There was plenty to celebrate in 2017. Many of the developments are just the beginning of great things ahead.
The Accelerated Programmer Training (APT) Program was recognized as one of the top-performing college programs in Texas, winning the prestigious 2017 Star Award for impacting more than 800 students, helping increase computer science degree and certificate completions by 140 percent in the first two years.
Update your professional skills as well as acquire professional development credits. See what’s planned for Spring Development Day on Friday, January 12.
The Board of Trustees approved two new degree programs during its regular December meeting: The RN-to-BSN Bachelor of Science in Nursing and a proposed Associate of Science in Emergency Management.
The College and High School Relations Office has received two Upward Bound TRiO grants to prepare first-generation, low-income high school students for success in college. The grants serve students at Reagan and Travis high schools.
Faculty, administrators, and advisors spent an afternoon exploring transfer options with nearby four-year institutions at the University Partnership Summit
Updates on Elgin, Hays, Round Rock, Rio Grande, and San Gabriel campuses.
Part-time and full-time faculty are invited to utilize Faculty CRAM Week events and resources to prepare for a successful spring semester.
Juarez, 45, is reaching her dream of working in the Texas criminal justice system.
The transition into college was initially a challenge for Mellor, but he discovered his love for medicine and is now ready to pursue a four-year degree.
Congratulations to the Riverbats Bravo award recipients for November.
Update your address, EAP newsletters, December discounts, and more.
College closed for Winter Break | Dec. 23 – Jan. 3
Faculty CRAM Week | Jan. 8 – Jan. 12
Spring Development Day | Fri., Jan. 12
Martin Luther King Day – college closed | Mon., Jan. 15
Elgin Campus Grand Opening | Tues., Feb. 6
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