Zoomed EPI with a transmit SENSE excitation was used to perform high-resolution fMRI of the human visual cortex at 3T. Tx acceleration was used to reduce the minimum TE by 6ms. BOLD responses were detected in the visual cortex with sub-millimeter in-plane resolution. A monocular stimulation paradigm was employed, and voxels displaying a left or right eye preference were detected, but ocular dominance columns were not apparent. These results show that using transmit SENSE at 3T with a 2-channel pTx system for high-resolution fMRI is possible, but would benefit from further steps to improve tSNR.