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At TV State, small class size means you're a person, not a number.

Two students watching a 3D printer in the FabLab

"Students at four-year universities don’t realize for the first two years they're going to sit on the bench. At TV, hands-on learning starts on day one."

— TV State Faculty Member
Mathematics professor explaining work shown on a chalkboard

"We have the highest-quality instruction across the board – online, everything."

— TV State Dean
Respiratory students and professor viewing chest xrays

"We have fantastic faculty – in fact, we have faculty. Not graduate assistants."

— TV State Dean

Setting The Standard Of Academic Excellence

We're fortunate to have such an exceptional staff of full-time and adjunct faculty here at TV State. Our higher ratio of tenured professors means you'll have the advantage of learning from fully invested, credentialed professors. And our smaller class sizes equate to more individualized teaching ... so no one trails behind or is left to fail.

If you're one of our valued faculty team members, this section is designed to offer you all the information you need to do your job as professionally, effectively and efficiently as possible. The resources contained here supplement the TV State College Policies and Procedures Handbook, as well as the Adjunct Faculty Handbook. Use this as your quick overview to learn what services are available to you and your students. If there are topics not covered here that you'd like to see us include, please let us know!

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Unlike most community colleges, TV State has a greater full-time vs. adjunct staff ratio.
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Smaller class sizes equal a bigger learning opportunity — for students and faculty.