About the Collin College Board of Trustees
The Collin College Board of Trustees is comprised of nine members, elected at large for a six-year term by voters throughout Collin County. The Board is comprised of:
|Andrew Hardin, Chair||Place 9 (2021-2027)|
|Jay Saad, Vice Chair||Place 2 (2019-2023)|
|Dr. Raj Menon, Secretary||Place 5 (2019-2025)|
|Jim Orr, Treasurer||Place 7 (2021-2027)|
|Stacy Anne Arias||Place 6 (2019-2025)|
|Dr. J. Robert Collins||Place 8 (2021-2027)|
|Dr. Stacey Donald||Place 3 (2017-2023)|
|Greg Gomel||Place 4 (2019-2025)|
|Fred Moses||Place 1 (2017-2023)|
The Collin College Board of Trustees, in collaboration with the District President, establishes the vision for the future of the college, its mission and strategic direction. In addition, the Trustees are responsible for establishing college policy, providing rigorous fiscal oversight, and leadership for the college’s continued growth and success in meeting the needs of its students and our community.
The Board is committed to the college’s Mission and Core Values and is passionate about sharing the many benefits that Collin College brings to our students and to our community.
Eligibility for Candidacy
To be eligible for consideration, the candidate must be a citizen of the United States, at least 18 years of age, a qualified voter, a resident of Collin County for six continuous months and a resident of Texas for twelve continuous months prior to the date of the regular filing deadline for a candidate's application for a place on the ballot.
For more information, see board policy BBA(Legal) for the statutory requirements for service. In addition, Trustees must be available to attend the monthly meetings of the Board of Trustees.
Places 1, 2 and 3 will be on the May 6, 2023 ballot. Board policies governing elections may be found here.
To receive a filing packet to run for the office of trustee, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Notice of Deadline to File an Application
2023 Board of Trustees Candidates
2023 Notice of Trustee Election
Collin College is an equal opportunity institution and provides educational and employment opportunities without discrimination on any basis protected by applicable law.