The Collin College Master Plan
Delivering a brighter future for our students and communities

Master Plan Priorities


The following priorities will guide Collin College from 2020-2025. These priorities will clearly move the college forward toward its vision of …

"Delivering a brighter future for our students and communities."




  • Priority 1
    Collin College graduatation


    Collin College alumna


    Collin College students in quad


    Collin College culinary students


    Collin College culinary students

    Priority 1:

    Streamline the college’s administrative data systems to improve business processes and accommodate growth

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  • Priority 2

    Priority 2:

    Implement planned and future components of the comprehensive safety and emergency management plan

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  • Priority 3

    Priority 3:

    Strategically expand existing instruction and service delivery modalities to maximize access to college programs

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  • Priority 4

    Priority 4:

    Examine and develop expansion plans for existing facilities and future programs to accommodate growth in the service area

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  • Priority 5

    Priority 5:

    Complete Phase III and IV projects and prioritize repurposing of available facilities

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  • Priority 6

    Priority 6:

    Assess current and proposed college facilities and extracurricular programs to identify and prioritize opportunities for improved student recruitment, engagement, and success

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Strategic Plan 2020-2025




  • Priority 1
    Collin Cougar and student


    Collin College students in quad


    Collin College alumna


    Collin College students in library


    Collin College anatomy lab

    Goal 1:

    Improve student outcomes to meet or exceed local, state, and regional accreditation thresholds and goals

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  • Priority 2

    Goal 2:

    Develop and implement strategies to become a national exemplar in program and student outcomes

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  • Priority 3

    Goal 3:

    Create and implement comprehensive integrated pathways to support student transitions

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  • Priority 4

    Goal 4:

    Implement the third Baccalaureate degree by Fall 2022 and continue adding 2+2 programs with university partners

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  • Priority 5

    Goal 5:

    Develop and implement a comprehensive staffing and succession model

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  • Priority 6

    Goal 6:

    Develop a coordinated and systematic approach to engage external stakeholders

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Academic and Workforce Programs

College Academic Programs

Academic Degrees

Associate of Arts (AA)
AA General Studies
AA Business
AA Communication
AA Criminal Justice
AA Music

Associate of Science (AS)
AS General Studies
AS Computer Science

Associate of Arts in Teaching (AAT)
AAT Early Childhood Grade 6
AAT Middle Grades (Grades 4-8)
AAT High School (Grades 8-12)

Bachelor’s Degree Programs
Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN)
Bachelor of Applied Technology (BAT) in Cybersecurity


Academic Certificates

Business Field of Study
Communication Field of Study
Computer Science Field of Study
Civil Engineering Field of Study
Electrical Engineering Field of Study
Mechanical Engineering Field of Study
Music Field of Study
Core Completion Certificate





Workforce Programs


For a complete listing of the college's workforce programs, please visit http://www.collin.edu/academics/AcadPrg_careerclusters.html.



Campuses and Centers

 


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Economic Impact

 

 

Chart: Impacts created by Collin College in FY 2019-2018
Chart: Impacts created by Collin College's New Campuses

Collin County Community College District (Collin College) creates value in many ways. The college plays a key role in helping students increase their employability and achieve their individual potential. The college draws students to the county, generating new dollars and opportunities for Collin County. Collin College provides students with the education, training, and skills they need to have fulfilling and prosperous careers. Furthermore, Collin College is a place for students to meet new people, increase their self-confidence, and promote their overall health and well-being.

These new Collin College campuses in Allen, Celina, Farmersville and Wylie will expand the college’s capacity and allow it to positively affect a greater number of students, and, through those students, the economy at large.

The new campuses will create new jobs for additional faculty and staff and will increase the associated day-to-day purchases from county businesses. Additionally, Collin College will attract more students to the county and retain students in the county that would have left, thus positively impacting the county economy through the students’ spending. This will provide a steady stream of long-run spending impacts year after year. Lastly, as the students who would otherwise not have been served graduate, they will generate long-run benefits within the county.

 

 

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Existing Campuses

New Campuses

 

 

Source EMSI (Economic Value of Collin College Executive Summary and the Economic Impact of Collin College’s New Campuses Executive Summary)

 

 

 

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