Celina Campus

Celina Campus

The Collin College Celina Campus services the northwestern sector of Collin County, including the cities of Celina and Prosper.  Phase one of the campus is a 96,000 square foot building that can accommodate 2,500 students and sits on 75 acres.  The building includes 16 classrooms, five computer labs, three science labs, and a health science workforce lab.  The campus offers continuing education and academic transfer courses as well as certificate programs in allied health, business management, and information technology.

Featured Programs

Licensed Vocational Nursing (LVN)

Collin College’s Vocational Nursing program will provide you with work-based learning experience you need to work with patients and medical professionals. Learn in small class settings from professors with nursing experience and gain hands-on experience in clinical rotations.

Business Management

Make the most out of your career with a business management certificate or degree from Collin College. Learn how to work in teams, solve problems, and initiate change.

Allied Health Professions

Allied Health programs are designed for careers in the healthcare field. Certificates are offered in the following fields: Certified Nurse Aide (CNA), Electrocardiography (EKG) Technician, Patient Care Technician (PCT), and Phlebotomy.

Computer Networking

A certificate in Computer Networking–Infrastructure track will train you to design and install secure network systems with a focus on managing network devices.

Services and Highlights

Brenda Willard Goodell Library

The library provides services and resources that support academic, research, and informational needs of our students, faculty, staff, and community members.

Anthony Peterson Center for Academic Assistance (APCAA)

The APCAA offers free in-person and online tutoring services in writing, math, science and other disciplines. Selected services are offered to community members.

Testing Center

The testing center offers a variety of testing services for both students and community members.

Career Center

The Collin College Career Center is a one-stop-shop dedicated to helping students, alumni, and community members with their career goals and preparation.


Frisco and Celina Campus Provost

Diana L Hopes, Ed.D.

Executive Dean

Brenda Carter

Student and Enrollment Services, Associate Dean

Pamela Lee