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  • If you live in the Gulf Coast area, there is quality higher education near you
  • We are the nine Community Colleges within the Houston 11-county Region
  • Over 200 different types of Certifications, Training and Degree programs
  • Flexible Programs to Fit the Busiest of Schedules
  • More than 260,000 total students in Consortium Colleges
  • Wide array of payment and scholarship options available

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Community College PetroChemical Initiative

High Paying Jobs For 2-Year Degrees

Wherever you live or work along the upper Texas Gulf Coast, you’ll find state-of-the-industry workforce training at your nearby community college! The Community College Petrochemical Initiative, funded with a grant by ExxonMobil, consists of community colleges and school districts in the greater Houston and Texas Gulf Coast area, each providing skills training for the region’s businesses and industries.

Explore CCPI

  • Learn more about degree programs and workforce training
  • Get information and apply for th CCPI Scholarship
  • Review jobs and career paths available in the Petrochemical Industry
  • Explore featured courses and training programs

Median earning of

$ 42600 Per Year
with an Associate Degree1

In-state tuition and fees for community college students

$ 3570 Per Year

vs. $9,528 in-state tuition and fees
for a 4-year university2

Community college enrollment
has increased

65 %
percent

since Fall 2000; an increase of nearly 300,000
students3

  • If you think you can't do it, come over here to Weekend college, we'll turn that can't into can. Most definitely, I do recommend that this weekend program will be good for any future students. They're actually going to get their bills paid and still get school work done. It's a big change.

    Eduardo Perez
    Eduardo Perez Welding Graduate, Lee College