Amarillo is an above-average public college located in Amarillo, Texas. It is a small institution with an enrollment of 2,977 undergraduate students. The Amarillo acceptance rate is 100%. Popular majors include Business, Liberal Arts and Humanities, and Electrical Engineering Technician. Graduating 30% of students, Amarillo alumni go on to earn a starting salary of $28,000.
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- of students agree that professors put a lot of effort into teaching their classes.53 responses
- of students agree that it is easy to get the classes they want.46 responses
- of students agree that the workload is easy to manage.45 responses
Most Popular Majors
Liberal Arts and Humanities166 Graduates
Electrical Engineering Technician151 Graduates
Automotive Mechanics134 Graduates
Truck, Bus, and Commercial Vehicle Operation132 Graduates
Computer Programming130 Graduates
Business Support Services67 Graduates
Early Childhood Education58 Graduates
Social Work and Youth Services53 Graduates
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Amarillo College Reviews
The Professors at Amarillo College care about their students, and care if they do well or not. The campus is small, so you don’t feel overwhelmed by too many people or buildings. I love this small town college!
Amarillo college was a fascinating community college experience for me simply because it looked, and felt like a college, yet it was more affordable. I was able to take the classes I wanted to and pick my exact schedule without having to attend a university that was out of my price range. There was always some club activity or fundraiser or music festival going on in the commons that allowed passing periods to be unique and showed others what amarillo college had to offer other than taking classes. It showed that a person could get an education and become involved in the community. The only downside I ever saw about Amarillo college was that during the three years that I attended there was construction around the entire campus. However, the camput was beautifully put together. I was only sad to see the outcome of the work after I had graduated.
The professors are really invested in their student's success. Everyone here is super helpful too! Would recommend to any one trying to get started in their secondary education career.