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Student Life strives to enhance student learning and development. It is the goal of Student Life to provide co-curricular civic, educational, leadership, and social programs. Students can also join student organizations and committees, work on special projects or enjoy social activities with friends.

Student Life presents a wide variety of opportunities to enrich students' college experience including: educational conferences; entertainers; field trips; guest speakers; leadership training; officer training; social, cultural, and civic events; and student organizations.

To contact Student Life Staff, click here.

For Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ), click here.

 

OFFICE HOURS & LOCATIONS

Central Park Campus

D-106
Office Phone: 972-548-6788
Fax: 972-548-6789

8 am - 5 pm  Monday, Tuesday, Thursday
8 am - 8 pm  Wednesday
9 am - 5 pm  Friday

Preston Ridge Campus

Alumni Hall - A-185
Office Phone: 972-377-1788
Fax: 972-377-1540

8 am - 8 pm  Monday, Tuesday
8 am - 5 pm  Wednesday, Thursday
9 am - 5 pm  Friday

Spring Creek Campus

F-129
Office Phone: 972-881-5788
Fax: 972-516-5084

8 am - 8 pm  Monday-Thursday
9 am - 5 pm  Friday


STUDENT ID's

Student ID's are available at any Student Life Office during normal business hours. Students will be able to get their student ID prior to the beginning of each semester as well as throughout the semester. Listed below are the dates when ID's will become available. Questions regarding student ID's can be directed to any Student Life Office.

ID's will be available for students who are currently enrolled, registered for credit courses, and have paid for classes.  Students MUST present a form of photo ID (driver's license, passport) and provide their college-wide ID number (CWID).  

NEW: As of August 14, 2015 (Fall 2015) the Student ID system has been updated. Any ID prior to this date is no longer valid and will not be accepted and should be destroyed. You must visit any Student Life Office to receive your new ID (initial replacement IDs are free). Once your ID has been upgraded, it will become active each semester you enroll and pay for classes at Collin College.

Wintermester 2016      Spring 2017
December 12                January 10

 


 WORK FOR STUDENT LIFE

Be involved at Collin College while you gain work experience!
Student Life is hiring Student Assistants for the 2016-2017 academic year. 
We are seeking dynamic students with strong work ethic and motivation to help others.
Start dates are flexible and we work around your class schedules.
 
Position Descriptions and Applications
 
PRC (Preston Ridge Campus):
CPC (Central Park Campus): 
SCC (Spring Creek Campus): 

Special Collin Discounts

Hawaiian Falls

Six Flags & Hurricane Harbor

Username:COLLINOT
Password: (numeric & case sensitive) SixFlags9

Student & Community Information
 
For information about rates and availability of all District facilities, visit the following page:
Conferencing Facilities.

For information regarding facilities for Collin Recognized Student Organization use, please visit OrgSync.

Be in control behind the wheel!
Texting while driving is becoming a national epidemic. According to the National Safety Council (2016), there are over 1 million accidents per year caused from texting while driving.  Be in control behind the wheel! There are many phone apps that help save lives by preventing people from texting while driving. Check out a few!

SAFAC (Student Activity Fee Advisory Committee)

Monthly Requests

For information about applying for funds from SAFAC, please visit OrgSync (search for the SAFAC Documents folder within the FILES tab).

Annual Budget Hearings

For the Budget Hearing meeting (taking place on 04.28.17) for the 2017-2018 academic year, you will need to submit the SAFAC Budget Hearing Request Form no later than the date/time listed on the form (a sample Memorandum is available here). Both of these forms are also available on OrgSync (search for the SAFAC Documents folder within the FILES tab).


Service & Civic Engagement Resources

For more information on civic engagement, visit the
Center for Scholarly and Civic Engagement web page.


Collin Intervention to Youth, Inc.

Shelter information for
Collin youths and families

www.cityhouse.org


Register to Vote
click here to register


Interested in volunteering in the community?
Check out these sites:
Volunteer Center of North Texas
Volunteer Match
Volunteer Solutions
The Turning Point
Collin County Children's Advocacy Center

There are additional volunteer opportunities listed in OrgSync's Service Opportunities page.