At Champions School of Real Estate®, customer satisfaction is our number one priority. We work very hard at providing our students with the best learning experience possible. This section is dedicated to answering any questions you may have and providing you with the resources you need to achieve your goal of finding success in the Real Estate industry. Please make a selection below or contact us with any additional questions you may have.
General Student Resources
Important information about Champions' policies and using our website. Learn More
Real Estate Student Resources (Texas)
Important information and external links for our Texas Real Estate students. Learn More
Loan Originator Student Resources
Important information and external links for our Loan Originator students. Learn More
Home Inspector Student Resources (Texas)
Important information and external links for our Texas Home Inspector students. Learn More
Appraisal Student Resources
Important information and external links for our Appraisal students. Learn More
Champions Campus Locations
Important contact and location information for each our campus locations. Learn More
In order to attain a Real Estate Sales Agent license in the state of Texas, you must complete the educational requirements set forth by the Texas Real Estate Commission (TREC), file a license application, and pass the state exam. The current educational requirement is 180 hours which is covered in six 30-hour courses.
Champions offers a convenient, all-inclusive package for $945 which includes everything you need in order to apply for a license and prepare for the state exam. For more information about the licensing process and the packages that we offer, please visit our Steps to a Texas Real Estate License page.
Champions offers students the choice between purchasing the courses independently or together as a package. Regardless of which method you choose, tuition must be paid in full at the time of enrollment. The individual courses that make up the packages are offered individually and can be purchased one-at-a-time as you move through the program. Keep in mind that purchasing the courses together in a package will always save you a little bit of money in the long run.
What are the different class delivery methods and how do they work?
A dynamic, instructor-led, correspondence course held over two days in the classroom. Students receive 30-hours of credit with the Texas Real Estate Commission. Learn More
Students study the course material (textbook or online PDF) at their own pace and then take the homework and exam for credit in our online testing system via their ChampionsSchool.com account. (Please Note that all Exams for Real Estate QE/SAE courses must be proctored via our Live Broadcast system or at a Campus)Learn More
Students read through the provided textbook materials and complete the homework assignments at home before coming into a campus testing center to complete the proctored exam. Learn More
Students work through the course material that is presented in a timed online format complete with videos, interactive games, and online exams. Learn More
A fully interactive, real-time system, ChampionsLive! allows students to participate in an instructor-led class from their home or office using a webcam. Learn More
Once you have completed the 6 required courses, you will need to submit your license application, application fee, and class completion certificates to the Texas Real Estate Commission (TREC). Please visit our "Steps to a Texas Real Estate License" page for relevent links and additional information pertaining to this process.
Once you submitted your application, application fee, and class certificates, it can take up to 15 days to receive an approval letter from the Texas Real Estate Commission (TREC). Your approval letter will include a special code that you will use to schedule your exam with Pearson Vue. You cannot schedule your state exam with Pearson Vue until you have received an approval code from TREC. Exams are administered at testing centers located throughout the state of Texas.