Apply Texas -- Online Application Process
Apply Online. Apply Early. Avoid the Lines.
Please note the first day to submit online application for the following terms:
Single Summer Term 2015 January 26, 2015
Fall 2015 February 18, 2015
Applying to Collin College is now even easier and more convenient by using the Apply Texas application!
Collin College accepts applications from students through the Apply Texas initiative. Apply Texas is a collaborative program between Texas colleges and universities and the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board. This program is designed to centralize the application process for any student living inside or outside the state and wishing to attend a Texas institution.
Once your application is received, you will get email correspondence from Collin that provides your status. Check your email often!
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Collin requires transcripts from all colleges and universities attended. Please order your official transcripts now.
If you have not attended another college or university, then you will need to provide your official high school transcript or GED. Transcripts are required to complete the admissions process.
Each of the links listed below will open a new web page and you will be directed to a website outside of the Collin College website. In order to continue exploring the Collin College website, simply close the new window and continue exactly where you left off.
Click Here to go to the Texas Online Application web page.
Click Here to learn more about Apply Texas.
Click Here if you have questions about Apply Texas.
General questions can be addressed by the staff in the Admissions and Records Offices.
ONLINE APPLICATION DEADLINES
|Spring 2015||January 9, 2015|
Single Summer Term 2015
July 9, 2015
|Fall 2015||August 14, 2015|
Note: If you wish to apply for 3-Week May, select and complete the Summer application.
There will be an option box at the end of the application to select 3-Week May.
If you need more information on qualifying for Texas Residency, click here to go to the College For All Texans web page.
If you feel your residency status is incorrect, please fill out the Residency Reclassification Request form entirely and turn it in to the Admissions Office at any campus. Our Contact Us link on the left hand side of this page will give more information about our locations and business hours. As an alternative to bringing it in, the completed form may be faxed to 972.548.6766.