Celina Campus

Celina Campus Rendering
Sitting on approximately 75 acres, the Celina Campus provides greater access to a quality educational experience for northwestern Collin County.
The 96,000 square foot facility is designed to accommodate 2,500 students. The building includes 16 classrooms, 5 computer labs, 3 science labs, and a health science workforce lab. Student support for the campus includes the Brenda Willard Goodell Library, and Anthony Peterson Center for Academic Assistance (tutoring), a career center, a testing center, a bookstore, and all student and enrollment services functions.


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The college offers general education courses,  Art, Business Management, Computer/IT, Medical Terminology, Vocational Nursing Program, and continuing education classes.

Degrees, Certificates and Areas of Study



The Celina Campus also works with Celina ISD and Prosper ISD to offer multiple Dual Credit courses to high school students. Classes are taught on the high school campuses, the Celina Campus, and online. 

Dual Credit


Celina Campus Testing Center offers a variety of testing services, including TSI, Pearson VUE, and CLEP tests.

Testing Center


If you have not applied to Collin College, there is still time.

Visit the Admissions & Aid webpage to get started. 

If you would like to connect with Student Services click on the links below:

Advising Resources

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Register soon before courses fill up. In-person, online, and hybrid courses are available, or try Collin Weekend College!

Collin Weekend College

District Dean of Evening and Weekend College

Gaye Cooksey 469.365.1808 gcooksey@collin.edu

Credit Spring 2023  
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General Education Courses  
Business Management Program Information Sheet
Computer Networking Program Information Sheet
Health Professions Program Information Sheet
Vocational Nursing Program Information Sheet


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