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Preview Day Richland College Preview Day! Join us Saturday, Feb. 23, 2019

Join us for a day of College Success Sessions, Job Outlook Info, College Tours, Food, and more! Check-in at Fannin Hall, East Side of Campus, at 9 a.m. and register to attend here.

Enter the East Side of Richland College from the Richland East Drive entrance off of Walnut Street and park in lot V or W for close access to Fannin Hall. (Look for our event balloons!) See our Campus Map for more detail.

Sessions include topics such as:

  • The Library: Not Just a Quiet Space to Study
  • It’s Business Time: Career Opportunities and Program Options in Business
  • Admissions: The Doorkeepers – the Role of the Admissions Office
  • Academic Advising Plays a Key Role to Student Success
  • High School vs. College: Students with Disabilities
  • Fabulous Adventure in Literature
  • The Importance of Communications Skills in the Marketplace
  • Exploring Broadcast Journalism
  • Game Development
  • Multicultural Center Overview
  • ESOL Corner
  • Tour of Science Labs
  • Mathematics at Richland College
  • Thunderducks of CNC: 3-D Printer Demonstration
  • Grit Your Degree: The Psychology of Perseverance
  • Develop your Sociological Superpower
  • Experience History: Making History Work for You
  • Think Like an Anthropologist
  • A Career in Law Enforcement/Criminal Justice Starts Here
  • Who is “The Government” and What are They Doing with all That Tax Money?
  • Rewarding Careers in Childcare
  • Healthcare Careers 101
  • Pharmacy Technician For a Day
  • Stay Ahead of the Curve: The Importance of Continuing Education in Information Technology
  • Fine and Performing Arts Tour
  • Honors Program
  • Career Services
  • Transfer Center
  • Skills Are the New Currency: Workforce Training Options from the Garland Campus
  • And more!

Register to attend here.

Preview Day Spring 2019

Richland College Authorized Concealed Carry Exclusion Zones

There are permanent and temporary concealed carry exclusion zones permitted by the state law enacting that licensed concealed carry holders can carry concealed handguns onto the campuses of all public Texas community colleges, including all Dallas County Community College District (DCCCD) colleges.

The DCCCD concealed carry policy applies to all faculty, staff, students, guests, visitors, and individuals and organizations who do business with or on behalf of the DCCCD or its property.

The law takes effect on Tuesday, August 1, 2017.


  • Athletic Fields
    • Baseball Field
    • Fenced-In Soccer Fields #9, #10, #11, #12, #13, #14, #15, #16, #17, #18
  • Crockett Hall
    • Richland Collegiate High School Office Suite
    • High School Dual Credit Office Suite
  • El Paso Hall
    • Lakeside Resource Center
  • Fannin Hall
    • Theater Scene Shop
    • Art Studios F175, F177, F179, F187
  • Guadalupe Hall
    • Entire Building
  • Pecos Hall
    • Police Office Suite
    • Facilities Services Yard
    • Chiller and Boiler Plants
  • Sabine Hall
    • Science Labs and Prep Areas
  • Thunderduck Hall
    • Health Center
  • Wichita Hall
    • Advanced Manufacturing Lab
    • Hydraulic Lab
    • Allied Health Sciences Labs
  • All DCCCD-Owned Vehicles

Temporary exclusion zones can only be authorized on a situational, as-needed basis.

  • Alamito Hall
    • Administrative Suite – Disciplinary Hearing Rooms
  • Fannin Hall
    • Specific Events Involving Minors
  • Garland Campus
    • Atrium – Election Polling Places
  • Hondo Hall
    • Human Resources – Disciplinary Hearing Rooms
  • Kiowa Hall
    • Richland Collegiate High School-Specific Events

Any internal or external activities or events scheduled on campus requiring establishment of a temporary concealed carry exclusion zone must be submitted in writing two full business days in advance of the event. Written requests must be submitted, using the attached Concealed Carry Temporary Exclusion Form, to Bethany Wright, Richland College room coordinator, A200, and approved by the division supervisor, Facilities Services director, college president designee, and DCCCD Police commander.