Welding Schools In Texas

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Our list of welding schools in Texas offers a variety of options in welding education. Be sure to do your due diligence in researching any welding school that you intened on pursuing. Our site, Class One Welding has no affiliation with any of the schools, colleges or apprenticeships listed anywhere on this page.

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List Of Welding Schools In Texas

You may also want to look at neighboring states in my welding school directory. Click on the names of the welding schools below to go to their website for more information about their welding program.

Lee College (Baytown, Texas)

P.O. Box 81

Baytown, TX 77522

Phone: (218) 425-6260

Lee College in Baytown, Texas offers two welding programs where you can either earn a Associate’s Degree in Welding (2 years) or a certificate of completion (1 year). Sorry but I do not have anymore information about this welding school. You may find my article “Tips For Choosing a Welding School” or “The Top Welding Schools (USA)” helpful.

Angelina College (Lufkin, Texas)

3500 South First Street

Lufkin, Texas 75904

Phone: (936) 639-1301

Angelina College offers several different welding programs and courses.

  • Associates Degree in Welding Technology (2 years)
  • Welding Technology Certificate – Intermediate
  • Welding Technology Certificate – Basic

Both the Associate’s Degree and Intermediate Certificate are both great programs for anyone wanting in depth training in all the major welding processes.

Austin Community College (Austin, Texas)

1020 Grove Blvd. Building C

Austin, TX 78741

Phone: (512) 223-6220

Austin Community College offers an excellent welding program. What I really like about this program is that they offer you the opportunity to take welding certification tests on site.

Eastfield College (Mesquite, Texas)

3737 Motley Drive

Mesquite, TX 75150

Phone: (972) 860-7100

Eastfield College located in the DFW Metroplex offers a wide variety of welding courses.  The cover all the major welding processes including Stick, MIG and TIG on plate as well as pipe.

El Centro College (Dallas, Texas)

1402 Corinth Street

Dallas, TX 75215

Phone: (214) 860-5900

El Centro College offers several excellent welding programs including:

The combination welding program is probably the best choice for those that are wanting to start a long term welding career. You will learn to pipe weld as well plate weld. They cover SMAW, GMAW and GTAW welding processes along with metal cutting. In the classroom you will learn about welding theory and blueprint reading.

Frank Phillips College (Borger, Texas)

P.O. Box 5118

Borger, TX 79008

Phone: (806) 457-4200

This welding school offers a Welding Technology Certificate program that covers Stick, MIG, FCAW and TIG welding on pipe and plate. You will also have classes about metallurgy, blueprint reading and welding theory.

Hill College (Hillsboro, Texas)

112 Lamar

Hillsboro Texas 76645

Phone: (254) 659-7500

This welding school offers several different welding programs.

Grayson County College (Denison, Texas)

6101 Grayson Drive (Hwy. 691)

Denison, Texas 75020

Phone: (903) 465-6030

Grayson County College offers an Associate’s of Applied Science Degree in Welding and two other certificate programs.

Either the combination welder or Associate’s Degree program are the best options for the career minded person. You will learn and get hands on training with pipe welding as well as plate/structural with SMAW, MIG and TIG.

A degree may not be very beneficial to someone that is an entry level welder but they can pay off in the future. If you ever decide to go back to school or apply for managerial positions a degree can be helpful.

Amarillo College (Amarillo & Moore County Texas)

P.O. Box 447

Amarillo, Texas 79178

Phone: (806) 371-5000

This welding school offers a six month welding certificate program. You can veiw all of the classes you will take here. They also have another location in Moore County Texas.

Kilgore College (Kilgore, Texas)

1100 Broadway

Kilgore, Texas 75662

Phone: (903) 983-8162

Kilgore College has several different welding programs, you can find an overview of them here or more in depth information about each class here.

Lincoln Tech (Grand Prairie, TX)

2915 Alouette Drive

Grand Prairie, TX 75052

Phone: (972) 660-5701

Lincoln Tech should not be confused with Lincoln Electric’s welding school in Ohio. Lincoln Tech offers a combination (pipe & Plate) welding program. They cover all the common welding processes including Stick, MIG, TIG and Flux Cored Arc Welding.

Lone Star College (Cypress, Texas)

9191 Barker

Cypress, Texas 77433

Phone: (281) 290-3200

Sorry but I do not have a lot of information about this Texas welding school. You may find my article “Tips For Choosing a Welding School” or “The Top Welding Schools (USA)” helpful.

Laredo Community College (Laredo, TX)

West End Washington Street

Laredo, TX 78040

Phone: (956) 722-0521

This Community College offers a one year program that offers hands on welding training with plate and pipe welding with all the common welding processes.

Laredo Jobs Corp (Laredo, TX)

1701 Island Street

Laredo, TX 78041

Phone: (956) 727-5147

This US Department of Labor program helps people find welding training.

Dallas County Community College District (Dallas, Texas)

1601 S Lamar St

Dallas, TX 75215

Phone: (214) 378-1824

These community colleges offer a number of different welding programs and degrees in the DFW metroplex. There are eight different colleges within this organization that are spread out all of the Dallas/Fort Worth area.

Odessa College (Odessa, Texas)

201 W. University

Odessa, TX 79764

Phone: (432) 335-6306

This welding school offers an Associate’s Degree in Welding program and a certificate program. You can find a list of all the classes offered in each program here.

Ponola College (Carthage, Texas)

1109 W. Panola

Carthage, Texas 75633

Phone: (903) 693-2000

Sorry but I do not have a lot of information about this welding school. You may find my article “Tips For Choosing a Welding School” or “The Top Welding Schools (USA)” helpful.

