Daily Archives: July 18, 2007

In Need of some Motivation? Women’s Conference Can Help

Austin, TX – July 18, 2007 – Barbara Jordan once said, “Education remains the key to both economic and political empowerment.” These words from Texas’ first African American female senator still ring true today. Education, … Continue reading

Professor Releases Second Book

Welding Professor Bob Fowler has released his second book, entitled “Step By Step Guide to Becoming a Professional Metal Sculptor.” This 157-page, illustrated book covers architectural sculpture, murals, and how to tool-up, create, and install … Continue reading

New budget holds line on in-district tuition

President/CEO Stephen B. Kinslow, left, and Board Chair John Hernandez deliberate the FY08 budget during Monday night’s Board of Trustees meeting. Photo taken by Dawn Jones-Garcia of The Daily Texan. The ACC District Board of … Continue reading

Effort would lower tuition for Round Rock students

If you live in Round Rock, chances are you will soon have the option to join the ACC District and receive all the benefits of living “in-district,” including free Early College Start classes, the convenience … Continue reading

College gives hope to children exiting foster care

Foster care alumna Veronica Lockett and her daughter, Raney, visit the Rio Grande Campus. When the “Survivor Independence ACTS 2007” conference is held at Austin Community College’s Eastview Campus on July 28, Veronica Lockett and … Continue reading

This bridge leads to college preparedness

Incoming student Walker Massie boosts his math skills in the summer bridge program. Here at ACC, our focus is on the students. That’s why, for the second summer, we’re offering bridge programs in reading, writing, … Continue reading

Riding for a cause: Student raises cash for cancer

Jody Cross Many students spend their summers hanging out by the pool or with friends. Jody Cross is riding her bike from Texas to Alaska. The Austin Community College student is participating in the Texas … Continue reading

Preparing for the worst can keep you safe

ACC Police Chief Frankie Waller and Environmental Health and Safety Director Becky Cole lead the first tabletop scenario at the Highland Business Center. In the 16 years Dahlia Anzaldua has worked at the Austin Community … Continue reading

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