Monthly Archives: June 2011

OIEA Updates for June 2011

Our web site is located at http://www.austincc.edu/oiepub.  At the top of the side bar, you will find a What’s New? link which will take you to the recently posted reports and updates from our office. … Continue reading

Summer 2011 Informance at ACC Rio Grande Campus

Featuring Texas State University’s Merge Company, ACC’s Vitality Exhale student club, and dancers from the Performance Workshop class. Tuesday, June 28   7:00 pm Rio Grande Campus 1212 Rio Grande Mainstage Theatre FREE For more information … Continue reading

ACC Begins GED Healthcare Foundations Class

San Marcos Record – ACC Begins GED Healthcare Foundations Class

Dr. Rhodes Named to National Commission on Future of Community Colleges

Community College Times – Dr. Rhodes Named to National Commission on Future of Community Colleges

Director of ACC’s CPPPS Analyzes Effect of Council Election

KXAN – Director of ACC’s CPPPS Analyzes Effect of Council Election

PowerPoint Details Implications of Legislative Session

ACC has updated its PowerPoint detailing the implications of the legislative session, including cuts in funding and how the college will respond. Please view the PowerPoint here: Implications of 82nd Legislative Session

Course Fee Replaces Lab Fee, Offsets State Budget Cuts

By Neil Vickers Associate Vice President of Finance and Budget At the May 2 meeting, the Board of Trustees adopted tuition and fee rates for the fall 2011 semester. In the budget studies leading up … Continue reading

Distance Learning Loading Changes

By Mike Midgley Vice President of Workforce Education and Business Development At its June 2 meeting, Academic and Campus Affairs Council approved changes to the faculty workload Administrative Rule related to Distance Learning courses. These … Continue reading

Community Action Partners With ACC on Foundations in Health Careers GED Class

San Marcos Local News – Community Action Partners With ACC on Foundations in Health Careers GED Class

ACC’s Choir Is ‘Putting It Together’

Austin Live Theatre – ACC’s Choir Is ‘Putting It Together’

ACC Trustee Reflects On First Year

Cedar Park Citizen – ACC Trustee Reflects On First Year

ACC Opens Juneteenth Weekend with Annual Celebration at Eastview

ACC’s Eastview Campus hosted Sounds of Freedom, the college’s annual Juneteenth celebration for a community crowd of all ages on Friday, June 17. Juneteenth is a U.S. holiday honoring African American heritage. It commemorates the … Continue reading

French & English Combine on Stage for “Literary Follies” at Rio Grande

ACC French students take the stage this weekend for the sixth edition of Illustre-Stage, a French-English play. They perform “Literary Follies” at 8 p.m. Friday and Saturday, June 24-25, in the Rio Grande Campus Gallery … Continue reading

Illustre-Stage Brings Molière to ACC’s Gallery Theater

The play is a “mash up” of French myths and stories. Continue reading

Happy Trails to Dr. Stephen B. Kinslow

Join the college and community in wishing Dr. Kinslow happy trails with a retirement celebration and scholarship fundraiser on July 7. Continue reading

Summer 2011 Registration Date Changes

Please note the following changes to the registration dates for the summer 2011 second 5-1/2-week teaching session: The last day of regular registration changes from Wednesday, June 22 to Monday, June 27. The payment deadline … Continue reading

Program Focuses on the Future of Sustainable Design

ACC’s Continuing Education Division is offering individuals the chance to design their own sustainable lifestyle during a five-day Sustainable Designs Systems Camp. The camp is July 18-22, from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., at the … Continue reading

The ACC Choir Stages Sondheim Musical

The ACC Choral Department is bringing the Broadway king’s music to Austin. The choir will perform Stephen Sondheim’s Broadway revue “Putting It Together” from June 24 to July 3. The show runs each Friday and … Continue reading

Sociology Instructor Honored

Congratulations to Sociology Adjunct Associate Professor Rennison Lalgee for being one of the 2011 recipients of the ASA/SAGE Teaching Innovations & Professional Development Award. Inspired by authors of “Our Social World: Introduction to Sociology” and … Continue reading

May 2011 – Hays Campus Update

May 2011 – While a legal issue precludes the establishing a project budget, we are moving forward with the master planning effort of the entire 96 acres. Master Plan The survey of the project was … Continue reading

Deborah Hill – June 10, 2011

It is with great sadness that we announce the death of our colleague, Deborah L. Hill. After being diagnosed with cancer earlier in the year, Deborah passed away on Friday, June 10, 2011. Deborah began … Continue reading

ACC Website Redesign Coming

Austincc.edu is getting a new look. The college has begun the process of redesigning its website, with a focus on the pages that get the most traffic – such as the homepage and other landing … Continue reading

Register Your Cellphone

ACC has an Emergency Alert System that provides text message alerts as one method by which members of the ACC community may be contacted in case of an emergency. Please register your cellphone today by … Continue reading

ACC Youth Programs Offers CSI and Computer Programming Camps in July

Move over, campfires and sing-alongs – ACC Youth Programs is bringing Central Texas teenagers a different kind of camp experience. The college’s Summer Merit Program camps help prepare students for future careers by teaching them … Continue reading

New ACC President Reflects on Past, Looks to Future

El Paso Inc – New ACC President Reflects on Past, Looks to Future

From Iraq to ACC: Veteran Prepares to Graduate

When BJ Morris completes the requirements for his associate degree this August, it will be the culmination of a journey that has taken the ACC student across the world and back. A native of Booneville, … Continue reading

ACC and Other Organizations Partner to Help Foster Youth

Community Impact – ACC and Other Organizations Partner to Help Foster Youth

Fall Registration Open to All Students

Austin Community College District fall registration is now open to all students. The fall term begins Monday, August 22. “ACC has a wide spectrum of educational programs and support services to help you meet your … Continue reading

ACC Group is First Community College Chapter of Solar Energy Society

The Renewable Energy Student Association (RESA) just took one giant ‘green’ step. The ACC student organization recently became the first community college student chapter in the country to join the American Solar Energy Society, a … Continue reading

ACC Awaiting Ruling; Construction Delayed for Campus in Kyle

Austin American-Statesman – ACC Awaiting Ruling; Construction Delayed for Campus in Kyle

Back to Top