Admissions Information

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Texas Common Application used by all Texas public universities
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State site managed by the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board has lots of information about getting ready for college, financing college, etc., along with links for admissions and financial aid (FAFSA and Texas Grant). College for Texans. At this site you can check out Preparing for College, Virtual Tours, and Scholarships as well.

Admission Test Information

• Do I need to take an Admissions Test?

Where do you plan to start college?
A junior college (like South Plains College)  or a university (like Texas Tech)?

How much time do you want to spend in college?  One year?  Five years?

Let me give you some facts to help you think about it further:
By Admissions Test, we usually refer to the ACT or the SAT.
After high school graduation, you can go on to several different levels of education, depending on your abilities, interests, finances, and amount of time you want to invest.

 This chart is general information.  For specific information, it is best to consult the catalog of the college that most interests you.  You can write most colleges for a copy, or go on line.  Lots of colleges and universities now have their catalogs on line.  You can go back to the College Admissions Information section of this website to find links to colleges.

Type of Degree

Type of college

Usual Time to Complete

Admissions Test Required?


Junior College

1 year


Associate’s Degree

Junior College

2 years


Bachelor’s Degree

College or University

4 – 5 years


 *Read each college’s admissions requirements.  If you wish to apply for a scholarship, most colleges will require either an ACT or SAT!

• Should you take the ACT or SAT?

Choosing which test to take wasn't even an issue even 10 years ago. Until recently, the ACT was traditionally required by colleges in the Midwest, and the SAT was the test of choice in the Northeast and on the East and West coasts. But now increasing numbers of students are taking the ACT and the majority of schools in the United States now accept results from both tests.

For more information, visit the Kaplan Test Prep and Admissions website. Take a free ACT or SAT practice test.

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Scholarship/Financial Aid Information
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What can LEARN do for you? If you plan to attend college during the fall 2009 semester, and you are selected to participate in TRiO Educational Talent Search, LEARN will provide the following FREE services:

Academic Assistance: Review transcripts and test scores to determine your eligibility for admissions, exemptions, and special programs.

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• Other useful websites
Minnie Piper/Compendium of Texas colleges - contains scholarships, applications, and links to all Texas colleges.

College for Texans

Fastweb - personalized college and scholarship searches

Texas Guaranteed Student Loan - a site for parents and students to help in determining how to pay for education beyond high school

GoodCall Scholarship Search Engine - one of the largest databases of scholarships on the web


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College Readiness Information

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