The TSI program is designed to determine whether students are ready for college-level course work in the areas of reading, writing, and mathematics. Incoming college students in Texas are required to take the TSI assessment -unless they are exempt- to determine their readiness for college-level work. Based on students' performance on the TSIA, they may either be enrolled in a college-level course and/or be placed in an appropriate developmental course or intervention to improve their skills and prepare them for success in college-level courses.


    Texas Success Initiative (TSI) Institute

    The TSI Institute is a multi-day series of professional development sessions designed to support teachers’ and counselors’ understanding of the TSIA, blueprint, alignment, gap analysis, and development of an action plan designed to support increased student performance on the TSIA.

    The TSI Institute includes online support through an online Canvas course with teachers sharing best practices, action plans, and further discussion.

    Audience: Math and English Teachers, TSI Tutors, Counselors, Financial Aid Officers, and Administrators, TSI Institutional Administrator

    Register today using the Region One ESC Professional Development System

     Additional information about TSI is available here