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Collin College Bond Passes

COLLIN COLLEGE BOND PASSES

COLLIN COLLEGE BOND PASSES

May 6 was history in the making — the day voters approved Collin College’s $600 million bond proposal. The bond will facilitate a long-range plan to accommodate the projected population growth in Collin County over the next two decades. “We are grateful for the community’s support of our vision for the future,” said Dr. Neil

Officer Warren McNurlen

COLLIN COLLEGE POLICE OFFICERS VOLUNTEER FOR SPECIAL OLYMPICS

It wasn’t just the great food that drew Officer Warren McNurlen to Norma’s Café in Frisco recently. This Collin College police officer was participating in “Tip-A-Cop,” a program which supports Special Olympics Texas athletes. Police officers volunteered at four Norma’s locations and raised $12,603. “We are involved because as officers and a department we like

A group of dancers perform at SpringFest.

SPRINGFEST, COLLIN’S GOT TALENT ENTERTAIN, EDUCATE WITH FUN

(Above) A group of dancers perform at SpringFest. For more images from SpringFest, visit http://www.collin.edu/webgalleries/springfest2017/index.htm and check out  Facebook.com/CollinCollege. Hundreds of students took part in the biennial tradition of SpringFest at Spring Creek Campus, April 27, enjoying food, fun and student organization interaction. The outdoor festivities were followed by Collin’s Got Talent, which had a

Collin College Student Employee of the Year nominees

ALL COLLEGE COUNCIL NAMES STUDENT EMPLOYEE OF YEAR

(Above) A group of exceptional student employees was honored during a reception for the Student Employee of the Year.  Hermon Feron was named Collin College’s first-ever Student Employee of the Year and several student workers were honored at a special reception organized by Collin College’s All College Council (ACC), April 18. The reception recognized “excellence

Collin College's performance of "The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee"

GIVE YOUR SEMESTER A BIG MUSICAL FINISH

Looking for a way to relax before finals begin? How about taking in a show? The Collin College theatre and music departments have several shows to see. Collin Theatre Center closes out its 2016-2017 season with “The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee,” which opened April 29 in Spring Creek Campus’s Black Box Theatre.  Directed by

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