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About the Texas Gulf Coast Community Colleges Consortium (TGCCCC)
The Texas Gulf Coast Community Colleges Consortium is a partnership of nine public community colleges along the Texas Gulf Coast collaborating to advance the mission of community college education, train the region’s workforce and enrich the student learning experience.
Together the nine public community colleges of the Gulf Coast Consortium enroll nearly 200,000 students in credit courses – almost one-fourth the total enrollment of all community college students in Texas – and another 60,000 students in non-credit Continuing Education and workforce courses.
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We Enroll Nearly 260,000 Students in our Consortium of Nine Community Colleges, almost 1/4 of all Community College Students in Texas!
Hear What Our Students Have to Say!
I chose to come to Alvin Community College because of its level of academic excellence.
BC has helped me not only academically but also personally. Helping me grow from a very shy person to somebody who works in the writing center and helps everybody that they can.
It was important for me to come back to COM after 25 years for a few different reasons. One, I wanted to continue to learn new aspects of the trade. After so long, the industry has grown exponentially. Two, I wanted to have that piece of paper that make me legitimate. And lastly, I went back to school to set an example to my 15 and 13-year-old. I want them to know that you’re never too old to learn.
ACC has a really nice environment and a great healthcare program. I decided to transfer from another community college and never regretted my decision. ACC provides students with more care, more opportunities and a friendlier atmosphere to be successful.
My internship through the Galveston College Welding Technology program was great. I experienced everything from the construction of stainless steel hand rails and stairwells to building the bases of Southwest Airlines' light posts and creating a bumper for a Galveston ferry boat. Best of all, I was offered a job on graduation from the program.
My hope is that I leave a legacy at San Jac long after I am gone. I want students to feel like they belong at San Jac and that choosing community college was a great choice. Our time at San Jac is short, so I want everyone to enjoy the moment before going into the workforce or transferring to a university.