Frisco Campus

Frisco Campus

Set along the historic Shawnee Trail near Preston Road and Wade Boulevard, the Frisco Campus is a traditional college campus with a central quad surrounded by classroom buildings and a grand library. The campus serves about 17,000 students and offers programs and amenities that encourage exploration, collaboration, and critical thinking. In addition to a broad selection of general education classes, students can take advantage of unique and award-winning programs.

Featured Programs

Culinary Arts  
Indulge your passion for food and elevate your culinary expertise with Collin College’s Culinary Arts program, a gateway to diverse food preparation roles and career growth in the food service sector.

With high-profile information breaches and identity thefts in the news regularly, the need to secure data and the systems that store it has never been more important. Play your part in keeping important information safe with a Bachelor of Applied Technology in Cybersecurity from Collin College.


Services and Highlights

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

The Red Room 
A working educational lab for Collin College’s culinary students, The Red Room opens its doors to the public for dinner once a week throughout the spring semester.

Cougar Den

The Cougar Den is the student hangout spot - before, between, and after your classes. Grab some food at the Cougar Cafe, study, relax or participate in some fun and free activities.

Anthony Peterson Center for Academic Assistance (APCAA)  

The APCAA offers free in-person and online tutoring services in writing, reading, math, and science. 


Frisco and Celina Campus Provost

Diana L Hopes, Ed.D.

Academic Affairs / Academic Affairs Workforce Deans

Dawn Richardson, Ph.D

Lee Powell, Ph.D

Student and Enrollment Services Dean

De'Aira Pugh, Ed.D