Technical Campus

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An artist's rendering of the Collin College Technical Campus Southwest entrance.

The Technical Campus is a comprehensive campus offering you multiple paths to succeed in high-demand, high-wage career fields. We offer over 20 programs in areas such as automotive, construction, health care, information technology and manufacturing. The campus also supports academic transfer, dual-credit, continuing education, and corporate training. Click here for a campus tour.

The 340,000 square-foot, four building complex serves up to 7,100 students. Designed with workforce education in mind, the campus provides classroom and lab space dedicated to training on the latest techniques.

Featured Programs

  • Biomedical Equipment Technology technicians install, repair, and maintain the equipment used in modern hospitals and medical facilities. The need for these highly skilled technicians continues to grow.
  • Collision Technology prepares you for the automotive collision industry with a focus on estimating damages, repairing damages, and painting vehicles. Inter-Industry Conference on Auto Collision Repair (I-CAR) certifications are integrated into the curriculum. 
  • Construction Management – Our Associate and Bachelor programs prepare you to work in a wide variety of management/supervisory roles, both in residential and commercial areas of construction. 
  • Health Professions include Certified Nurse Aide, Electrocardiography Technician, Patient Care Technician, Emergency Medical Technician or Phlebotomy Technician. Each track offers in-depth education with hands-on experiences and valuable clinical partnerships with local hospitals, facilities, and clinics.
  • Click here for a full list of programs offered at the Technical Campus.

Services and Highlights

  • The Anthony Peterson Center for Academic Assistance provides free learning support to students and community members. 
  • 800+ Allen ISD students complete academic and workforce dual credit courses at the campus primarily on the bottom floor of Building A.  These students can earn an associate degree concurrently with their High School Diploma. 
  • Our campus library holds more than just books. They are hubs for collaboration, innovation, and enrichment. Located in Building A, the library serves a diverse student population with computers, augmented reality technology, 2D, and 3D printers.
  • The Technical Campus also has student enrollment services in our One-Stop-Shop, a testing center,  campus bookstore, and the Cougar Cafe and Starbucks.