The Plano Campus (Spring Creek) is closed through Sunday, March 14th due to weather
damage. All classes at the Plano Campus (Spring Creek) will be online until further
notice and students should contact their professors with any questions.
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Located on a 76-acre site at the corner of Audie Murphy Parkway (U.S. 380) and County Road 611, the Collin College Farmersville Campus will provide convenient access to higher education facilities for the residents of Farmersville and eastern Collin County.
The first building, an approximately 52,000-square-foot facility, is designed to accommodate 1,250 learners. Construction is nearing completion, and the college expects to hold a limited schedule of second eight-week classes and continuing education classes starting in March 2021.
The facility contains seven classrooms, three computer labs, two science labs, and a workforce lab. To support students, campus amenities include a library, an Anthony Peterson Center for Academic Assistance (tutoring), a career center, a testing center, a bookstore, and all student and enrollment services functions. The college currently plans to offer general education, Business Management, Computer/IT, Logistics, Activity Care Professional, Medical Assisting Advanced Practice, and CE classes.
Registration is Open
If you have not applied to Collin College, there is still time.
Visit the Admissions and Aid webpage to get started.
If you would like to connect with Admissions, Advising, and Financial Aid, visit the Connect with Us webpage.
Register soon before courses fill up.
In-person, online, and hybrid course delivery options are available.
Spring 2021 Dates
Classes that are planned to start March 22, 2021 at the Farmersville Campus include: