Counselor Secretary: Kellie Kolb
The TSIA will be administered at Sinton H.S. once a month after completion of tutorials and teacher approval.
TSI testing dates are: UPDATE – FEB 19 & MARCH 2 have been added
September 9, 2019 January 29, 2020
October 15, 2019 February 12, 2020
November 20, 2019 March 18 & 25, 2020
December 4, 2019 April 15 & 29, 2020
May 6 & 11, 2020
The following are practice sites for the TSIA:
The TSI Assessment (TSIA) is part of the Texas Success Initiative program designed to help your college or university determine if you are ready for college-level course work in the general areas of reading, writing, and mathematics. This program also will help determine what type of course or intervention will best meet your needs to help you become better prepared for college-level course work if you are not ready. If you are an incoming college student in Texas, you are required to take the TSI Assessment — unless you are already exempt — to determine your readiness for college-level work. Based on how you perform, you may either be enrolled in a college-level course that matches your skill level and/or be placed in the appropriate developmental course or intervention to improve your skills and prepare you for success in collegelevel courses.
Irma Lerma Rangel College of Pharmacy Online Video Conference – THURSDAY, JANUARY 23, 2020
The Office of Student Affairs at Texas A&M University Rangel College of Pharmacy is happy to announce an online two-part series presented by current pharmacy students. The series is tailored to Del-Mar & TAMU-CC perspective pharmacy students to discuss the information provided below.
It’s free to participate and all you need is your Internet device (Laptop, IPad, IPhone, or Andriod, etc) to interact online with current pharmacy students. You will also have an opportunity to chat live! Click here to see the flier and register.
FAFSA opens OCTOBER 1, 2019 — ALL SENIORS MUST COMPLETE THEIR FAFSA!!!
The Free Application for Federal Student Aid is a form that can be prepared annually by current and prospective college students in the United States to determine their eligibility for student financial aid.
How to Submit a 2020-2021 FAFSA – A guide to submit a FAFS.
ApplyTexas is similar to the Common Appl but specifically for Texas schools. You can apply for admissions to any Texas public university, participating community colleges, or participating private universities, and you can easily copy parts of your application to another Texas school so you can avoid having to do an entirely new application for each school.
Apply Texas requires an essay for your application. Click here to view Apply Texas Essay Prompts and writing tips.
The Del Mar College Music Department invites prospective music majors to attend Music Major Day on Monday, November 25, 2019 to learn more about Misic at DMC. High school students inany gade, and their parents, are welcome to attend!
Please check the website for more information and a schedule of events.
All Jrs will be taking the PSAT on October 16, 2019. Please be in attenance.
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The Texas Common Course Numbering System (TCCNS) is a voluntary, co-operative effort among 137 Texas community colleges and universities to facilitate transfer of freshman and sophomore level general academic coursework. TCCNS provides a shared, uniform set of course designations for students and their advisors to use in determining both course equivalency and degree applicability of transfer credit on a statewide basis. When students transfer between two participating TCCNS institutions, a course taken at the sending institution transfers as the course carrying the same TCCNS designation at the receiving institution.
All TCCNS courses are identified by a four character course prefix representing the course type or academic discipline, followed by a four digit course number.
The first digit of the course number denotes the academic level of the course. The second digit represents the credit value of the course in semester hours. The third and fourth digits establish course sequencing and/or distinguish the course from others of the same level, credit value, and prefix.