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Career, Technical and Work Force Education in Texas

Exhibit 3-5

Texas Community College Service Districts

This is a map listing all 50 community colleges and showing their service areas. A few areas of the state were not assigned to a particular service area, but most of these have other colleges serving their populations. Listed below are the 50 community colleges.

  1. Alamo Community College
  2. Alvin Community College
  3. Amarillo College
  4. Angelina College
  5. Austin Community College
  6. BIinn College
  7. Brazosport College
  8. Central Texas College
  9. Cisco Junior College
  10. Clarendon College
  11. Coastal Bend College
  12. College of the Mainland
  13. Collin County Community College
  14. Dallas County Community College
  15. Del Mar College
  16. El Paso Community College
  17. Frank Phillips College (Borger Junior College District)
  18. Galveston College
  19. Grayson County College
  20. Hill College
  21. Houston Community College
  22. Howard County Junior College
  23. Kilgore College
  24. Laredo Community College
  25. Lee College
  26. Lone Star Community College
  27. McLennan Community College
  28. Midland College
  29. Navarro College
  30. North Central Texas College
  31. Northeast Texas Community College
  32. Odessa College
  33. Panola College
  34. Paris Junior College
  35. Ranger College
  36. San Jacinto College
  37. South Plains College
  38. South Texas Community College
  39. Southwest Texas Junior College
  40. Tarrant County Junior College
  41. Temple Junior College
  42. Texarkana College
  43. Texas Southmost College
  44. Trinity Valley Community College
  45. Tyler Junior College
  46. Vernon Regional Junior College
  47. Victoria College
  48. Weatherford College
  49. Western Texas College
  50. Wharton County Junior College

For more information on this exhibit, please contact the Comptroller’s Data Services Division at 512-463-4900 or at P.O. Box 13528, Austin, Texas 78711-3528.

Source: Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board.

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