Tarrant County College Spring Enrollment Up 6.7 Percent Over Last Year

FORT WORTH, Texas (Feb. 10, 2011)

Tarrant County College spring student headcount is up 6.7 percent districtwide over the spring 2010 semester with a total unduplicated credit enrollment of 48,376 on its five campuses, each of which also marked individual increases.

Trinity River Campus, located in downtown Fort Worth at Belknap and Taylor streets, showed the largest increase of 12.6 percent, with 5,355 students.

Northwest Campus, at 4801 Marine Creek Drive in Fort Worth, posted an 11.7 percent increase, with an enrollment of 13,408 students. Southeast Campus in Arlington jumped 9.9 percent to 15,117 students; South Campus in Fort Worth increased 4.4 percent to 12,428 students; and Northeast Campus, located in Hurst, saw a 3.3 percent increase to 16,742.

Total districtwide student enrollment for the fall 2010 semester was 49,108.

Registration for the second eight-week term is under way through March 21. For class schedule information, visit www.tccd.edu.


These figures do not represent enrollment of all spring semester offerings, which include two eight-week terms and other terms of varying length that accommodate the needs of today’s students for maximum scheduling flexibility.

Also, campus totals added together equal more than the district figure because many students enroll on more than one campus.

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