KLBJ: Bistro to open tonight on ACC campus
The Austin Chronicle reviews Austin Community College Drama Department’s The Wiz: (It) pushes the hybrid student/guest artist ensemble with challenging material, providing an educational experience not only for ACC’s students, but also the community at large.
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The Labor Bureau projects the demand for pharmacy technicians to grow 20 percent by 2022. Austin Community College’s Pharmacy Technology Program, including a new two-year degree starting in fall, was featured in KVUE News’ midday program.
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Scripps Howard Foundation Wire: Texas officials advocate for community colleges on Capitol Hill
FOX: Grant for veterans
Hill Country News: ACC Board of Trustees forms bond oversight committee
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Community Impact: ACC to build $4.9 million biotech lab on Highland campus
Spanish-speaking families can learn more about Austin Community College at the ninth annual Feria Para Aprender on Saturday, February 21, between 10 a.m. and 3 p.m. at the Highland Mall (6001 Airport Blvd.). Admission is free and open to the public.
The community event provides access to a variety of educational information and resources all in one location. ACC, is co-sponsor of the event.
The college will have representatives who can give enrollment assistance and information about college degrees and career-technical programs leading to well-paying jobs.
“Feria is an opportunity for Austin to become informed regarding all the options for their children’s education,” says Dr. Richard Armenta, associate vice president of student success. “It also allows parents who attend to look beyond the horizon and discover ways to further their job or career prospects.”
The Austin event is one of five Ferias in cities around the country, each drawing several thousand participants. For more information, visit the Feria Para Aprender website.
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The Daily Texan: Community college students advocate for tuition affordability
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Community Impact: ACC board sets parameters for bond oversight advisory committee
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Austin American Statesman: Barbara Mink has embodied Austin Community College’s ideals from day 1