Farmersville Campus

Farmersville Campus

Welcome to the Collin College Farmersville Campus! Come visit our 76-acre site at the corner of Audie Murphy Parkway (U.S. 380) and S. Collin Parkway (County Road 611). This campus was designed to provide eastern Collin County residents with convenient access to quality higher education.

This student-focused campus opened in 2021 and offers a host of amenities including a library, an Anthony Peterson Center for Academic Assistance (tutoring), a career center, a testing center, a Barnes & Noble bookstore, and all student and enrollment services functions.

Take general education courses to earn an Associate of Arts or an Associate of Science degree or work toward an Associate of Applied Science Degree in Business Management, Computer/IT, Medical Assisting Advanced Practice, Urban Sustainable Agriculture, and Associate of Arts in Teaching-related courses. You can also enroll in continuing education (non-credit) classes in Commercial Driver’s License (CDL), Drawing, Real Estate, and more.

Library cards, résumé building, professional headshots, job recruitment, K-12 summer camps, and community events are just a few examples of the services that are available for students and open to the public.


Wylie and Farmersville Campus Provost

Dr. Mary McRae

Executive Dean

Dr. Garry Evans

Associate Deans

Student and Enrollment Services Associate Dean
Kamilah Willis

Academic Affairs and Workforce Associate Dean
Kyle Bellue