Program speakers include Dr. Sean Roden, a graduate of ACC’s Emergency Medical Services Professions Program. He served as a NASA flight surgeon and a physician for the U.S. Antarctic Program at the Admunsen – Scott South Pole Station. Read Dr. Roden’s biography.
Following the ceremony, participants can tour the campus’s high-tech labs and classrooms and enjoy refreshments.
RSVP for the event on the Highland Campus Grand Opening webpage.
Plenty of parking will be available, or take advantage of nearby Capital Metro bus and rail stops. Can’t be there? Watch a livestream of the event.
Help make the celebration memorable
Volunteers are needed to make the dedication an event to remember. If you would like to be a part of this occasion, contact Dahlia Anzaldua-Torres, firstname.lastname@example.org or 512.223.7595.
Faculty/staff move-in planned for mid-August
Faculty and staff are scheduled to begin moving into the campus mid-August. Highland Campus Manager Linda Morrison will provide detailed moving instructions to impacted faculty and staff.Â She will be at the campus beginning August 5.
The campus will open to students on August 13.
Something exciting is starting here
Classes begin at ACC’s 11th campus Monday, August 25. As of late July, duplicated enrollment for the location was almost 2,400 students.
The opening of the 200,000-square-foot campus is the first phase of a larger project to redevelop the mall and surrounding area into a regional center of educational excellence and mixed-use development. See an overview of the project at From Bunker to Brilliance: ACC Highland Campus progresses toward August opening.
Also, ACC’s Board of Trustees in July authorized negotiations for an agreement for Rackspace to lease the former Dillard’s women’s store location. The partnership is expected to bring paid internships for ACC students, enhancement of tech training, and other education benefits.
Stay up-to-date on Highland Campus news and developments through the Highland Campus webpage.Back to Top