Collin College's Student Development Division offers several Internet access points designed to support online and weekend students. The following is a list of important in online student resources:
Helps students clarify educational goals; develop educational plans; select majors; register for classes; evaluate transcripts; facilitate transfer; adjust to college environment.
- Central Park Campus
- Preston Ridge Campus
- Spring Creek Campus
- Advising Email Address: Academic Advising@collin.edu
- Online Academic Advising: http://collin.wimba.com/
ACCESS, Accommodations at Collin College for Equal Support Services:
Provides specialized services, including tutoring services, and reasonable academic accommodations for students with documented disabilities.
Admissions & Registrar Office:
Admits students to the college, registers, and withdraws students from courses, determines residency, maintains educational records, evaluates transcripts of incoming students and degree / certificate completers, generates official and unofficial transcripts.
- Online Application
- Online Admission Forms
- Admissions Appeal
- Collin College Catalog
- International Students
- Residency Requirements
- Transcript Requests
Counseling / Career Services:
Assists with career exploration and decisions; employment search and job-seeking skills; Provides a clearinghouse for on- and off-campus employment opportunities. Supports and assists students who have personal issues that impact their college experience.
Connects students, families, school districts, service providers, and universities to increase access to information about educational opportunities for improved college readiness.
Financial Aid & Veteran's Services:
Administers a financial aid program that includes grants, loans, and part-time employment. Assists veterans and eligible dependents with filing required documents for educational benefits with the Veterans Administration.
- FAFSA Application
- FAFSA Resources
- Financial Aid Appeal
- Financial Aid Office
- Financial Aid Forms
- Types of Aid Available
- Veteran's Affair Office
- Veteran's Affair Forms
- Veteran's Affair Resources
The Foundation provides student scholarships and supports Collin College's mission of a student and community-centered institution committed to developing skills, strengthening character and challenging the intellect. Collin College Foundation is an avenue for financial support for the educational needs of Collin College that cannot be met through state aid or student tuition income.
International Student Office:
The International Student Office (ISO) offers a wide variety of services and programs to international studnets at Collin College. The ISO staff provides general support services, academic advising, and assistance concerning visas and related immigration issues.
- International Application for Admissions
- Concurrent Enrollment Form
- Financial Information Worksheet
- F-1 Status Verification Form
Strategies of Behavioral Intervention (SOBI):
Provides a process for reporting, assessing, responding to, and assisting students who may display various levels of distressed, disruptive, disturbed, and/or unregulated behavior to thwart and redirect behaviors that might otherwise undermine instruction and negatively impact student learning before they rise to a level that would necessitate formal disciplinary action.
Student organizations help students develop social, educational and leadership skills. Involvement in one of the recognized student organizations gives students the opportunity to network, represent the college, and become engaged in service activities both on-campus and in the community. Collin’s student organizations include groups focused on religious, political, social, service, and discipline-based issues.
Provides student access to secure testing environments at the Central Park, Preston Ridge, and Spring Creek campuses for instruction, course placement, ESL, and college readiness.