Tarleton State University Midlothian

Tarleton State University – Midlothian, a partner in the Midlothian Higher Education Center, operates programs serving the needs of Ellis and Dallas counties. The City of Midlothian and Ellis and Dallas counties are growing rapidly. In response to community need for baccalaureate level degree programs the Midlothian Higher Education Center, a multi-institution teaching center, was approved by the Texas Higher Education Board to include Navarro College and Tarleton State University, among other four-year university partners. Tarleton’s program offerings at this location include a variety of programs in Agribusiness, Business, Criminal Justice Administration, Manufacturing and Industrial Management, and Psychology. Programs include junior/senior level courses for baccalaureate degree completion. Baccalaureate degree completion programs are designed to build upon associate programs offered by Navarro College.

Students enrolling at Tarleton – Midlothian may choose courses and entire programs offered via a variety of delivery modes including face-to-face, blended or online. Consult the program's listing for the type of delivery modes available for each program Tarleton offers through the Midlothian Higher Education Center.

Tarleton – Midlothian has a diverse student population comprised mostly of working adults or returning students seeking baccalaureate completion degrees. Classes are offered in the evenings and during the day to accommodate both part-time and full-time students. Advisors and support staff are available to assist with admission and degree plans.

Administrative offices for Tarleton -  Midlothian are located at 899 Mt. Zion Drive, in Midlothian at the Navarro College – Midlothian campus. Classrooms are used at various locations on the Navarro College campus.

Seven undergraduate degree completion programs are available through the Midlothian outreach teaching site.

Undergraduate programs:

  • Bachelor of Applied Arts and Sciences, Business
  • Bachelor of Applied Arts and Sciences, Criminal Justice Administration
  • Bachelor of Applied Arts and Sciences, Manufacturing and Industrial Management
  • Bachelor of Business Administration, General Business
  • Bachelor of Science in Agribusiness
  • Bachelor of Science in Applied Science, Business Administration
  • Bachelor of Science, Psychology

Additional information about any of these programs or teaching locations may be obtained by visiting Tarleton State University – Midlothian at the Midlothian Higher Education Center, 899 Mt. Zion Road, Midlothian, by calling (972) 775-7244 or visiting the web at www.tarleton.edu/midlothian.  Admission to one of the Midlothian undergraduate programs requires a minimum of 30 credit hours and TSI complete status. Applicants must meet the transfer admission standards for Tarleton State University. On-site academic support services include advising writing support, and statistics tutoring.

Dr. Kim Rynearson, Associate Vice President
Outreach and Off-Campus Programs
Academic Affairs
Box T-0010
Stephenville, Texas 76402
(254) 968-9916

Dr. Sandi McDermott, Director of Midlothian Outreach Programs
Midlothian Higher Education Center at Navarro College
899 Mt. Zion Road
Midlothian, Texas 76065
(972) 775-7244