Except for students in high school, or students with holds on their records, all students should register online through Eagle Self Service. If you are unable to register online via “Eagle Self Service,” please submit your registration forms via eForms. eForms are located on CTC’s website at Information on eForms can be found on CTC’s website under the “Students” tab by clicking “Forms” in the dropdown menu.

  • New students may register electronically once admissions, academic advisement and testing requirements have been completed.
  • Continuing students who have attended CTC in Texas or through distance learning during the last 12 months should register electronically.
  • Short-term stop-out students who return to CTC after being out of school for less than 12 months, must confirm that they have not changed their state of residence since their last enrollment prior to registering electronically.
  • Former students who have not enrolled with CTC during the last 12 months must reaffirm residency status and update admissions prior to registering electronically.
  • Active duty military or their family members may be required to submit a new military verification form and present their military I.D. card (valid) if it has been 12 months since last enrolled with CTC.
  • Early Admissions/Dual Credit high school students are not eligible to register electronically.

TSIA2 (or TSIA) Assessment scores must be on file prior to registration for all students who are not TSI complete, exempt or waived. TSIA2 and TSIA scores are valid for five years only.

To ensure an effective and timely registration process, you should complete the online CTC Application for Admission and submit supporting documents to the Admissions Office at least 72 working hours before enrollment. You must take all portions of the TSI Assessment 2.0 and Pre-Assessment unless exempt or enrolled in a certificate-waived program prior to registration. If you are not required to take the TSIA2 Assessment and Pre-Assessment, you may be required to take placement tests to enroll in specific courses or programs.

Except when the administrative offices are closed or during scheduled registration periods you may consult with an academic advisor at any time during the year. Testing is routinely given at the CTC Testing Office and remote testing is available. You are encouraged to complete admissions, academic advisement, and testing in advance of scheduled registration periods.