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Texas College invites current and prospective students to enroll in courses and program activities related to E-Sports. This new and exciting dynamic allows individuals to take courses that will count as elective credits and, in some instances, may satisfy the program objectives of the general education core.

These courses will assist future business owners and people new to marketing to learn the basics of internet marketing; teach one how to conduct accurate internet research by creating a search plan, searching both the surface and deep web, and staying organized; and give a better understanding of cyberattacks and recognition of the warning signs. The E-Sports programmatic activity also has competitive forms of video game play, as well as team play between institutions, such as multi-player video game competitions. These innovative course are geared toward college-level students who wish to be on the cutting edge of E-Sports initiatives.

For course enrollment, contact:

Mr. John Roberts, Dean of Enrollment Management | (903) 593-8311, ext. 2368

For multi-player video game competitions, contact:

Dr. Cynthia Marshall-Biggins, Vice President for Student Affairs | (903) 593-8311, ext. 2267


Texas College is a Historically Black College founded in 1894, by the Colored Methodist Episcopal Church, now the Christian Methodist Episcopal Church (CME). Our mission continues to embody the principles of the Christian Methodist Episcopal Church. The College shall prepare students with competencies in critical and creative thinking related to the knowledge, skills, and abilities as defined in areas of study. Additionally, the College shall provide an environment to inspire intellectual, spiritual, ethical, moral, and social development, which empowers graduates to engage in life-long learning, leadership, and service.

Led by President Dwight J. Fennell, PhD, Texas College serves as the oldest institution of higher education in the city of Tyler, celebrating over 130 years of providing educational opportunities to all. As an ethnically diverse liberal arts institution, students gain the theoretical and foundational preparations designed to propel them into a major that will equip them for graduate and/or professional schools, as well as the world of work.

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