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 10 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.
Click on each to see details of session:
Presenter: Mark Ammann
Location: Thunderduck Hall T-229
An overview of the role of the Office of Admissions and Student Records, the functional areas within, and the services provided.
Thunderduck Hall 223 will be open for individuals who wish to complete and submit an admission application on site.
Location: Medina Hall M-119
Will be open for demonstrations
Presenter: Tim Sullivan
Location: Bonham Hall B-156
A brief introduction to what Anthropology is and what it covers. It will be followed by a series of case studies with problems to be solved. These problems will be presented to the audience and a guided session, using key concepts from each sub-discipline of Anthropology (Biological, Archaeological, Linguistic, and Cultural) will lead participants to a better understanding of what Anthropology is, and how it can be applied to our everyday lives, as well as other careers.
Presenters: Lamrot Bekele, M.T. Hickman, Chip Izard, Randy Mehtenitis, Angela Nino, Dwight Riley Location: Bonham Hall B-001
Video and instructor conversations about the career opportunities and program options available in the Richland College School of Business.
Presenters: Lori Piñón and Thales Georgiou
Location: Thunderduck Hall T-218
CAP Success Advising provides students with a strong foundation in support, encouragement, and resources necessary to complete the developmental education sequence in a timely manner. We support students on their journey to become independent learners while acquiring the necessary skills to be successful in college-level courses and achieve their educational and career goals
Presenters: Career Services Staff
Location: El Paso Hall E-090
Career Services will provide an area tour and summary of services offered. There will also be a demonstration of the interview software which helps job seekers develop a good interviewing presence.
Presenters: CSM Faculty and Tutors
Location: Medina Hall M-227 (located inside The Learning Center, M-216)
This session will provide an overview of the services, tools, resources, and strategies the CSM provides for students during tutorials, test review sessions, and developmental math Snapshot Sessions.
Presenter: Berna Thomas
Location: Wichita Hall WH-245
The Allied Health department produces job ready individuals to fulfill the needs of healthcare employers and the community. With so many healthcare options available for you, our Allied Health programs provide students with everything from advisement and enrollment to job placement.
Location: Wichita Hall WH-145
Caring for young children is very important work because the first five years of life form a child’s future. In this session you will learn how to prepare for a career in childcare and the career ladder that is available to you.
Presenter: Kaylin Ortiz
Location: Thunderduck Hall T-224
There is always more you can learn. By pursuing continuing education, you will be investing in your value as an IT professional. By expanding your skills and knowledge base while ensuring that your existing skill-set remains current and up-to-date, you will be able to stand out among other professionals in your career field.
Presenter: Tiffani Johnson
Location: Wichita Hall WH-251
This session will provide a brief overview of the role of a Pharmacy Technician with hands-on demonstrations. Participants will have the opportunity to perform a simulated Pharmacy Technician task which may include: preparing medication capsules or diluting medications for IV bag preparations.
Presenter: Professor Rey Flores
Location: Bonham Hall B-137
This session will include a detailed overview of the Associate of Arts degree with a Field of Study in Criminal Justice. It will include a description of the course offerings, program activities, and career opportunities. The session will also address the benefits this degree offers in terms of transferability to a public university.
Presenter: Heather Jensen
Location: Bonham Hall B-218
After taking the Texas Success Initiative Assessment, many students find themselves reading and/or writing below the expected level for college courses. At Richland, we have implemented a co-requisite program to allow students to enroll in that college course from the first day of the semester, while also receiving support and basic skills instruction in reading and writing. This session explains what all students, parents, and others need to know about co-requisite courses and Developmental Integrated Reading and Writing opportunities at Richland College.
Presenters: Keysha McCloud and Briaina Webster
Location: Thunderduck Hall T-219
Students and their families may find it difficult to understand exactly how disability laws apply to higher education. This presentation highlights the significant differences between K-12 and higher education services available to students with documented disabilities.
