Situated alongside a lake, Richland Community College in Dallas, Texas offers what many community colleges do not: mostly academic programs and majors.
Richland’s more than 60 associate’s degree programs are divided up according to distinctive divisions. These include Engineering, Business and Technology, Teacher Preparation and Fine and Performing Arts among others.
Students can major in everything from Environmental Systems Technology to Foreign Languages to Religion to Theatre. Students may also obtain certificates in valuable health careers like Medical Assisting and Phlebotomy.
Fast Track, classes for senior citizens and an honors program are also offered.
The Richland student life experience is, in great part, dedicated to the creative arts with the school offering poetry readings, concerts, art exhibits and performances. There is also a substantial number of creative, religious and recreational student clubs.
Admission is available to anyone with a high school diploma or GED. Students may also apply for financial aid.
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