MOST OF OUR STUDENTS GRADUATE DEBT FREE
At South Texas College, you can take day, night, weekend or online classes at one of our 6 campuses. Balancing school, work and life has never been easier.
At South Texas College you can choose from over 114 degrees and certificates so you can learn the skills, to get the job, to earn the money.
South Texas College is among the most affordable colleges in the nation and most of our students graduate debt free.
Students at South Texas College can choose to transfer to one of over 120 universities. Odds are your dream school for your dream career is one of them.
Your Future Is In The Making...
Night, weekend and online classes at South Texas College can help you accomplish your goals. Even if you’re a full-time employee or parent. Classes start January 19th. Your future is in the making at South Texas College.
"Education is very important. I want to be an example for my children. I actually am the example. I currently have my 19 year old also attending South Texas College. By doing that, my other children see us studying and they see the importance and the opportunity South Texas College has brought me."
- Heidi Saenz
Pursuing Bachelor’s Degree in Medical and Health Services Management
"South Texas College has exceeded my expectations. You get more experience and more hands on opportunities. The classes are small so the teachers are able to dedicate more time to you."
- Sara Martinez
"The class sizes are small which means we get individual attention. The professors know our name and I don’t feel like another number within a sea of students."
- Amanda Delgado
Occupational Therapy Assistant
"South Texas College will not let you fail. If you’re determined, they’ll help you. And for me to do it, it’s a big thing. I never saw myself doing anything like this. If I did it, I know someone else can."
- Elias Vasquez
South Texas College is the proud recipient of the 2013 Leah Meyer Austin Institutional Student Success Leadership Award.
Founded in 1993, South Texas College is accredited by the Commission on Colleges of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools to award baccalaureate and associate degrees. More than 30,000 students attend STC and more than 1,600 faculty and staff serve STC's six campuses.