For more than 40 years, Richland College, has focused on teaching, learning and community building. Whether you're looking to earn an associate degree, complete your core courses for transfer to any public Texas college or university, or earn college credit while in high school, or are an adult returning to college, or a senior citizen looking to enhance your education, you should chose Richland College!
We work hard to deliver the best education at a price everyone can afford. At just $156 a course (a three-hour credit course for Dallas County residents), taking courses at Richland is the most affordable tuition in town. We also offer a variety of grants, loans, scholarships and work-study programs to help you attend college. Visit our Pay for College website for more information.
We know you have a busy schedule. That's why we offer classes at convenient times ... days, nights and weekends. You can even take our credit classes online through Distance Learning.
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How to Begin
Enrolling at Richland College is easy! Just follow our Admission Steps to guide you through the enrollment process from start to finish. Along the way, our Admissions and Advising Centers are here to help with any questions you may have.
Richland College offers a variety of grants, loans, scholarships and work-study programs to help you meet your goals. Visit our Pay for College website for more information.
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Student Services & Resources
The Disabilities Services Office caters to those in need of support, and/or certain requirements for their academic enrichment.
High school students can receive college credit while they are still enrolled in high school through the Dual Credit program.
Rising Star provides qualified high school graduates with academic support services and up to $4,000 for tuition and books, if you have established financial need.
Richland College is a military friendly school. Check out our Veterans Affairs services.
TRIO is a set of federally-funded college opportunity programs that motivate and support students from disadvantaged backgrounds in their pursuit of a college degree.
The Working Wonders program prepares and supports single parents, single pregnant women and displaced homemakers in meeting the challenges of re-entering the workforce.
The Gender Equity program is designed to assist students who are seeking degrees in a non-traditional occupation.
The Multicultural Center promotes the academic success of students whose native language is other than English or who were born outside the United States.