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 $177 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.
Texas A&M defeated #RichlandCollege 33-20 to win the Texas State Dual Wrestling tournament at College Station on Saturday, February 11th. Richland finished 2nd with wins over UNT, Texas Univ., and Downtown Houston University. Wrestler Mike Basaldu was undefeated at #133; Maripo Gasarabaga at #141, and Dustin Basham at #165. The Ducks now get ready for the National Qualifier hosted by UNT on Saturday, February 25th and the top two wrestlers in each weight class qualify for the National Tournament to be held at the Allen Events Center on the weekend of March 9, 10 and 11. #thunderducks #thundersports #wrestling
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 Online Learning.
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.
Clery Act Compliance: It is the commitment of Richland College, and the purpose of the Richland College Police Department, to provide and foster a safe learning and working environment. In order to accomplish this, the Police Department prepares an annual security report which can be accessed by clicking here. A copy of this report may also be requested by calling (972) 238-6174, or in person at Pecos Hall, P160.