Ranger College (Ranger, Texas)

1100 College Circle

Ranger TX 76470

Phone: (254) 647-5436

Sorry but I do not have a lot of information about this Texas welding school. You may find my article “Tips For Choosing a Welding School” or “The Top Welding Schools (USA)” helpful.

San Jacinto College (Pasadena, Texas)

8060 Spencer Hwy

Pasadena, TX 77505

Phone: (281) 476-1814

San Jacinto College has several different welding programs. You can see an overview of all their welding programs here.

South Plains College (Levelland, Texas)

1401 S. College Ave.

Levelland, TX, 79336

Phone: (806) 716-2284

South Plains College offers an Associate’s Degree in welding program that will give you hands on welding training with SMAW, MIG, FCAW and TIG. You will also learn how to weld pipe and plate. In classroom learning will consist of blueprint reading and welding inspection.

Tarrant County College (Fort Worth, Texas)

1500 Houston Street

Fort Worth, Texas 76102

Phone: (817) 515-4529

This welding school offer three different welding programs.

  • Associate of Applied Science Degree (2 years)
  • Welding-Basic Certificate
  • Welding-Advanced Certificate

Texarkana College (Texarkana, Texas)

2500 N. Robison Road

Texarkana, Texas 75599

Phone: (903)832-5565

Texarkana has three different welding programs.

Texas State Technical College (Multiple Locations)

1902 North Loop 499

Harlingen, Texas 78550

Phone: (956) 364-4814

This welding school has locations in Fort Bend County, Harlingen, Waco, Williamson County, Breckenridge and Brownwood. They offer an Associate’s Degree in welding program and also several certificate programs.

Trinity Valley Community College (Athens, Texas)

100 Cardinal Drive

Athens, TX 75751

Phone: (903) 675-6374

Trinity Valley College has an Associate’s Degree program, pipe welding certificate and welding certificate program. You can see a detailed description of their welding classes here.

Tulsa Welding School Houston (Houston, Texas)

243 Greens Rd. Houston, TX 77060

Phone: (888) 765-5555

Tulsa Welding school is considered to be one of the top welding schools in the United States. They have many different welding programs including the following.

Tyler Junior College (Tyler, Texas)

P.O. Box 9020

Tyler, Texas 75711

Phone: (903) 510-2390

This welding school offers three great programs including Welding Technology – AAS (Associate of Applied Science)Welding Entry Level Option (Certificate) and Welding Advanced Level Option (Certificate).

Vernon College (Vernon, Tx & Wichita Falls, Tx)

4400 College Drive

Vernon, TX 76384

Phone: (940) 552-6291

Sorry but I do not have a lot of information about this Texas welding school. You may find my article “Tips For Choosing a Welding School” or “The Top Welding Schools (USA)” helpful.

Western Technical College (El Paso, Texas)

9624 Plaza Circle

El Paso, TX 79927

Phone: (888) 201-9232

Western Technical Welding school in El Paso,TX offers an excellent welding certificate program that can be taken full time or part time (class schedule). The full time program is 69 weeks long and the part time program will take you 86 weeks. What I love about this school is that they offer on site welding certification testing for AWS D1.1 (structural) and ASME Section IX (pipe). Having welding certifications is a great for getting your welding career started in the right direction.

Western Texas College (Snyder, Texas)

6200 College Ave

Snyder, TX 79549

Phone: (325) 573-9321

This welding school offers a two year Associate’s Degree program and two different certificate programs. You can find course information here.

South Texas Vo Tech (Multiple Locations)

2419 E Haggar Ave

Weslaco, TX 78596

Phone: (361) 232-5057

South Texas Vo Tech has campuses in Corpus Christi, San Antonio and Weslaco. They offer a combination welding program which means you will receive hands on welding training with pipe and plate.

Northeast Texas Community College (Mt Pleasant, Texas)

2866 FM1735

Mt Pleasant, TX 75455

(903) 434-8100

Sorry but I do not have a lot of information about this school. You may find my article “Tips For Choosing a Welding School” or “The Top Welding Schools (USA)” helpful.

Southern Careers Institute (Multiple Locations)

Address: 2422 Airline Rd

Corpus Christi, TX 78414

Phone: (361) 857-5700

Southern Career Institute has campuses with welding programs in Corpus Christi, Harlingen, Pharr and San Antonio.

Southwest Texas Junior College (Uvalde, Texas)

2401 Garner Field Road

Uvalde, Texas 78801

Phone: (830) 278-4401

Sorry but I do not have a lot of information about this Texas welding school. You may find my article “Tips For Choosing a Welding School” helpful.

Midland College (Midland, Texas)

3600 N Garfield St

Midland, TX 79705

Phone: (432) 685-4500

Midland College offers four welding programs.

Cisco College (Cisco, Texas)

101 College Heights

Cisco, TX 76437

Phone: (254) 442-5000

This welding schools in texas has several certificate programs where you will learn all of the common welding processes including Stick welding, MIG and TIG.

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Other options for welding training in Texas: Welding Apprenticeships

 

A welding apprenticeship can be a great way to earn while you learn. Both the Ironworkers and Boilermakers unions offer apprenticeship programs that can last anywhere between four and five years. During each year of your apprenticeship you’ll make more money until you become a journeyman.

The pay for apprenticeships can range anywhere between $17-$25 per hour depending on which geographical location you work for. The pay for a full-fledged journeyman can be over $30 per hour. In addition to an excellent wage you will also receive excellent health benefits at no cost or little cost to you.

While the Ironworkers and Boilermakers are not strictly welders their work does encompass a significant amount of welding. In addition to welding you will learn many other skills like rigging, pipefitting, crane signaling and other construction related skills.

 

Boilermaker’s Apprentice Video

Ironworkers Apprentice Video