Founded in 1849 by Princeton-educated Presbyterian missionary Dr. Daniel Baker, Austin College enjoys a place in early Texas history and remains a recognized leader in higher education for innovative programs, a strong faculty, and dedicated students.
Career Services encourages students to begin their career/life planning process in their first year of college, continuing over the course of their academic careers. Upon graduation, they will emerge with the requisite career and life planning skills, prepared to implement their educational experiences in the professional world.
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There are five residence halls on the Austin College campus. Caruth houses female students, while Baker houses male students. Clyce Hall, Dean and the Jordan Family Language House are coeducational residences. Bryan Apartments and the Johnson ’Roo Suites are only available to upper-class and graduate students.
All College-owned residences are equipped with kitchens (including microwaves), lounges, card-operated laundry facilities, and computer labs with Macintosh and IBM-compatible computers and printers. All halls are monitored by a computerized security system.
Austin College Health Services offers many services directed at education and wellness, as well as to assist students when they are injured or sick.
Information regarding health, nutrition, and prevention of illness and disease is presently available throughout the year during residence hall programming.
Austin College, a private national liberal arts college located north of Dallas in Sherman, Texas, has earned a reputation for excellence, recognized by Loren Pope in the book Colleges That Change Lives. Located in historic Sherman, this residential and nationally recognized environmentally green campus is less than 60 minutes north of Dallas-Fort Worth. By living on campus, students have the opportunity to explore the caring and friendliness of a small city like Sherman with the dynamic and diverse culture of Dallas and its suburbs half an hour down the road.
The small classes were very useful in getting my needs recognized by professors and also having my concerns addressed, and getting involved on campus. The critical thinking enforced by professors is also a challenging but rewarding system of teaching. However, the requirements for graduation can complicate the requirements for specific majors and make it difficult to...
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