About the TxQMC

The Texas Quality Matters Consortium (TxQMC) is facilitated by the Digital Higher Education Consortium of Texas (DigiTex), which assists Texas community colleges in providing learners an education without barriers through high quality digital educational opportunities, resources, and services that help students succeed. All TACC (Texas Association of Community Colleges) institutions are automatically members of DigiTex and are therefore eligible to become part of the TxQMC.

Staff: Heather Walker, DigiTex Program Coordinator & Interim System Lead


TxQMC Affiliate Colleges

Alamo Colleges District: Northeast Lakeview College, Northwest Vista College, Palo Alto College, St. Philip’s College, San Antonio College ♦ Angelina College ♦ Austin Community College ♦ Brazosport College ♦ Blinn College ♦ Collin College ♦ Frank Phillips College ♦ Houston Community College ♦ Howard College ♦ Huston-Tillotson University ♦ Lamar State College Orange ♦ Laredo College ♦ Lee College ♦ Lone Star College System ♦ North Central Texas College ♦ Northeast Texas Community College ♦ San Jacinto College ♦ South Texas College ♦ Tarrant County College District ♦ Texarkana Community College ♦ Texas Southmost College ♦ University of Texas Rio Grande Valley ♦ University of Texas San Antonio ♦ Weatherford College

Membership Benefits

Each college and university in Texas can subscribe to Quality Matters as an individual institution or they may join through our state-wide system. TxQMC members receive all the benefits and discounts of QM membership PLUS additional benefits and discounts by joining through our consortium.

  • Texas community of QM practitioners

  • QM-certified training facilitators at colleges across the state

  • QM-certified course reviewers at colleges across the state

Join Our Community!

If your college is ready to become a part of this dynamic group and collaborate with others for quality in higher education, contact us! After the initial contact to express interest, you will complete the following steps.

Step 1: Your institution identifies a main point of contact for billing and training: the QM Coordinator.

Step 2: TxQMC will invoice your institution for the membership fee (if joining mid-year, a pro-rated membership will be available)

Step 3: QM Coordinator begins specific QM Coordinator training detailing the resources and trainings of QM.

Step 4: Once the payment has been processed, your institution is a member of QM and TxQMC. System Lead will set up an orientation meeting with the QM Coordinator.

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