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North Lake College North Campus Opening Fall 2008

IRVING, Texas. July 15, 2008 — The new North Lake College North campus is set to open for classes on August 25, 2008. The campus is located at 101 S. Royal Lane, on the southeast corner of State Highway 121 and Sandy Lake Road in Coppell, Texas. Registration for classes at the North Campus is being conducted at the Central Campus at 5001 N. MacArthur.

The North Campus will be a 37,229 sq. ft. facility on 38.5 acres of land. The Director of the North Campus, Dr. Marco Hinojosa, says that “it will provide an accessible and affordable alternative for the pursuit of higher education in the high-growth area of Northwest Dallas County.”

The North Campus will offer a variety of choices in higher education, including credit courses that will transfer as freshman and sophomore college courses; continuing education courses; and technical and career programs that prepare individuals to enter the workforce. The campus will also provide essential services for students, which include academic and career advising, tutoring, academic transfer services, financial aid, and library and bookstore access.

At the North Campus, students will be able to:

  • Enroll in freshman and sophomore academic courses that transfer toward a bachelor’s degree to any public institution in Texas.

  • Take part in career, personal enrichment and cultural programs for credit or non-credit.

  • Register for dual-credit courses that will apply toward and high school graduation and a college degree simultaneously.

The North Campus will be designed to take advantage of both existing and emerging technologies while providing an environment for interactive and collaborative learning.
The entire campus will support wireless connectivity, allowing students to stay connected wherever they are.

For more information, go to the college’s Web site at
North Lake College is a member of the Dallas County Community College District. Educational opportunities are offered by the Dallas County Community College District without regard to race, color, age, national origin, religion, sex or sexual orientation.