Amarillo College will open the doors of its West Campus to welcome 200 Palo Duro High School students on Monday, April 3 for AC’s second Health Science and Nursing Showcase.
Art and writings that have been accepted for publication in Amarillo College’s literary journal Freelancer will be featured from April 7-28 in the Common Lobby Gallery, and the exhibit will open with a flourish.
Women who want to learn about technical-career opportunities long associated with the male gender will get that chance on Friday, March 31 when Amarillo College hosts “Women in Industry” on the East Campus.
The Legal Studies Program at Amarillo College will host an Immigration Workshop – free and open to the public – from 9 a.m. to noon on Wednesday, March 22 on the Washington Street Campus.
Libby Rowe’s engaging photographs of sculptural houses, a collection she has dubbed “Dwellings,” will be on display from March 27 to May 5 in the Southern Light Gallery at Amarillo College.
Even with two languages now at her disposal, Amarillo College student Leticia Szego (SAY-go) was rendered speechless upon learning she was the winner of an award for persistence in English as a Second Language (ESL).
The Legal Studies Program at Amarillo College has helped dozens of AC students save thousands of dollars in legal fees since opening its doors last September on the Washington Street Campus.
Amarillo College been notified that it has been shortlisted as a finalist for two prestigious awards to be presented by the American Association of Community College (AACC) at its annual conference April 22-25 in New Orleans.
The Amarillo College Board of Regents has approved a partnership with the AAF Community Health Foundation to enable the College to operate the Hagy Center for Young Children. In addition, Regents also approved establishment of the AC Medi Park campus at the location of the Hagy Center for Young Children.
Jerry Wilson was a fraternity man at Amarillo College. He also played on AC’s baseball team, performed in plays that aired on closed-circuit TV, became a bit of a campus radio personality, and earned a buck an hour doing myriad jobs.