Daily Archives: May 18, 2006

Voters Add McGuffee, Keep Kaplan

The Austin Chronicle – Voters Add McGuffee, Keep Kaplan

Article on ACC Did a Disservice to All

The Austin Chronicle – Article on ACC Did a Disservice to All

Student, Teacher Awards Given at Graduation

Arthur Vargas and Misty Dawn were presented Presidential Achievement Awards during Austin Community College’s 2006 commencement ceremony Thursday, May 11, in the Palmer Events Center. Dr. Stephen B. Kinslow presented the awards in recognition of … Continue reading

From Construction to Cooking

The newly formed ACC student chapter of The National Home Builder’s Association will volunteer at the annual Children’s Miracle Network fundraiser at the A+ Credit Union in San Marcos on Saturday, May 20. The students … Continue reading

Students Screen Shorts

Students in ACC’s Radio, Television, and Film Department recently showed off their production talents at a public screening at the Northridge Campus. Students were required to screen their “shorts” or short films as final projects … Continue reading

Narrowing the Nursing Gap

ACC’s Vocational Nursing Department was recently commended by the Board of Nurse Examiners For the State of Texas for having a 98 percent pass rate on the 2005 National Counsel Licensure Examination for Practical Nurses … Continue reading

Fire Academy Cadets Become Official Firefighters

ACC Fire Academy cadets scored a 100 percent pass rate on the state certification exam, scoring at least an 80 out of 100 percent, making the class test average 85 percent.

University of Houston-Victoria Offers 200 “Try UHV” Scholarships to ACC Students

Austin Community College (ACC) District students interested in getting a jump on a bachelor’s degree have a new, free, online option beginning this summer. The University of Houston-Victoria (UHV) is offering scholarships for one online … Continue reading


Austin, TX – May 3, 2006 – Christina Chapman never imagined she would have to quit school to care for her mother who had fallen ill. She also never imagined she would be on her … Continue reading

Humanities Endowment Grants Go To Adjunct Instructor

Sharon Beynon, adjunct faculty instructor in English and Developmental Communications, has been selected to participate in two of the National Endowment for the Humanities’ Landmarks of American History and Culture workshops this summer. The workshops … Continue reading

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