WACO — People from young to old who are considering college for themselves or others can find out everything they need to know at Texas State Technical College''''s annual College Preview and Open House, set for 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Friday, April 5, and Saturday, April 6, on the Waco campus.
Tour high-tech programs, get housing and financing information and get shuttled around campus to any of the college''''s instructional programs, ranging from Air Traffic Control and Avionics, to Culinary Arts, Drafting & Design, Welding and more.
Guests attending TSTC''''s open house event can enjoy a free light breakfast from 9-10 a.m. Saturday and a free lunch on Friday and Saturday.
After the tour, staff can answer your questions about admission, testing and more.
Also during the event, TSTC will host the final leg of the “VideoBlast” challenge, where 6th- through 12th -grade students who’ve spent eight weeks designing and developing an original, playable video game will present their final products. The event, which kicked off Feb. 9, is set for 1-4 p.m. in the John B. Connally Technology Center, with 11 Central Texas schools participating. This year’s theme is Warp XX: Trouble in Space.