Monthly Archives: October 2016

(Seated L-R) Dr. Ray Keck, interim president & CEO of Texas A&M University–Commerce and Dr. Neil Matkin, district president of Collin College, signed an agreement bringing university classes to the Collin College Preston Ridge Campus in Frisco on Wed., Oct. 12, while the Chancellor of the Texas A&M University System John Sharp and other university and college officials gathered in support.

2+2 = MORE OPPORTUNITIES FOR ALL

2+2 = MORE OPPORTUNITIES FOR ALL

Collin College, Texas A&M University-Commerce Partner for Frisco Campus Classes On Oct. 12, Collin College and Texas A&M University-Commerce signed an agreement bringing university classes to Collin’s Preston Ridge Campus. Presidents of both institutions put their signatures on official documents as dignitaries celebrated the newest additions for undergraduate education in Collin County. “Texas A&M University-Commerce

Collin students volunteer with Habitat for Humanity on Oct. 22, Make a Difference Day.

COLLIN VOLUNTEERS MAKE A DIFFERENCE

(Above) Collin students volunteer with Habitat for Humanity on Make a Difference Day. Collin College volunteers joined forces with local organizations to make the most of Make a Difference Day, Oct. 22. Twenty-eight Collin College students representing the college’s Leadership Empowerment and Development (LEAD) program and other student organizations participated in a five-hour revitalization and painting

The Face of Homelessness event will be held from 7-9 p.m., Monday Nov. 14 at Spring Creek Campus.

TWO EVENTS HIGHLIGHT PLIGHT OF HOMELESS

Collin College’s Center for Scholarly and Civic Engagement will host The Face of Homelessness panel presentation and co-host a Summit on Homelessness with the Collin County Homeless Coalition this month. Face of Homelessness Panel Presentation 7– 9 p.m., Monday, Nov. 14 at the Spring Creek Campus Living Legends Conference Center, 2800 E. Spring Creek Parkway

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