1-2 Years Certificate, Associate, degrees/programs. Of that, 7 programs are offered via distance learning (online classes).
You can view all major programs offered at Tarrant County College District at Area of Study & Major Program page with completer and earning after graduation information.
Offered Programs and Online Availability
Number of ProgramsNumber of Online Programs
Associate462
1 Year Certificate422
1-2 Years certificates313
Total1197
1 Year Certificate1-2 Years CertificateAssociate

Student Population

Total 43,000 students have enrolled to Tarrant County College District. By gender, there are 16,899 male and 26,101 female students are attending the school. The male to female ratio is 0.65 to 1.
Tarrant County College District offers online degree/certificate programs and 39,209 students enrolled in online programs. You can check and view more student population by gender, race, age, and online enrollment at enrollment data page
Student Population by Gender and Race/Ethnicity
TotalMenWomen
American Indian or Alaska Native1456085
Asian2,8581,3391,519
Black or African American7,1012,4414,660
Hispanic14,9905,4929,498
Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander632736
White14,4436,1158,328
Two or More Races1,588623965
Race/Ethnicity Unknown1,517667850
Total 43,00016,89926,101

Important Academic Statistics

The graduation rate at Tarrant County College District is 21% and the transfer-out rate is 19%. The average financial aid amount is $4,768 and 37% of students received grant aid (any source). The next table shows the important statistics at the school.
Important Academic Statistics
Graduation Rate21%
Transfer-out Rate19%
Retention Rate63%
Financial Aid Amount$4,768
Students to Faculty Ratio18 to 1
Number of Faculty (full-time)758
Number of Staff (full-time)2,401

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