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Collin Support Services
Support Services and Additional Links

Academic Advising is in place to help you clarify your educational goals and then to develop an educational plan for making your goals a reality.

The Admissions Office will assist you with the Collin College Application process.

Career Services & Student Employment provides Career counseling and assessments, Professional development seminars, career events and job fairs, as well as, on- and off-campus student employment to Collin College students.

Continuing Education and Workforce Development offers noncredit courses to increase your knowledge of skills, either to help you on the job or for your personal enrichment for individuals who are not enrolled in a formally structured curriculum.

Counseling Services supports and assists enrolled students who have personal issues that impact their college experience.  Individual appointments with Licensed Professional Counselors may be scheduled by contacting our office by phone or email. 

Dean of Students office is responsible for issues such as student rights, student and parental concerns, responding to crisis situations, harassment, and discipline. 

Dual Credit / Concurrent Enrollment provides information necessary for high school aged students interested in earning college credit.

The Financial Aid Office will work with you in identifying and obtaining resources to support your educational pursuits. 

Student Life provides co-curricular civic, educational, leadership, and social programs to enhance student learning and development.

The Testing Center provides students access to a comfortable, secure test environment designed to facilitate their personal and professional educational goals.

Tutoring Services are free of charge to currently enrolled Collin students.

The Math Lab is staffed with faculty, lab instructors, and student tutors to assist Collin College students enrolled in developmental math, college level math, and natural science courses that have math based assignments.

The Writing Center is staffed with consultants and tutors to assist Collin College students in improving their written communication skills.

External Links

Collin County: TAPS Public Transit -

Dallas Area Rapid Transit (DART) -

DART On-Call -

Department of Assistive and Rehabilitative Services (DARS) -

Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) -

Resource Centers on Independent Living (REACH) -

U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs -

Student Resources
Faculty / Staff Resources