The calendar is your summary of important dates and deadlines for the fall, spring, and summer trimesters.
Activities and Organizations
Student activity programs vary by campus and college. Find out how you can get involved on your campus.
Bookstore and Textbooks
Your campus bookstore is your first stop for required program books and materials.
Computer Information Technology
The Computer Information Technology (CIT) program encompasses related courses in Information Technology, Computer software and hardware maintenance , Networking management and configuration, and Server and Business Systems Administration, Cloud technologies and Virtualization. Graduates will benefit from sustained growth in demand for highly skilled information technology workers. All courses offer a core curriculum that is designed to provide the academic and technical background to prepare students for a career in the information technology field. The curriculum focuses on the design, implementation, management and troubleshooting of computer systems. Required courses are designed to prepare students to install, configure, upgrade and secure standalone, networked and mobile systems. The emphasis is on Windows, Mac, and Linux/Unix operating systems. The curriculum is designed to enable students to develop strong critical thinking skills and to learn by doing in a hands-on lab environment Typical job opportunities: Computer support professional, systems administrator, data center administrator, desktop support specialist, information systems technician, IT support specialist/administrator, network service technician, information assurance analyst, security systems administrator, IT security technician, and Help Desk Technician.
Report a Complaint
The TCATs encourage open and clear communication. Learn about the process for communicating a complaint.
Know your rights and responsibilities as a TCAT student by reading and understanding the rules and guidelines set forth in the handbook.