Collin College Locations
Explore our diverse campus locations, each offering a unique academic and community experience. Join us in discovering your ideal learning environment.
Collin College is committed to providing accessible opportunities for learning, involvement, and innovation throughout the community. We offer credit and continuing education courses at convenient locations across the district.
Students at the Technical Campus will benefit from state-of-the-art equipment and instruction as they pursue high-skill, high-demand careers in growing fields like construction, automotive, collision repair, HVAC, healthcare, manufacturing, welding, and more. The facility serves as a comprehensive campus, allowing traditional and dual credit students to attain workforce and transfer degrees.
The Celina Campus provides great access to quality higher education for northwestern
Collin County. The 96,000-square-feet supports up to 2,500 students.
The campus offers academic transfer courses as well as business management, computer-aided drafting and design, information technology, and health sciences.
The Farmersville Campus provides convenient access to higher education facilities for the residents of Farmersville and eastern Collin County. The 52,000-square-foot facility accommodates up to 1,250 students.
Set along the historic Shawnee Trail, the Frisco Campus is the second largest Collin campus with over 8,500 students. Students can take advantage of unique programs and amenities that foster exploration, collaboration, and critical thinking. The campus houses the award-winning Institute of Hospitality and Culinary Education (IHCE), the National Convergence Technology Center (CTC), an impressive conference center, and a university-style central quad.
The iCollin Virtual Campus offers fully online and blended general education courses. Students can utilize the student services that a traditional campus provides but have the flexibility of engaging with Collin online. Students can apply for admission, register for classes, receive tutoring, and take courses online.
The Collin Higher Education Center was created to provide a unique, multi-institutional higher education experience to area students. Three universities offer a variety of bachelor’s, master’s, and doctoral degrees in one convenient, local university center. Texas A&M University-Commerce, The University of Texas at Dallas, and The University of North Texas have partnered with Collin College to offer numerous services and amenities to support students, including on-site advising and admission assistance, wireless internet, computer labs, study areas, free and secure parking, and a student lounge.
As Collin College’s original campus, the McKinney Campus is home to the nationally-recognized Cary A. Israel Health Sciences Center, one of primary locations for Collin’s programs in Nursing and Health Sciences programs. The campus also provides general education courses that prepare students for the pursuit of a wide variety of academic goals. Students can take advantage of support resources in the Center for Academic Assistance, as well as a number of unique academic opportunities like the Honors Institute.
The Public Safety Training Center serves as the home for the Fire Science and Law Enforcement academies at Collin College. The center also provides expanded training and professional development opportunities for local fire departments and law enforcement agencies.
The Courtyard Center is conveniently located in Plano and houses the Collin Small Business Development Center (SBDC), Collin Corporate College, Center for Workforce and Economic Development (CWED), Collin’s Scholars Active in Learning (SAIL) program, and the Continuing Education and Workforce Development department.
At the Plano Campus, students benefit from rigorous academic and workforce programs at an active and engaging campus. The campus is home to the John Anthony Theatre and a myriad of fine arts programming, including an impressive art gallery and dance studio. The campus also serves Cougar Basketball and Tennis, an Honors Institute, a Veterans Resource Center, and CASMNS: The Center for Science, Math, and Natural Sciences.
Students in Rockwall and the surrounding area can complete general education courses at this conveniently located Collin College center. Both day and evening courses are offered throughout the year.
Sitting on just under 100 acres, with approximately 44 acres donated by the city of Wylie, the Wylie Campus is located along Country Club Road across from the Wylie Municipal Complex. Phase one of the Wylie Campus development includes three multi-story instructional buildings that function as the Library, Campus Commons, and Student Center with conference center facilities.