Presenter: Dr. Kory Goldammer
Location: Wichita Hall WH-149
Students wishing to obtain a 4-year Bachelor’s degree in Engineering can complete the first two years of the degree at Richland College, and then transfer to a 4-year university as a Junior. This session will provide an overview of the Engineering profession and present the agreements we have with Texas universities that accept our students into their Engineering programs after the students complete their first two years of study at Richland College.
Presenters: Scott Branks del Llano, Miguel Marrero, Jessica Oxendine
Location: Bonham Hall B-158
Learn about the exciting world of literature and creative writing in courses offered at Richland College.
Presenter: Lisa Katzenstein
Location: Wichita Hall WH-259
English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL) Corner information session will focus on the services provided, The ESOL Corner Chat (a monthly newsletter), The Twelve Steps of Tutoring, expectations for the ESOL tutors and students, and tutoring for the Asian American and Native American, Pacific Islander Serving Institution (AANAPISI) Program.
Facilitator: Diane Hilbert
Location: Fannin Hall Lobby, West End
Will only be available at 10:30 am, 11:00 am and 11:30am
Each tour will start in the Fannin Lobby, proceed to the stage, arena theater, shop, and end with art class demonstrations.
Presenters: Christopher Curra & Josh Carter
Location: Thunderduck Hall T-250
We’ll be showing off the game development program and talking about jobs in the game industry. Everyone will play-test one of our games made here at Richland College and give their input and feedback; see what a real game looks like before launch!
Presenters: Kimberly Wilkins and Konley Kelley
Location: Wichita Hall WH-147
Will only be presented at 11:30am and 12:30 pm
Need new skills? Explore the wide variety of training, resources, and services available from the Richland College Garland Campus for new hires and current workers. Need a job? Learn about grant-funded workforce training and open enrollment classes designed to make you immediately job-ready.
Presenters: Cathy Robinson, Teresa Lynd, and Jaqueline Cervantes (General, STEM and Health)
Location: Sabine Hall SH-118
An overview of the need to work with an advisor, the services and supports offered, and a little about guided pathways. FAQs will be addressed in the presentation and time will be allotted for questions from the attendees. Information tables with various materials regarding advising and programs in each of these areas will also be positioned in the room for attendees to pick up.
Presenters: Dr. Kacem Ayachi, Rey Flores, Patrick Moore, Rolanda Randle and Dr. Raymond Sandoval
Location: Bonham Hall B-111
The presentation will introduce participants to the basic structure of government and help them see how government courses prepare them to be full participants in American democracy by presenting real-life stories demonstrating the applicability of government concepts. Participants will be encouraged to recognize the value in each of several conflicting potential solutions to the scenarios presented and will gain appreciation for the value of what they learn in government classes.
Presenters: Amy Bell, Dr. Ambronita Douzart, Michelle Navarro, David Robison, Dr. Clive Siegle, Curtis Thomas and Dr John Trickel
Location: Bonham Hall B-107
This session will include interactive activities where participants may experience some of the ways one can learn history. We will share information about our course offerings, department programs, and how these courses will help one gain the skills needed to advance in their career and community.
Presenter: Kathleen Stephens
Location: El Paso Hall E-055
Attendees will tour the Honors spaces and learn about Honors academic opportunities and benefits. This will include information about Honors course offerings, scholarships and membership in the National Society of Collegiate Scholars and Phi Theta Kappa National Honor Society.
Presenter: Ron Stout
Location: Sabine Hall SH-117
Come learn the five most important skills employers want college graduates to know and be able to use. Learning Framework is the course that helps you learn how to succeed in college and be best prepared to get and keep a great job.
Presenters: Richland College librarians
Location: Lavaca Hall L-126 (Located inside Library, L-102)
Come check out the Richland College Library and learn about the library’s resources, services, and student-centered events (Therapy dogs! Late nights! Human Library!) Find out how our resources, librarians, and staff can help you succeed in college and beyond. Take a tour of our study spaces, collection, and computer lab.
