Monthly Archives: November 2016

NEW STUDENT ORIENTATION Q&A WITH STEPHEN ROGERS

Today, Cougar News is chatting with Stephen Rogers to get the skinny on new student orientation. As the Coordinator of Programs for New Students at Collin College, he is the man with the answers. What is new with student orientation? New student orientation is now mandatory for First Time In College (FTIC) students.   If

The new Geology 1402 class discusses earth's majesty, mysteries and dangers, building on topics covered in Earth Science I.

EARTH SCIENCE II CLASS ABOUT MORE THAN ROCKS

This spring, Collin College will offer Geology 1402 – Earth Science II for the first time. The course, which is designed for non-science majors, includes a lab. Students will learn about climate change, renewable resources, fossil fuels, hurricanes, volcanoes, solar flares, extinction events, impact craters, rip currents, earthquakes and more. Collin Cougar sat down with

WORKING-CLASS STUDIES ESSAY CONTEST ANNOUNCED

The Texas Center for Working-Class Studies is sponsoring its third annual student essay contest, with a focus on the theme of Working-Class Studies. Students from all disciplines are encouraged to submit essays of any genre related to this theme. Submissions can include research essays, historical overviews, memoirs, creative nonfiction, profiles or any other genre. The

Cougar News - Veterans Special Edition: Celebrating the diversity and scope of Collin College's Veterans population and the programs offered to them.

EXTRA! COUGAR NEWS SPECIAL EDITION!

Download a PDF of Cougar News Special Edition full of stories about student veterans, their contributions to Collin College and special Veterans Week events. A full, printable list is available only on page 6 of the PDF. Download the web-only PDF, a high quality printable version or read the individual stories on Collin’s Veterans Benefits,

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