The Mission of the Amarillo College Music Department is "to be a center of musical learning and cultural enrichment within the community of Amarillo and the surrounding Panhandle of Texas, by providing a comprehensive two-year musical curriculum for transfer students, elective courses for the non-music major, musical training for younger students, and performance opportunities in various ensembles for students and members of the community."
Amarillo College has been an accredited institutional member of the National Association of Schools of Music since September 1, 1966.
National Association of Schools of Music
11250 Roger Bacon Drive, Suite 21
Reston, VA 20190-5248
The Amarillo College music building recently underwent a remodel, and we are proud to have the newest technology and state of the art rehearsal spaces in our building.
Amarillo College Music Department
PO Box 447
Amarillo, TX 79178
Amarillo College, founded in 1929, is a public community college dedicated to providing educational, cultural and community services and resources to enhance the quality of life for the diverse population in its West Texas service area.
Amarillo College is accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges to award associate degrees and certificates. Contact the Commission on Colleges at 1866 Southern Lane Decatur, Georgia 30033-4097 or call 404-679-4500 for questions about the accreditation of Amarillo College.
When program accreditation or other reviews are required or advantageous to the College, the administration may require or recommend program or institutional compliance to the prescribed standards as set forth by the accrediting body or any agreed upon entity.
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The Amarillo College Foundation, Inc., a nonprofit and tax-exempt foundation, seeks to promote excellence at Amarillo College. The Foundation is governed by a volunteer Board of Directors.
The Foundation exists to solicit and administer gifts and grants for the benefit of Amarillo College, its students, faculty and staff, its programs and facilities.
The Foundation accepts gifts from individuals, groups, and businesses. Support may be designated by the donor for specific purposes or for general unrestricted support of College Foundation activities.
The Foundation accepts gifts in the form of cash, stocks, and property upon approval by the Board of Directors. Many donations are made as memorials for friends or relatives. The Foundation invests these contributions in Texas' greatest natural resource – its students.
Donors may derive substantial tax advantages through estate planning, trust funds, bequests, and property conveyances to public foundations such as The Amarillo College Foundation.
For additional Information, contact:
The Amarillo College Foundation
P.O. Box 447
Amarillo, Texas 79178
The Continuing Education Division serves the community by offering a wide variety of professional Workforce Training programs, and fun and exciting Personal Enrichment classes.
To serve the training and seminar needs of the local and regional business and medical communities, the Downtown Campus houses a 215 seat lecture hall, several technology equipped classrooms, a computer training lab, and a large multi-purpose room with a kitchen suitable for delivered catering. Whether you use our site or yours, Amarillo College is the Panhandle's premiere choice for business and professional training.
For children, adults, and seniors, our Personal Enrichment Department offers fun and exciting leisure classes year-round on several campuses. From Art to Zumba™, there's bound to be a class for you.