The library will be open for tours from 10am-2pm.
Presenter: Brian Fleming
Location: Wichita Hall WH-187
Demonstration of 3-D printer
Presenters: Erica Edwards, Meg Fullwood, Jack Fletcher
Location: El Paso Hall E-020
Get behind a microphone or camera as you learn how Richland’s Journalism classes in both print and broadcasting can develop the essential marketable skills you need to be employed in the field of journalism.
Presenters: Multicultural Center Academic and International Advisors and ESOL instructors
Location: Wichita Hall WH-265
This session will focus on the services provided in the Multicultural Center and the ESOL programs offered at Richland College. In addition, information will be shared highlighting the ESOL to STEM, Health Professions and International Business pathways. Students and their family members will have the opportunity to meet with ESOL instructors and to experience language learning through a kaleidoscope of cultures.
Presenters: Chris Rasch, Noah Parker
Location: Thunderduck Hall T-252
Come play in the Multimedia Department! Do you like movies such as The Avengers and The Jungle Book? These movies use state-of-the-art motion capture technology that captures the actors’ motion and then uses it to animate the characters that you see on the screen! Come out to the Multimedia Department and get a chance to use our own Motion Capture Studio! Come see why Multimedia is a place to create and turn your imagination into reality!
Presenters: Zelda Smith & Roderick Thomas
Location: Guadelupe Hall G-102
An overview of the role of the Department of Physical Education, programs offered, and services provided. The Fitness Center will be open for the general public and students to view and ask questions.
Presenters: Dr. Jennifer Jones, Dr. Jana Flowers, Dr. Tom Taulbee and Dr. Kyle Edens
Location: Bonham Hall B-147
Faculty will start by defining psychology and showing the variety of careers in the field. The presenters will express the importance of being able to persevere in order to succeed in college and get a psychology degree. They will then discuss the Psycducks briefly, provide a summary of Grit and the theory behind this work, ending with a video of Angel Duckworth’s TED Talk regarding Grit.
Locations: Biology: Sabine Hall 131; Chemistry: Sabine Hall 233; Physics: Sabine Hall 229 Interactive exhibits will be on display in the Biology, Chemistry and Physics labs. Biology labs are on the first floor; Chemistry and Physics labs are on the second.
Presenters: Dr. Patrice Lockett and Professor Kay Coder
Location: Bonham Hall B-145
Presenters will provide a sample of sociology in three parts. “What is Sociology?”, “Doing Sociology”, and “Taking Sociology”. Participants will receive an overview of the subject of sociology and how it can be used in any profession in Part 1. Participants will experience sociology through two interactive activities (i.e., The Matrix – Red vs Blue Pill and Cross-cultural Circles) in Part 2. Participants will receive a brochure, and learn about the courses offered and the program in Part 3.
Location: Bonham Hall B-217
Whatever profession you enter communication skills are listed by employers as the #1 essential skill. Learn about networking, interviewing, team work, and organizational communication as you participate in ice-breakers and communication games.
Presenter: John Daniels
Location: Medina Hall M-216
The Learning Center is your “one stop” for the help you need in Accounting, Government, Math, Reading, and Writing. TLC also provides workshops and other programs designed to enrich and strengthen the skills you need to succeed.
Presenter: Dat Tran
Location: Sabine Hall SH-287
Learn about the great resources and support available to help you succeed in Science at Richland. Skilled facilitators are ready to assist you on-campus or online in Anthropology, Biology, Chemistry, Geology & Environmental Science, and Physics.
Presenter: Kim Herman
Location: El Paso Hall E-081
Transfer Services will provide a summary of services offered and share information on the many relationships and transfer agreements Richland College has with area 4-year institutions.
Presenters: Hasmik Gharaghazaryan, Natalia Vargas
Location: Wichita Hall WH-261
Experience Richland College’s outstanding foreign language program by practicing phrases in one of the nine languages we offer. Learn the value of taking a foreign language and get information about the requirements of foreign language at transfer institutions.