Collin Cougar with student

FOUNDERS WEEK A GOOD TIME FOR ALL

[Show slideshow] Collin College marked Founders Week in early April with a full slate of activities intended to celebrate all things Collin, including the traditional “Blue Out” and new events to recognize 31 years of the Collin Pride. The college campuses each took a moment to raise the new Collin flag, featuring the familiar logo

NEW BLOCK SCHEDULING OPTION AVAILABLE FOR FALL

Collin College will offer block scheduling for select certificates and one degree beginning this fall. Administrators hope block scheduling will improve completion rates by providing more consistent class times for students. The college will offer an associate of applied science from the Interpreter Education Program (IEP), as well as certificates in Computer Networking Technology Software

US Supreme Court Building

COURT IS IN SESSION FOR NEW HONORS CLASS

Students in Professor Julie L. Hershenberg’s fall federal government honors class will have the chance to stand in for the jurists and interest groups who helped shape American policy as they debate U.S. Supreme Court cases from throughout our country’s history. The class is being offered at a time when Justice Antonin Scalia’s death and

DON’T FORGET THESE IMPORTANT REGISTRATION AND PAYMENT DATES

Regular summer registration is available from May 6 through Monday, July 11. Funding for all summer registration is due at the time of registration, regardless of the course start date or duration. Courses not funded in full at the time of registration may be dropped for non-payment. Be sure to verify your courses are the

"Photo booth" at a carnival

COLLIN COLLEGE LAB SCHOOL MARKS ‘WEEK OF THE YOUNG CHILD’

Squeals of delight sounded from all around the playground as children, most under four years old, dashed from activity to activity, enjoying the carnival set up by the Collin College Lab School. At one corner, children got to play dress-up and have photos taken in a “photo booth.” At another station, they got a little

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