Head shot of DCCCD Chancellor Joe May DCCCD Chancellor Joe May to Address Richland Employees and Students Nov. 20

Richland will welcome to campus DCCCD Chancellor Joe May on Wednesday, November 20. Dr. May will address full-time and part-time/adjunct employees at 2 p.m. in the Performance Hall in Fannin Hall. He will provide updates about One College transition input opportunities and initiatives, along with other districtwide initiatives of importance to us all. His visit Continue Reading…


Headshot of Mouna Taroua Richland College Alumna Follows Her Dreams to Become a Biomedical Engineer, Crediting Richland With Much of Her Success

With an adventurous heart, a brave spirit and a little help from Richland College, Mouna Taroua is living her dreams. A Richland College alumna, Taroua is a lead anatomy engineer at Lazarus 3D, a startup company in Houston, TX. While people may see Taroua as an accomplished biomedical engineer, working on medical training simulators, presenting Continue Reading…


Two dancers perform ballet on a dark stage. Richland College Dance Program Presents ‘Celestial Glow’ Fall Dance Concert

Together with guest choreographers and dancers, the Richland College dance program will capture the radiance of the universe through the spirit of dance during its fall concert, “Celestial Glow,” with performances at 12:30 and 7:30 p.m. Nov. 8. Directed by Richland College dance director Gina Sawyer, “Celestial Glow” will feature student dancers and professional guest Continue Reading…


Tornado Damage Tuition-Free CE Classes on Storm Recovery for Affected Community Members

Register Now for Tuition Free Storm Response Classes Register for Free Classes Richland College is offering one hour, tuition-free continuing education classes on various topics related to storm recovery in response to the Oct. 20 tornadoes and resulting damage that have impacted employees, students and the local community. These free one hour sessions will be Continue Reading…


Richland College Logo North Texas Storm Damage Update

Free CE Storm Recovery Classes Richland College is offering tuition-free Continuing Education classes in response to the tornadoes and damage that was sustained by employees, students, and the local community. Find out more at richlandcollege.edu/storm-relief. The Richland College main campus and the LeCroy Center were closed on Oct. 21, as there was no electrical power. Continue Reading…


Six people pose together in the HMS lobby, with Commissioner Daniel in the center, holding a giant check. Richland College and HMS Receive $541,112 Grant from Texas Workforce Commission in Check-Signing Ceremony

Richland College, the Texas Workforce Commission and HMS representatives participated in a check-signing ceremony at the HMS headquarters in Irving Oct. 16, during which Richland College was awarded a $541,112 Skills Development Fund grant by the Texas Workforce Commission to train 227 incumbent employees and 39 new employees for HMS. “We deeply appreciate the ongoing Continue Reading…


Preview Day Richland College Preview Day on Nov. 2 Offers a Chance for Prospective Students to Learn about Richland College

Future Thunderducks and their parents are invited to learn about educational opportunities and campus life during Preview Day at Richland College, from 10 a.m.-1:30 p.m. Nov. 2. This event is free, though registration is encouraged. Information session topics include college success, job employment outlook, admissions processes, credit and noncredit programs available, student services offered at Continue Reading…


Ari Rastegar smiling. | Photo courtesy of Forbes Richland Alumnus Ari Rastegar Featured in Forbes Article

Read about one of our outstanding alumni, Ari Rastegar, who was recently featured in a Forbes article! Ari is the CEO of the Texas-based Rastegar Property and one of the youngest investors in commercial projects across the state. Forbes recently covered his story and deemed him as the “Dallas Real Estate Underdog.”    The story mentions Richland College, stating Continue Reading…


A photograph of the main bridge and Alamito Hall on the Richland campus. Richland College to Host Annual ‘Minority Serving Institution’ Convening to Support Minority Student Success

Richland College will host the fourth annual Minority Serving Institution Convening, a conference dedicated to providing higher education professionals with tools to impact the academic success of minority students at their institutions, Oct. 18-19. The conference program, “Minority Student Success: Using Data to Effect Change,” explores how quantitative data can be better collected and used Continue Reading…


Ashlynn Norris poses, wearing a Richland College lanyard and a NASA t-shirt. Richland College Student Accepted Into NASA Community College Aerospace Scholars Program

Reaching for the stars is a normal part of life for Richland College honors student Ashlynn Norris, who was recently chosen as a NASA Community College Aerospace Scholar. This hardworking young woman joined other community college STEM students from across the country in getting an authentic NASA experience. “I felt breathlessly excited when I found Continue Reading…