2800 East Spring Creek Parkway
Since offering its first classes at area high schools in 1985, Collin College has expanded to serve about 53,000 credit and continuing education students each year. The only public college in the county, the college offers more than 100 degrees and certificates in a wide range of disciplines.
Strategic Goals The overall goals of the college for fiscal years 2012 - 2016. The strategic goals act as a motivating force and measure performance and achievement.
Human Resources Considering working at Collin College? Employees enjoy a number of benefits. Collin's employee benefits and other HR information are available here.
Financial Information: Purchasing, Bid Opportunities, New Vendor Registration, Surplus Property, Budget, Annual Financial Reports, Investments, Disclosures,
District Statistics Statistical profile of college enrollment, outcomes, demographics and other term statistics.
Quality Enhancement Plan The Quality Enhancement Plan (QEP) is a key component of the reaffirmation process required by the Commission on Colleges (COC) of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools (SACS).
Conferencing Facilities Conferencing facilities, meeting rooms, lecture halls and classrooms may be rented when space is available. The college also provides professional catering services and audio/visual needs.
Public Information Requests - The Texas Open Records Act makes a variety of information on the college available to the general public.
53,000 students, including those taking continuing education courses
In-County: $33.30 per credit hour; Out-of-County: $65.70 per credit hour; Out-of-State: $115.20 per credit hour
Actors Scott Michael Foster and Michael Urie, Graphic Designer and Animator Brian Allen, Scientist Vincent Nguyen, Industrial Psychologist Dr. Sydney Anne Barcus and Physician Dr. Tri Phung.
Collin College offers more than 100 degrees and certificates in a wide range of disciplines, including Associate of Arts degrees in General Studies, Business, Communication, Criminal Justice, Music and Nursing, Associate of Science degrees in General Studies, Computer Science, Engineering and Engineering Technology, and Associate of Arts in Teaching degrees in Teaching Early Childhood through Grade 6, Teaching Grades 4 through 8, Early Childhood through Grade 12 Special Education and Teaching Grades 8 through 12 other than Special Education.
There are many different types of scholarships that are available. Some scholarships are based upon merit, while others are based upon financial need. There are also scholarship programs that give special consideration to minority students and students entering a particular degree program or field of study.
Collin College offers campus work-study jobs, student loans and scholarships to students who qualify for federal financial and/or state aid.
Accounting, American Sign Language, Anthropology, Arabic, Art, Biology, Business, Chemistry, Chinese, Communication, Computer Science, Criminal Justice, Dance Economics, Education, Engineering, Engineering Technology, English, Environmental Science, French, Geography, Geology, German, Government, History, Humanities, Industrial Engineering, Italian, Japanese, Mathematics, Music, Nursing, Paralegal/ Legal Assistance, Philosophy, Photography, Physical Education, Physics, Psychology, Russian, Sociology, Social Work, Spanish, Speech and Theatre/Drama.
Collin’s Continuing Education and Workforce Development Division has a training program for every individual. Some courses include Creative Writing, Fine Arts, Computer Fundamentals, Computer-Aided Design & Drafting, Digital Photography & Video and Publishing & Graphic Design.
There tons of ways to get involved with the student community at Collins Collin. Aside from the assortment of on campus clubs, including the Hospitality and Culinary Student Association, the Music Bachs and the Collin College Film Society, there are also six honor societies, such as Chi Alpha Epsilon, Kappa Delta Pi, National Technical Honor Society and Phi Theta Kappa, to name a few.