Community invited to area Open Houses to learn more about Temple College programs, financial assistance
Temple College students who enroll in 12 or more hours of courses this fall will receive up to $1,500 to help with education expenses.
“It’s never been more affordable to go to college than right now,” said Temple College President Dr. Christy Ponce. “Emergency aid funding is just one example of the many ways Temple College is helping students earn an associate degree, equip for careers or prepare students for transfer to a four-year university.”
Prospective students can learn about this funding as well as other Temple College grants, scholarships and assistance programs by attending one of three Temple College Registration and Open House events taking place at the College’s three campuses over the next two weeks. The events are designed to introduce community members to the College as well as provide a “one stop shop” to help students apply and register for the fall.
All community members are welcome to visit and participate in one or all of the College’s upcoming Open House events, which include:
Temple Main Campus
Tuesday, July 19
Address: 2600 S. 1st Street, Temple, Texas, 76504
Tuesday, July 26
Address: 516 N. Main St, Taylor, Texas, 76574
Wednesday, July 27
Address: 1600 Innovation Blvd, Hutto, Texas 78634
“This is a great opportunity to visit with faculty and staff and learn about our 70+ programs, and register onsite,” Dr. Ponce said. “We are here to do everything we can to make sure college and training is accessible to everyone. We are here to help students earn college certificates, degrees, and earn industry recognized credentials to help get you into the workforce.”
Each event will feature food, games, door prizes, campus tours, meet-and-greet with the Leopard mascot, and one-on-one time with faculty and advisors.
A grand prize will be given away at each event.
Learn more about Temple College’s Registration and Open House events at www.templejc.edu/openhouse.