AC Facts


STUDENTS:

Enrollment:

College Credit Classes (Fall 2017) –5,217
Community Services (Non-Credit Classes) Fall 2016 – Spring 2017 – 4,038

Students’ Residence:

In-district (Angelina County) – 47%
Out-of-district – 52%
Out-of-state – 1%
One residence hall – 110 students

Class Location:

On-campus
Off-campus
Online
Hybrid
Virtual

Class Load:

Full-Time – (12+ hours) – 31%
Part-Time – 69%

Activities:

• Over 20 student clubs and organizations
• Phi Theta Kappa – National Honor Society & 4 Star Chapter
Fine Arts – Theater, A.C. Singers, Chorale, Jazz Band, Concert Band
Athletics – Men’s and women’s basketball; baseball, softball, men’s & women’s soccer, Region 14 of NJCAA
School Colors – Royal Blue, Columbia Blue, Orange, and White
Mascot – Roadrunner
• 2014 Softball NJCAA Div. I National Champions

FACULTY:

132 Full-time instructors
• 186 Part-time instructors
• 68% of class hours taught by full-time instructors

Six Instructional Divisions:

• Fine Arts
Health Careers
• Language Arts and Education
Science & Mathematics
• Social/Behavioral Sciences and Business
Technology & Workforce

PROGRAMS:

College transfer core curriculum & associate degrees
 30 occupational programs, certificates and associate of applied sciences degrees
 31 programs or classes in Community Services (non-credit) that lead to certifications or licensure
Adult Education, GED and ESL

FINANCIAL AID

Pell Grants: Over 2,300 students a year
Academic scholarships: More than 500 students
Angelina Challenge Award: All public high school graduates in Angelina County who do not qualify for more than $1,000 in any other financial aid may receive up to $1,000 for tuition for one year.
Total Financial Aid Awarded: over 13 million annually

FUNDING

Total Tuition & Fees (for 12 semester hours):

In-district – $1,008
Out-of-district – $1,632
Out-of-state – $2,172

Budget

2017-2018 Operating Budget: $22,947,825
State support: 34%
Tuition, fees & other local: 41%
Local taxes (for operations): 25%

Local property tax rate (per $100 assessed value):

Maintenance & Operations: 13.97 cents
Bonded indebtedness: 4.12 cents
Total Tax Rate: 18.09 cents

CAMPUS

230 wooded acres, 20 buildings, 430,000 square feet on Highway 59 South in Lufkin, Texas

Tax District

Angelina County – Population 87,600 (2012 est.)
850 square miles

Governance

Angelina College is governed by a seven-member, locally elected Board of Trustees.

Economic Development

 Small Business Development Center
Technical Procurement Center
WorkKeys Service Center
Customized training for business and industry
 Adult Education (GED and ESL) for 12 counties

SERVICE AREA

 Serving all or part of 12 counties of East Texas, population 335,000 (2012 est.)
10,238 square miles

Off-Campus Teaching Centers:

Crockett Career & Technical Center – 1505 South 4th St., Crockett, TX 75835, 936-544-0055
Jasper Higher Education & Technology Center, 450 Bulldog Ave., Jasper, TX 75951, 409-489-9000
 Polk County Center, 1015 U.S. Highway 59 South, Livingston, TX 77351, 1-800-401-0042

Classes also held at other locations:

Hemphill High School
Sabine Area Center – Pineland
San Augustine High School
Trinity High School
Woodville High School
On-site businesses and industries