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Established in 1883, the Blinn College District offers academic transfer, workforce training, and continuing education classes for more than 19,000 students.
The Blinn College District is building stronger communities by providing quality, comprehensive education, and empowering students to achieve excellence in their educational careers and personal goals. We strive to shape future academic, workforce, cultural, and economic leaders by providing excellent instruction, resources, services, and innovative partnerships, for students and the community.
As the premier two-year college in Texas, Blinn ranks among the nation’s leaders at transferring students to top four-year universities and has received national recognition for affordable educational excellence. With a wealth of online courses and five unique campuses, Blinn has the academic atmosphere you’re looking for.
Blinn College District Website
The Blinn College District website can be found at www.blinn.edu. Blinn College’s website aims to provide visitors with up-to-date information presented in a user-friendly, easy to navigate format. This information includes the names, email addresses, and/or phone numbers of contacts for site visitors who are looking for more information about the Blinn College District.
The Office of Marketing and Communications works with all departments across the College District to develop, update, and maintain the website.
Printed and Other Marketing and Informational Material
Working in partnership with College administration, faculty, staff, student organizations, and the Blinn communities, the Office of Marketing and Communications ensures that Blinn is able to provide up-to-date information to the public. This includes overseeing the production of printed and other marketing materials at Blinn College.
Blinn College District faculty and staff strive to respond to requests for information in as timely a manner as possible. Our general business hours are Monday - Friday, 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM Central Standard Time. College closures and other important dates and deadlines that may affect response time can be found on our Academic Calendar.
The Blinn College District is committed to providing an educational climate that is conducive to the personal and professional development of each individual. In order to ensure that commitment, Blinn has developed procedures for students to pursue grievances within the college community, should such action become necessary.
A student who has an unresolved disagreement or dissatisfaction with a faculty or staff member, another student, student group or administrator has the right to file a written complaint without prejudicing his or her status with the College.
It is Blinn's goal to assist all students in finding fair and just solutions to their concerns.
More information can be found on the Student Complaint Policy web page.
Karen Buck, M.Ed.
Vice Chancellor for Student Services and Administration
Blinn College District Board Policy DGBA(LOCAL) provides a timely and orderly process for the resolution of employee complaints. The Board intends that, whenever feasible, complaints be resolved at the lowest possible administrative level. Employee complaints should follow the procedure established in the Board policy.
Assistant Vice Chancellor Human Resources
Blinn College District Board Policy GB(LOCAL) provides a timely and orderly process for the resolution of general public complaints.
Executive Vice Chancellor and General Counsel