Assistance with Admissions Processing/Academic Advising
The Center is committed to helping students by providing academic advising and preliminary college enrollment assistance to any individual interested in attending any of the colleges. We highly encourage all students to seek advising often. The Floresville Center offers academic advising by appointment or via walk-in. Walk-in times are available Mondays & Wednesdays from 3-5pm.
Don't know where to begin?
First time in College Students (FTICs): Click here for a checklist on how to get started.
Transfer Students: Click here for a checklist on how to get started.
Returning Students: Click here for a checklist on how to get started.
Financial Aid Information and Processing
Knowledgeable staff will assist individuals in completing and submitting financial aid forms. Here's what you need to bring if you require assistance:
Your Federal tax information or tax returns, including W-2 information, for yourself, for your spouse if you are married, and for your parents if you are a dependent student.
Information on savings, investments, and business and farm assets for yourself (and for your parents if you are a dependent student).
If you can, please complete the worksheet prior to your appointment.
Effective August 26, 2013 (based on House Bill 3468 - Texas College-Readiness Assessment and Placement) the new TSI Assessment will be the only accepted placement exam and all prior test scores for students not enrolled will no longer be valid. The Texas Success Initiative (TSI) is a state-legislated program that provides assistance with reading, writing and math skills of students entering Texas public colleges and universities. The program consists of testing, advisement, placement and developmental education for students who do not pass one or more sections of the test. There are possible exemptions and waivers from the State mandate.
TSI Requirement Exemptions
Students may be exempt from taking a TSI-eligible exam, unless it is needed as a prerequisite for a specific course, if they meet one of the following:
Composite score of twenty-three (23) or higher, with a minimum score of nineteen (19) in each section of the English and math tests. Scores are valid for five (5) years from date of testing.*
Combined score of 1070 or higher, with a minimum of 500 in each section of the verbal and math tests. Scores are valid for five (5) years from date of testing.*
Minimum scale score of 2200 on the exit-level math section and 2200 on the English Language Arts (ELA) section with a writing sub-section score of five (5) or higher. Scores are valid for three (3) years from date of testing.
Met college-level readiness standards in English, reading, and mathematics at an accredited Texas public institution of higher education.
Transfer from Private or Accredited Out-of-State Institutions
Satisfactorily completed a minimum of three (3) college-level semester credit hours in English, reading, and math with a grade of “C” or better.
Earned an Associate or Baccalaureate Degree from an accredited Texas public institution of higher education.
Enrolled in THECB approved Certificate Level-One Programs of one (1) year or less with forty-two (42) or fewer semester credit hours that do not require specific skill levels for course enrollment.
Currently serving on Active Duty in the US Armed Forces, Texas National Guard, or as a member of a reserve component of the US Armed Forces for at least three (3) years preceding enrollment.
After August 1, 1990, was honorably discharged, released, or retired from Active Duty as a member of the US Armed Forces, Texas National Guard, or as a member of a reserve component of the US Armed Forces.
Students who do not provide official documentation to verify one of the exemptions above are required to take one of the TSI assessments.