Potential Apaches and their families can get a free, firsthand look at Tyler Junior College during its Apache Preview Day, set from 1 to 4 p.m. Saturday, April 4, on the TJC main campus.
“Apache Preview Day is a half-day showcase where future students and their parents can get an up-close look at our academic programs and vibrant campus life,” said Claire Mizell, TJC director of admissions.
Information sessions will be held for financial aid and scholarships, housing, career planning, enrollment steps and the TJC Promise program.
Participants will be given a tour of TJC’s campus, have the opportunity to meet with faculty, deans and academic advisors, and take a look at campus activities and organizations. They can also apply for admission and submit their admission and financial aid documents.
They will also receive a TJC T-shirt and information packet.
To register, go to TJC.edu/PreviewDay.
Established in 1926, TJC serves nearly 13,000 students per semester, and throughout its 93-year history, has embodied the true sense of the term “community.” As its cornerstone, the College has five core values: unity, caring, integrity, empowering and excellence.
TJC offers more than 125 degree and certificate options, extensive customized training and adult and continuing education, and opportunities for students to transfer to senior universities or gain the skills needed to go directly into the workforce. The College has received legislative designation, Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board approval, and accreditation by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools/Commission on Colleges, as an institution eligible to award baccalaureate degrees.
TJC features a 145-acre main campus and multiple sites, rigorous academics, 62 national athletic championships, stellar fine and performing arts programs, modern residential facilities, and organizations and clubs that promote student engagement and diversity.