Dual Credit Resources
All Blinn students can access all Blinn services and their facilities.
The goal of career counseling is to help with career planning, the decision-making process, implementation of a career choice, and career adjustment.
This online assessment explores interests by asking you to consider how you feel about completing certain types of work activities. Your responses should be given based on instinct and initial reaction to the work activity.
This is a fun activity to do before exploring the world of work. Take a few minutes to answer the questions to identify occupations relevant to your likes and interests. Results will lead you to a list of occupations for you to explore.
Courses included in the Core Curriculum are noted as a Core Curriculum Course after the course title.
The Blinn College District offers more than 60 degree and certificate programs in a variety of disciplines to help learn valuable skills for immediate entry into a career in the workforce or for transfer to a four-year university. Browse our degree and certificate plans to find the pathway that is right for you.
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.