Collin County Community College District
Mckinney, TX, USA

Admissions

Key Admission Stats

Institution Type
Public
  • Coed

Need Aware

This school may consider an applicant’s financial situation when deciding admission

Level of Institution
4 Year
Campus Setting
Suburb or town
1805
Transfer Students Admitted

Admissions Requirements

SAT Subject Tests
No
AP Course Credit
Yes
Dual Enrollment
Yes
Transcript
No

Admitted Student Stats

In-State Students
99%
Out-Of-State Students
72%
US States Represented
51
Countries Represented
99
Students Enrolled By Household Income

< $30k
574
$30k - $48k
260
$48k - $75k
154
$75k - $110k
95
$110k+
74

Admissions Resources

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What Students Are Saying

3.17 Average Rating
It allowed me to switch from high school mode to college without having a complete environment change. I was able to stay at home, work and still go to classes. It was just like going to high school again but with more responsibility on your part for assignments.
Student from Plano, TX
I would suggest going to see the advisers if you ever need help with finding which classes to take there at Collin. They show you which classes will transfer to your major if applied towards a different University.
Geovanna from Rowlett, TX
It's pretty much like 13th grade, but it is definitely worth the money.
Stephanie from Plano, TX
Work hard, take class seriously, and you will succeed at Collin College. There are countless opportunities and recourses to take advantage of, such as a math and writing lab, large library, as well as very helpful and insightful advisors.
Alaina from Frisco, TX
1 Most of the teachers are very helpful, but there will always be a few (and you're guaranteed to encounter at least one), who are not. In such cases be prepared to go over your material alone, and essentially teach yourself.

2 Reach out for any and all opportunities that are offered at Collin: academic or otherwise. There are so many; from helping you find scholarships (much like Cappex), to transfer fairs, to free food tastings.

3 Study groups are ALWAYS a good idea, especially for major-specific courses

4 When in doubt of an assignment, grading scale, etc... you will always be able to find syllabi online

5 Register for your courses as early as possible and do yourself a favor by using ratemyprofessor.com to find the professor that most matches your learning style
Alan from Plano, TX
Find a study group for each class and utilize the private meeting rooms in the library. Use your professors office hours before you find yourself in academic difficulty. Engage in all of the clubs that this college has to offer to better prepare yourself for a leadership role when you enter the workplace after graduation.
steve from Mckinney, TX
start in collin its truly a great place to start and raise your gpa to an exceptional level.
Ernesto Plano, Tx
I'm very happy as a current student. My classes are enjoyable and easy to comprehend. Home works are moderate and the professors always make sure to remind their students not to forget. The school always make you feel very welcomed and classmates are nice. Great choice!
Trang from Carrollton, TX
Go a week in advance to check out where your classes are. This really helped me! Also, if you have questions don't be afraid to email your teachers using the cougarweb system they have set up. I recently had a question about my books for next semester, so I emailed the teacher. I soon found out that one of the $50 books listed as required really wasn't used in the class. Yay for saving money!
Natalie from Wylie, TX
Just try hard to do more than 100% to get to where you want to be.
Rebecca from Mckinney, TX

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