Monthly Archives: April 2008

Student Ensemble Presents Night of Jazz

The ACC Vocal Jazz Ensemble will present a night of jazz at 8 p.m. Friday, May 2, at the Northridge Campus Lecture Hall, Building 4000. The eight-member group will sing pop, swing, bebop, and Latin … Continue reading

Symposium to be held Friday at Riverside

A solar energy symposium will be held Friday, May 2, in Room S103 at Riverside Campus. Times are from 10 a.m. to noon and 1:30 to 3:30 p.m. The prospects of solar energy and its … Continue reading

ACC’S Largest Campus Could Be Setting Up Shop in Round Rock

KLBJ – ACC’S Largest Campus Could Be Setting Up Shop in Round Rock

Business Owner Finds Himself Instructor, Student at ACC

Round Rock Leader – Business Owner Finds Himself Instructor, Student at ACC

El Dia draws community

Hundreds of people enjoyed singers, dancers, games, and free food Saturday at the Riverside Campus during the annual Dia de la Familia. Austin Community College District hosts the campus festival each year to invite residents … Continue reading

Artists Feature Works at Cypress Creek

Featured artists from Austin Community College, Leander ISD, and the Cedar Park community will hold a show April 26 through May 2 at Cypress Creek Campus, 1555 Cypress Creek Road, Cedar Park. An opening reception … Continue reading

Keller for ACC Trustee; Brister for AISD Board

Austin American-Statesman – Keller for ACC Trustee; Brister for AISD Board

Round Rock voters will decide whether to join ACC district

Austin American-Statesman – Round Rock voters will decide whether to join ACC district

Round Rock Should Join ACC

Austin American-Statesman – Round Rock Should Join ACC

Students Grill Candidates

Oak Hill Gazette – Students Grill Candidates

Students: Show Your Creative Talents

The Center for Public Policy & Political Studies (CPPPS) is increasing its number of partners producing the ACC-wide Constitution Day Celebration. In addition to working with the Social & Behavioral Sciences Division, the CPPPS has … Continue reading

Bookstore Accepting Buybacks

Sell your textbook today! With finals week fast approaching, many students will be looking to sell their textbooks. What some students may not realize is that they’ll get the best deal at an Austin Community … Continue reading

Partisan Values or Expertise?

Austin Chronicle – Partisan Values or Expertise?

Arts Review: ‘Robert Johnson: Trick the Devil’

Austin Chronicle – Arts Review: ‘Robert Johnson: Trick the Devil’

Review: ‘Robert Johnson: Trick the Devil’

Austin American-Statesman – Review: ‘Robert Johnson: Trick the Devil’

Review: ‘Robert Johnson: Trick the Devil’

Austin American-Statesman – Review: ‘Robert Johnson: Trick the Devil’

Growing the Biotech Workforce in Austin

Austin Community College will host a Growing the Biotech Workforce in Austin presentation at its Riverside Campus on April 25 from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Attendees will join area employers, educators, and workforce professionals … Continue reading

Students Encourage Voting

ACC’s Center for Public Policy and Political Studies (CPPPS) encourages its students to get involved in government as part of their education. Representatives of ACC’s Student Government Association and the student-run voter registration program, Active … Continue reading

ACC Students Encourage Voting

Press Conference: ACC students encourage voting Friday, April 25, 10 a.m., Rio Grande Campus Austin, TX – April 22, 2008 – ACC’s Center for Public Policy and Political Studies (CPPPS) encourages its students to get … Continue reading

Civic Program Gets Funding

Austin American-Statesman – Civic Program Gets Funding

Día de la Familia Celebrates Family, Highlights ACC

AUSTIN, Texas – April 18, 2008 – Last year’s event was great; this year’s promises to be even better. The second annual Día de la Familia festival will take place Saturday, April 26, from 11 … Continue reading

Dí­a de la Familia Celebrates Family, Highlights ACC

AUSTIN, Texas – April 18, 2008 – Last year’s event was great; this year’s promises to be even better. The second annual Dí­a de la Familia festival will take place Saturday, April 26, from 11 … Continue reading

2008 Election Guide

Community Impact Newspaper – 2008 Election Guide

Many in Austin Register, but Few Turn Out to Vote

Austin American-Statesman – Many in Austin Register, but Few Turn Out to Vote

ProArts/ACC: A Legendary Deal Where Roads Cross

Austin Chronicle – ProArts/ACC: A Legendary Deal Where Roads Cross

April Newsletter Now Available Online

Austin Community College’s e-newsletter for April is now available. Read about upcoming improvements at Rio Grande, Criminal Justice Professor GW Hildebrand, and more.

April 2008 eNewsletter

Welcome to the April 2008 ACC eNewsletter Rio Grande set to undergo improvements New program helps students tackle tough classes ‘Trick the Devil’ brings blues legend to life Crockett-ACC Auto Center drives local training To … Continue reading

Rio Grande set to undergo improvements

The Rio Grande Campus is undergoing exciting changes that mark a major investment toward making the campus a more rewarding experience for students and faculty and continuing that location’s historical contribution to education in Austin.

New program helps students tackle tough classes

Above: SI leader Ana Jackson writes out sample problems on the board. Below: Participants have seen their grades improve. Ana Jackson already passed College Algebra, but she’s repeating the class. This time, she signed on … Continue reading

‘Trick the Devil’ brings blues legend to life

Long Center hosts ACC-ProArts production The ACC Drama Department and ProArts Collective have produced a compelling drama about the last days of blues artist Robert Johnson. The play is written by Bill Harris and directed … Continue reading

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