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Blinn College Legislative Matters Information

Blinn College Legislative Priorities

  1. Funds to expand educational experience for increase in student enrollment associated with Texas A&M Engineering 25x25 initiative
  2. Reimbursement for Hazelwood Exemption
  3. Restoration of adequate funding for the Star of the Republic Museum

TACC 5-Point Campaign

  1. Workforce and Skills Alignment
  2. Measuring and Funding Success
  3. College Readiness
  4. Transfer and Articulation
  5. Texans in Community Colleges

Blinn College, Junior College District of Washington County, derives its legal status from the Constitution of the State of Texas and from the Texas Education Code and is a local taxing entity of Washington County, Texas.

Blinn Junior College District Service Area (Texas Education Code, Chap. 130, Sec. 130.168):
The service area of the Blinn College District includes the territory within:
(1) Washington, Burleson, Brazos, Madison, Grimes, and Waller Counties;
(2) the Mumford, Hearne, and Franklin Independent School Districts located in Robertson County;
(3) Austin County, other than the territory within the Wallis-Orchard Independent School District;
(4) the Milano and Gause Independent School Districts located in Milam County;
(5) the part of the Richards Independent School District that is located in Walker and Montgomery Counties;
(6) the part of the Bryan Independent School District that is located in Robertson County;
(7) Fayette County, other than the territory within the Smithville Independent School District;
(8) Lee County, other than the territory within the Elgin Independent School District; and
(9) the part of the Lexington Independent School District that is located in Bastrop, Milam and Williamson Counties.

Blinn College Service Area Map


State of Texas Senators and Representatives for Blinn College:

District   5: Senator Charles Schwertner
District 12: Representative Kyle Kacal
District 13: Representative Lois W. Kolkhorst

District 14: Representative John Raney
District 17: Representative Tim Kleinschmidt
District 18: Senator Glenn Hegar
District 28: Representative John Zerwas

United States Senators and Representatives for Texas: 

Senator John Cornyn
Senator Ted Cruz

Representative Michael McCaul
Representative Bill Flores