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Distance Learning in High School
Many participating area high schools offer dual-credit courses from WTC through distance learning. Most dual-credit courses are taught via two-way interactive video (ITV). Internet-based and video-based courses are also available depending on the course and school.

High school students qualifying for college admission may also be able to enroll directly at WTC.  For more information on dual enrollment and early admissions, click here or email dualcredit@wtc.edu.

How do I access my course?
Online courses are accessed online through the WTC eCampus (Moodle). Each instructor places course materials, course calendar, course policies, and course activities on eCampus. Each student has access to coursework, including grades. Access can occur from any Internet-connected computer worldwide.

How do I log in to the support sites? 
Login information: 
eCampus - Log in with your MyWTC credentials.

Where do I get books?
Books are available through the Campus Bookstore.

How do I file a grievance?
The Student Grievance Procedure is available online and students may use this Grievance Form.

According to the Texas Success Initiative (TSI), an undergraduate student, unless otherwise exempt, who enters a public institution of higher education in Texas will be tested for reading, writing, and mathematics skills prior to enrolling in any college-level academic coursework. 

Below are the most current TSI exemptions based on standardized testing which are subject to change:

ACT: A composite score of at least 23 with a minimum score of 19 on the mathematics section and/or the English section. The exemption will be given for those corresponding sections only (full or partial exemption). The scores must be no more than five (5) years old. 

SAT (taken after March 5, 2016): No minimum composite required. A minimum of 480 on the EBRW section and 530 on the mathematics section. The exemption will be given for those corresponding sections only (full or partial exemption). The scores must be no more than five (5) years old.

TSI Assessment: The minimum test score needed: Math-350, Reading-351, Writing-340 and Essay-4; or if less than 340, must have ABE 4 and essay 5. The exemption will be given for those corresponding sections only (full or partial exemption). The scores must be no more than five (5) years old. 

ACT-ASPIRE: The minimum test score needed: English-435, Math-431. The scores must be no more than five (5) years old.

PLAN: A composite score of at least 23 with a minimum score of 19 on the mathematics section and/or the English section. The exemption will be given for those corresponding sections only (full or partial exemption). The scores must be no more than five (5) years old. 

PSAT (taken after October 15, 2015): A minimum score of 460 on the English section and a minimum of 510 on Mathematics. The exemption will be given for those corresponding sections only (full or partial exemption). The scores must be no more than five (5) years old. 

STAAR EOC: English II score of 4000, Algebra I score of 4000 plus a "C" or higher in high school Algebra II.

Western Texas College is in compliance with State Authorization Regulation

Alicia Anderson
Director of Dual Credit/DigiTex
6200 College Avenue
Snyder, TX 79549
Phone: 325-574-7630
Toll Free: 1-888-468-6982
Fax: 866-433-1097 
Email: alicia.anderson@wtc.edu


Nellie Leatherwood

Dual Credit Clerk
6200 College Avenue
Snyder, TX 79549
Phone: 325-574-7632
Toll Free: 1-888-468-6982
Fax: 866-433-1097 
Email: nleatherwood@wtc.edu

 
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