“The Scorpion family continues to be relentless in making higher education affordable for our community,” said TSC President Dr. Jesús Roberto Rodríguez. “The TSC Board of Trustees and leaders across campus unequivocally agreed our number one priority when budgeting for the fall semester should be providing direct support for students.”
The scholarship, which will be applied automatically, benefits all students whether they reside in district or out of district. The scholarship does not apply to fees. Yet, the TSC Board of Trustees also approved waiving 100 percent of student parking fees for the fall semester.
“The TSC Board of Trustees fully supports the tuition reduction scholarship and parking fee waiver,” said TSC Board Chair Adela Garza. “We want students to know they can count on their Scorpion family to help them maintain momentum towards reaching their academic goals.”
Registration for the fall semester continues through Aug. 21. Classes begin August 24.