Tarleton State University Global Campus

Tarleton State University – Global Campus operates to serve the needs of students who are geographically dispersed and who may be unable to attend traditional face-to-face classes at Tarleton’s Stephenville campus or at the Fort Worth, Waco, Midlothian, or RELLIS-Bryan off-campus instructional sites. In response to the needs of learners who desire fully online degree programs, Tarleton developed one of the first online graduate degrees in Agriculture in 2003. Since that time, Tarleton has expanded its online offerings to include graduate and undergraduate completion programs in a variety of programs such as Business, Criminal Justice, Education, Psychological Sciences, Manufacturing and Industrial Management, among others.

The Global Campus offers a set of wholly online master’s programs and baccalaureate completion degree programs. Students desiring admission to the Global Campus may not reside in the following fourteen Texas Counties: Comanche, Dallas, Eastland, Ellis, Erath, Hamilton, Hill, Hood, Johnson, McLennan, Palo Pinto, Parker, Somervell, or Tarrant. Students residing within these counties may enroll in online and blended programs but must do so from one of the following campus locations: main Tarleton State University campus in Stephenville, Midlothian, Fort Worth, or the University Center at McLennan Community College (MCC) in Waco.

Tarleton’s Global Campus has a diverse student population comprised of working adults seeking master’s degrees and community college graduates or returning students seeking baccalaureate completion degrees delivered online. Academic advisors and support staff are available to assist with admission, financial aid/scholarship, veteran services, student success services (tutoring, proctored testing, etc.), and degree plans. Programs and courses are offered through Tarleton’s learning management system, Canvas.

Information about any of these programs or teaching locations may be obtained by visiting https://www.tarleton.edu/globalcampus/index.html 

For additional information, please contact the Office of Outreach and Off-Campus Programs at: (254) 968-1812.

Admission to one of the online undergraduate degree completion programs requires a minimum of 30 credit hours and that a student be Texas Success Initiative (TSI) satisfied. Applicants to an undergraduate program must meet the transfer admission standards for Tarleton State University: https://www.tarleton.edu/admissions/

Out of state students interested in Tarleton's Global Campus can visit http://www.tarleton.edu/globalcampus/sreb-electronic-campus-transitional-page.html to find out about resources for out of state distance learners.

Dr. Rusty Freed, Associate Vice President - Outreach and Off-Campus Programs
Tarleton State University
PO Box T-0008
Stephenville, Texas 76402
(254) 968-1812
freed@tarleton.edu