The Amarillo College student magazine, “AC Current,” has won two national awards for excellence. The Associated Collegiate Press and the College Media Association announced the awards during the annual fall national college media convention held from Oct. 25-29 in Dallas.
Each November, colleges across Texas celebrate adult-education initiatives – the kind aimed at putting people to work or into better jobs – through a variety of events collectively called Accelerate TEXAS.
The Texas Board of Nursing has released annual data confirming Amarillo College continues to have one of the state’s most successful programs for producing registered nurses (RNs) and has earned yet another commendation.
The presidents of Amarillo College and Texas Tech University on Nov. 16 will sign a unique articulation agreement aimed at successfully propelling future Horticulture majors at AC to degrees in Plant and Soil Science at Texas Tech.
The future is brighter than ever for students in the STEM fields – science, technology, engineering and mathematics – at Amarillo College, where construction of a grant-funded greenhouse facility began Oct. 9.
Dan Porter, professor of biology at Amarillo College, received national recognition in October when the National Association of Biology Teachers (NABT) named him the 2017 recipient of its Two-Year College Teaching Award.
Bash Script Crazy is a student organization at Amarillo College that offers academic, social and professional development opportunities to students who are interested in technology, regardless of their classification or major.
Amarillo College and Ascension Academy will formalize an agreement offering Ascension students the opportunity to pursue full general-studies associate degrees – beginning in the ninth grade – through AC’s Diplomas and Degrees Program.