Catalog and Campus Supplements
Healthcare and Wellness
Medical Administrative Assisting Technology
Medical Administrative Assisting Technology (Evening)
Medical Assisting (Evening)
Professional Massage Therapy
The Professional Massage Therapy Program for Brownsville & McAllen are approved and regulated by Texas Department of State Health Services (DSHS) – DSHS license #MS1045.
Air Conditioning, Heating and Refrigeration
Automotive Service Technician
Diesel Heavy Truck
Computer Accounting Specialist
Programs vary by location.
High school diploma, GED, or equivalent required.
Student Grievance Policy
To access a campus’s student grievance policy, click on the appropriate link below:
- Brownsville Student Grievance Policy
- Corpus Christi Student Grievance Policy
- McAllen Student Grievance Policy
- San Antonio Student Grievance Policy
- Weslaco Student Grievance Policy
Consumer Information and Campus Security
STVT works hard to ensure its students are kept knowledgeable of campus policies and procedures related to FERPA, Copyright, ADA, Financial Aid and so on. As well as, providing a safe learning environment for its students. The information provided is designed to comply with Consumer Information and the Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Crime Statistics Act of 1998. Click the link below and you will find the Consumer Information and Campus Security Report. Or request a paper copy from the Campus Executive Director.
Consumer Information & Campus Security Report
Accrediting Commission of Career Schools and Colleges (ACCSC) Graduation and Employment Rate Calculation Methodology
The reporting period used to complete the Graduation and Employment Chart is determined by taking the program’s normal length of completion (including vacations and holidays rounded to the nearest whole number) in months multiplied by 150 percent and adding three (3) months for employment, based on the Commission’s report date of July and October 2017. Students excluded from the calculation of the placement rate are those considered unavailable for placement due to a medical condition, incarceration, active military, or death. The rates were reported in October 2015 and include all students who started their program of study during the reporting period.
Council on Occupational Education (COE) Graduation and Employment Rate Calculation Methodology
The reporting period used to calculate the graduation and employment rates is the most recent 12 month period starting on July 1, 2016, and ending June 30, 2017. The graduation rate is the number of graduate completers divided by the cumulative enrollment number minus the number of students still enrolled multiplied by 100. The employment rate is the number of graduate completers employed in a training-related field (minus graduate completers who were unavailable for employment or refused employment) divided by the number of graduate completers multiplied by 100. The rates are calculated and submitted in December of each year and include all students who began or were continuing their program of study during the reporting period.
Texas Graduation and Employment Rate Calculation Methodology
This rate is calculated on program completers from August 2016 to September 2017 who were verified as employed by an independent 3rd party prior to the annual report submission in December 2017.
Completers x 100
[Completers + Leavers] – [Non-completers due to: Postsecondary Education, Active military service; Incarcerated; or Deceased]
Placed by the School + Not Placed by the School x 100
[Completers] – [Completers not employed due to: Postsecondary Education, Active military service; Incarcerated; or Deceased]
PLACEMENT RATE(% of those employed with the direct assistance of the school)
Placed by the school x 100