Our Moment is Now The COM story is a special story and over the years has come to mean many things to the many people we serve. Dating back to 1966 when we first opened our doors, the COM story has been a story of community as our college has served as an integral backbone
Meeting the Education and Workforce Training Demands in our Community The COM Bond 2023 is Phase 2 of the COMPASS 2025 Master Plan created to propel our communitiesforward. Aimed at meeting the booming regional demand for higher education and workforce training, wewill continue to create better jobs, reduce crime and ensure prosperity for decades to
Since the passage of College of the Mainland’s historic $162.5 million general obligation bond in 2018, our college campus has undergone a major facelift that has ushered in a number of new and upgraded learning spaces to better serve the growing needs of our students and community. The new buildings, improved technologies and expanded instructional
Back in 2012, DeAndre’ Knoxson was a bright-eyed College of the Mainland student who could regularly be found seated in a Process Technology (PTEC) classroom, eager to learn and ready to make the community around him a better place. Now, you’ll find him in a seat of a different kind – at the dais of
Not many college professors choose to volunteer their time to the community by moonlighting as firefighters. Then again, San Leon Fire Captain and COM Communications Theory Professor Dr. R.E. Davis is far from your average professor. “People are calling 911 when they are having one of their worst days of their lives,” he said. “So
Over the past eight years, H. Russ Brown and his team have grown the College of the Mainland Theatre program into a nationally recognized, distinguished program cherished by students and the community alike. And while that work is impressive, Brown’s ultimate goal is simple – to foster a community college learning experience where students can
Regional Employers Value Job-Ready Graduates Research has shown that College of the Mainland’s economic impact on its surrounding region is an estimated $250 million a year. While that figure is impressive, perhaps COM’s most substantial contribution to the local economy is the steady supply of skilled, job-ready graduates we produce each year. With a career-focused
The COM Opening Doors Promise Scholarship covers 100% of tuition and fees for any eligible high school student in Texas City, La Marque, Hitchcock, Dickinson or Santa Fe for up to two years. Learn More About the Promise Program → Eligibility Talk to an enrollment coach now to get started! Visit com.edu/promise to learn more.
Lifetime Donations to the College of the Mainland Foundation (Donation Levels) Texas Lone Star Level $5 million & up Texas Longhorn Level $1 million to $4,999,999 King Rancher Level $500,000 to $999,999 Silver Spur Level $250,000 to $499,999 Cowboy Level $100,000 to $249,999 Mustang Level $50,000 to $99,999 Yellow Rose Level $25,000 to $49,999 Bluebonnet
Here at College of the Mainland, our students are our story. Their successes, experiences, journeys, and transformations — their stories are what makes us remarkably COM.