Monthly Archives: February 2006

Program Sets Example in State

Austin American- Statesman – Program Sets Example in State

ACC To Engage Community on Boosting College Participation Among Minority Texans

Austin, TX – February 16, 2006 – Each spring in Central Texas, freshly minted high school graduates ask themselves, “What now?” Many will begin college in the fall, as a matter of course and thanks … Continue reading

ACC OFFERS NEW COURSES ON SOLAR ELECTRICITY

Austin, TX – Feb. 14, 2006 – As “green-building” gains speed across Austin as the preferred method for new home and office construction, a new type of skilled worker is needed: one who can install … Continue reading

Manor Education Foundation Says Yes To Young

Manor, Texas, Feb. 22, 2006 – Linda Young, special assistant to the president for Governmental and Community Relations at ACC, has been named president of the Manor Education Foundation board of directors. A board member … Continue reading

ACC to Become Part of the Rio Grande TWO-STEP Project, Making It Easier for Students with a Associate Degree in Workforce Education to Transfer into a Four-Year Program

Austin, TX – February 7, 2006 – As many as 1,100 Austin Community College (ACC) students who entered the workforce immediately following graduation from 2003 to 2005 now have a new path to earn a … Continue reading

Campaign Launched for Campus Construction

The Daily Times – Campaign Launched for Campus Construction

UT-Brownsville Recibirá a Alumnos del ACC

RUMBO – UT–Brownsville Recibirá a Alumnos del ACC

UT-Brownsville Recibirá a Alumnos del ACC

RUMBO – UT–Brownsville Recibirá a Alumnos del ACC

Prairie View A&M President Visits ACC To Personally Recruit Students

WHAT: The Austin Community College African-American Cultural Center presents “Why Go to College?” an opportunity for students to hear testimonials from several distinguished African-American speakers, including Prairie View A&M President Dr. George C. Wright, on … Continue reading

There’s No Place Like Home — ACC Students Can Get a K-State Degree Without Leaving Austin

ACC recently signed an articulation agreement with Kansas State University (K-State) in which students who complete an Associate of Science Degree in Business Administration at ACC may transfer all of the credits to K-State’s Bachelor … Continue reading

Community College Crunch

The Daily Texan – Community College Crunch

More Supporters of San Marcos CISD Annexation Speak at Public Hearing

Most of the comments heard at the February 2 public hearing in San Marcos were positive, favoring the proposed annexation of the San Marcos Consolidated Independent School District into the Austin Community College District. Visit … Continue reading

ACC Unveils Partnership

Austin Business Journal – ACC Unveils Partnership

A First Step

Fredericksburg Standard Radio Post – A First Step

ACC Board To Hold Public Hearing for San Marcos CISD Residents: ACC Trustees Welcome Comment Regarding Proposed Annexation

Austin, Texas, Jan. 31, 2006 – The Austin Community College (ACC) District Board of Trustees will hold a public hearing Thursday, February 2, on the ACC Service Plan for the San Marcos Consolidated Independent School … Continue reading

Baldridge Quality Award Presented to ACC: Datatel Client Receives Malcolm Baldrige Level II Progress Award from the University of Texas Center for Performance Excellence

Austin, Texas, Jan. 30, 2006 – Datatel, Inc. recently announced that The University of Texas Center for Performance Excellence (UTCPE) has awarded the Level II Progress Award to the Austin Community College (ACC) Information Technology … Continue reading

ACC Program Teaches International Etiquette

Austin Business Journal – ACC Program Teaches International Etiquette

ACC Issue on the Table

San Marcos Daily Record – ACC Issue on the Table

Austin Community College Wants to Add San Marcos to District

Austin American-Statesman – Austin Community College Wants to Add San Marcos to District

Community Colleges Attract More Four-Year Students

Daily Texan – Community Colleges Attract More Four-Year Students

With Or Without You, ACC Credits Can Road-Trip to UT-Brownsville

Students majoring in Allied Health Sciences and Computer Information Technology at ACC can now transfer to a four-year university without losing any of their credits. ACC recently signed an articulation agreement with the University of … Continue reading

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