AC Facts



College Credit Classes (Fall 2015) –5,159
Community Services (Non-Credit Classes) Fall 2015 – Spring 2016 – 2,589

Students’ Residence:

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

Class Location:


Class Load:

Full-Time – (12+ hours) – 30%
Part-Time – 70%


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


 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


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

Six Instructional Divisions:

Fine Arts
Health Careers
Liberal Arts
Science & Mathematics
Technology & Workforce


Pell Grants: Over 2,700 students a year
Academic scholarships: Nearly 600 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


Total Tuition & Fees (for 12 semester hours):

In-district – $912
Out-of-district – $1,496
Out-of-state – $1,980


2014-2015 Operating Budget: $21,339,430
State support: 35%
Tuition, fees & other local: 40%
Local taxes (for operations): 24%

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

Maintenance & Operations: 12.61 cents
Bonded indebtedness: 4.58 cents
Total Tax Rate: 17.19 cents


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


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

Economic Development

Deep East Texas Small Business Development Center
Technical Procurement Center
Work-Keys Service Center
Customized training for business and industry Adult Education (GED and ESL) for 12 counties.


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, 936-633-5392
Jasper Higher Education & Technology Center, 450 Bulldog Ave., Jasper, TX 75951, 409-489-9000
Nacogdoches Career & Technical Center, 6003 North St., Nacogdoches, TX 75965, 936-205-1000
 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
Livingston Jr. High School
Nacogdoches Technical Center
Sabine Area Center – Pineland
San Augustine High School
Trinity High School
Woodville High School
On-site businesses and industries