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Frequently Asked Questions


Classes begin three times per year - January, May, and September.

Applications are accepted at any time, but it is recommended that application be made at least six months in advance of the term in which the applicant wishes to enter Texas Chiropractic College.

The Doctor of Chiropractic program is 10 trimesters .

Doctor of Chiropractic (D.C.)
Bachelor of Science (B.S.) - The student may major in Human Biology.

Complete list of Tuition & Fees

The College operates on a basis of three trimesters per year. Each term is measured as fifteen weeks. Tuition and fees must be paid no later than the second Friday of the new trimester. If arrangements are not made with the Business Office for payment of tuition and fees by the end of the second Friday of the trimester, the student's enrollment is subject to cancellation and account subject to the $75 late payment fee. If students on financial aid anticipate a problem with making the payment by the respective deadline, a tuition deferment may be requested. However, tuition amounts due become fully payable when aid is received, regardless of its source.

Tuition and fees (student activity and technology) are accessed when a student registers. Tuition is subject to the refund policy. Student activity and technology fees are mandatory and nonrefundable fees. In reviewing several possible plans, the College has opted to stabilize tuition within the context of today's economic environment. Tuition and fees are determined prior to the fall trimester and maintained throughout the academic year (September through August). The College reserves the right to alter the schedule of tuition and fees, and regulations governing them as deemed necessary and without notice.