For more than 40 years, Richland College has focused on teaching, learning and community building. In recognition of these efforts, the White House and the Dept. of Commerce named Richland a recipient of the Malcolm Baldrige National Quality Award, the only community college to have received this award.

Richland helps students build their future through courses that can be applied to the first two years of a baccalaureate degree, one- or two-year certificates in a number of career fields, and training in the latest technology for students who want to advance in their current careers.

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The #RichlandCollege Emeritus plus 50 program is expanding its bus trips program this fall semester, allowing participants ages 50 and older to keep their minds and bodies active while experiencing some of the best events and locations the DFW metroplex and state of Texas have to offer. “The trips in the Richland College Emeritus plus 50 program allow the participants to experience activities, educational opportunities, and historical locations that they might not otherwise be able to do, because of limited budgets and driving capabilities,” said Cindy Berry, Emeritus program director. “These activities provide an opportunity for the participants to interact socially with people from different walks of life in a safe, secure environment.” There are currently several trips planned for this fall. On Sept. 9, Emeritus will be taking students to see the Texas Rangers square off against the New York Yankees at Globe Life Park in Arlington. On Oct. 7, students will be going on an educational bus trip to historical sites in Dallas facilitated by the legendary Rose-Mary Rumbley, who has written several books on the history of Dallas.

Some tentative trips that are planned include a visit to LBJ Library in Austin, Texas, and the LBJ Ranch and National Historic Park in Johnson City, Texas, on October 24 and 25. On November 4, there is a trip planned to see the Top O’Hill Terrace in Arlington—a Texas Historic Landmark that was a famous hangout for celebrities, entertainers and gangsters to gather and gamble—and a chance to see the Fort Worth Museum District. More details will be posted online once the trips are confirmed.

The Richland College Emeritus plus 50 program provides affordable classes to people ages 50 and older to help them stay intellectually challenged, physically fit and socially connected. Dallas County residents 65 years old and older who have lived in Texas for at least one year may receive free tuition for up to six college credit hours per semester. The fall 2017 semester will begin on August 21.

For more information and the full list of events and class schedules, visit richlandcollege.edu/emeritus.

The #RichlandCollege Emeritus plus 50 program is expanding its bus trips program this fall semester, allowing participants ages 50 and older to keep their minds and bodies active while experiencing some of the best events and locations the DFW metroplex and state of Texas have to offer. “The trips in the Richland College Emeritus plus 50 program allow the participants to experience activities, educational opportunities, and historical locations that they might not otherwise be able to do, because of limited budgets and driving capabilities,” said Cindy Berry, Emeritus program director. “These activities provide an opportunity for the participants to interact socially with people from different walks of life in a safe, secure environment.” There are currently several trips planned for this fall. On Sept. 9, Emeritus will be taking students to see the Texas Rangers square off against the New York Yankees at Globe Life Park in Arlington. On Oct. 7, students will be going on an educational bus trip to historical sites in Dallas facilitated by the legendary Rose-Mary Rumbley, who has written several books on the history of Dallas. Some tentative trips that are planned include a visit to LBJ Library in Austin, Texas, and the LBJ Ranch and National Historic Park in Johnson City, Texas, on October 24 and 25. On November 4, there is a trip planned to see the Top O’Hill Terrace in Arlington—a Texas Historic Landmark that was a famous hangout for celebrities, entertainers and gangsters to gather and gamble—and a chance to see the Fort Worth Museum District. More details will be posted online once the trips are confirmed. The Richland College Emeritus plus 50 program provides affordable classes to people ages 50 and older to help them stay intellectually challenged, physically fit and socially connected. Dallas County residents 65 years old and older who have lived in Texas for at least one year may receive free tuition for up to six college credit hours per semester. The fall 2017 semester will begin on August 21. For more information and the full list of events and class schedules, visit richlandcollege.edu/emeritus.

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Richland College also offers students living in contiguous counties the opportunity to enroll in Richland Collegiate High School (RCHS), one of the first junior-senior dual credit charter high schools administered by a community college. The TEA Exemplary-rated RCHS has capacity for up to 900 students who may simultaneously earn a high school diploma and an associate degree.