What is Dual Credit? The Dual Credit Program allows students to take courses that apply toward both high school and college graduation. Courses are taught on the high school campus by TCC instructors. Learn more here.

Which dual credit classes are offered? Dual credit offerings

Dual credit timeline January: Enter course selection & attend mandatory meeting
February & March: Submit test scores (SAT/ACT/TSI)
April & May:
register for fall courses
August: pay for fall courses
November: register for spring courses
December: pay for spring courses

Contact Information Dual credit counselor contact: [email protected]
Payment Information Students with financial need can submit an application for the TCC Dual Credit Grant. Students must file a FAFSA and email the application in the financial aid link below to [email protected] from their MyTCC email address. For more information, click here.

Link to Dual Credit Grant application

Online Payment Log in to your online Student Account Center through your Student Account in MyTCCTrack. Choose to pay in full, or set up a payment plan through the "Student Account Center/PayNow" helpful link.
Watch video tutorials about accessing and updating your account, or review TCC's frequently asked questions.
Payment (installment) Plan  ACH - Will not be accepted for prior term/semester balances

In-Person In-person services are available only in NSTU 1615A (Larry Darlage Center Corner)
In-Person Payment Types (Non-cash transactions) Credit card (MasterCard, Visa, American Express or Discover), prepaid debit card or gift card (MasterCard, Visa, American Express or Discover) - You must keep this card in the event you receive a refund. We recommend keeping the card for up to 6 months from the date of original payment, check (for current or future term balances only), cashier's check or money order.
For questions, please contact TCC's Business Services office: 
817-515-4PAY (4729) or visit TCC's website for more payment options.