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If you want a place to learn, grow, and connect in Austin, consider Austin Community College (ACC). ACC is a public community college district serving over 70,000 students across 11 campuses and online. ACC offers more than 100 programs in 10 areas of study that lead to career certificates, associate degrees, bachelor’s degrees, or university transfer. Whether you are interested in arts, business, health, technology, or anything in between, ACC has something for you. In this article, I will give you an overview of ACC’s history, achievements, culture, and what makes it special. I will also provide ways to contact and update you on ACC’s news and events.

History

ACC was founded in 1973 by the voters of Austin Independent School District (AISD), who approved the creation of a junior college district. ACC opened its doors in 1974 with 1,726 students at the former Anderson High School building. Since then, ACC has become one of the largest community colleges in the nation, serving students from Travis County and eight surrounding counties. ACC has also expanded its facilities and services to meet the diverse needs of its community. Some of the milestones in ACC’s history include:

  • In 1982, ACC became the first community college in Texas to offer an associate degree in nursing.
  • In 1991, ACC opened its first campus outside of Austin, the Pinnacle Campus in Oak Hill.
  • In 1998, ACC launched its online learning program, offering more than 300 courses and several fully online degrees.
  • In 2010, ACC received approval from the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board to offer its first bachelor’s degree program, the RN-to-BSN program, for registered nurses.
  • In 2014, ACC opened its Highland Campus at the site of a former shopping mall, featuring innovative learning spaces and a state-of-the-art ACCelerator lab.
  • In 2018, ACC opened its San Gabriel Campus in Leander, its first campus in Williamson County.
  • In 2020, ACC celebrated its 46th anniversary and its first virtual commencement ceremony due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
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Achievements

ACC has a reputation for excellence in education and workforce development. ACC has been recognized by various organizations and publications for its quality, affordability, and innovation. Some of the accolades that ACC has received include:

  • In 2019, ACC was named one of the top 10 community colleges in the nation by the Aspen Institute College Excellence Program.
  • In 2020, ACC was ranked among the best online community colleges in Texas by Intelligent.com.
  • In 2021, ACC was awarded a $30 million grant from the U.S. Department of Education to support student success initiatives such as advising, tutoring, mentoring, and career services.
  • In 2021, ACC was named one of the best colleges for veterans by Military Times.
  • In 2021, ACC was ranked among the top 50 associate degree producers nationwide by Community College Week.
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Culture

ACC is a diverse and inclusive community that values respect, integrity, communication, collaboration, and innovation. ACC’s culture is reflected in its mission statement:
Austin Community College is a public two-year institution of higher education. The College promotes student success and community development by providing affordable access to higher education and workforce training in its eight-county service area.
ACC’s culture is also evident in its vision statement:
Transforming lives and communities through higher education.
ACC’s culture is supported by its core values:

  • Student Success: We are committed to helping students achieve their academic and career goals.
  • Equity: We are committed to ensuring all students have equal access and opportunity to succeed.
  • Diversity: We are committed to fostering a culture of respect and appreciation for differences.
  • Excellence: We are committed to maintaining high standards of quality and excellence in everything we do.
  • Innovation: We are committed to embracing change and exploring new ways of teaching and learning.
  • Accountability: We are committed to being responsible stewards of public resources and demonstrating our effectiveness through data-driven decision-making.

What makes it special?

ACC is more than just a place to get a degree or a certificate. It is a place to explore your interests, passions, and talents. It is where you can find your community and make lifelong connections. It is a place where you can make a difference in your own life and the lives of others. Here are some of the things that make ACC special:

  • ACC offers flexible learning options that fit your schedule and preferences. You can choose from in-person, online, hybrid, or hyflex classes that combine online and face-to-face instruction. You can also take advantage of accelerated, weekend, or evening classes to help you finish faster.
  • ACC provides comprehensive support services that can help you succeed academically and personally. You can access free tutoring, counseling, advising, career services, disability services, financial aid, and more. You can also join one of the many student organizations, clubs, or honor societies that can enrich your college experience.
  • ACC partners with local employers, industry leaders, and universities to create relevant and responsive programs that prepare you for the workforce or further education. You can benefit from internships, apprenticeships, co-ops, service learning, and other experiential learning opportunities to enhance your skills and employability. You can also take advantage of transfer agreements and pathways to facilitate your transition to a four-year institution.
  • ACC serves the community by offering various programs and services that address the needs and interests of its diverse population. You can participate in continuing education courses, adult education programs, dual credit courses, early college high schools, and other outreach initiatives that can help you advance your education and career. You can also enjoy cultural events, art exhibits, musical performances, and other activities that showcase the talents and diversity of ACC’s students and faculty.
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Here for the community

ACC is a place where you can start here and get there. Whether you want to earn a degree or a certificate, transfer to a university, or start a new career, ACC can help you achieve your goals. ACC is also a place where you can discover yourself and your potential. Whether you want to explore your interests, passions, or talents, ACC can help you find your path. ACC is where you can learn, grow, and connect with others who share your vision. Whether you want to make friends, network with professionals, or serve the community, ACC can help you make a difference.

If you are interested in learning more about ACC or applying for admission, visit www.austincc.edu](www.austincc.edu or call 512-223-4ACC (4222). You can also follow ACC on social media platforms such as Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, YouTube, and LinkedIn to stay updated on the latest news and events.

If you have any questions or feedback about this article or ACC, contact me at itmanagementexpert@acc.edu. I would love to hear from you and answer any queries you may have. You can also subscribe to my blog at www.itmanagementexpert.com, where I post regularly about IT management topics and trends. Thank you for reading, and I hope to see you at ACC soon!

A Road Around Austin Texas Institutions: From The University of Texas at Austin to Techprocomp

The University of Texas at Austin

2515 Speedway, Austin, TX 78712, United States

  1. Get on I-35 S/US-290 W (3 min, 0.9 mi)
    1. Head east on Clyde Littlefield Dr toward S I-35 Frontage Rd (128 ft)
    2. Turn right at the 1st cross street onto S I-35 Frontage Rd (0.7 mi)
    3. Slight left to merge onto I-35 S/US-290 W toward Airport (0.1 mi)
  2. Follow I-35 S/US-290 W to S I-35 Frontage Rd. Take exit 231 from I-35 S/US-290 W (3 min, 3.0 mi)
    1. Merge onto I-35 S/US-290 W (2.8 mi)
    2. Take exit 231 toward Woodward St (0.2 mi)
  3. Take St Edwards Dr to the University (2 min, 0.7 mi)
    1. Merge onto S I-35 Frontage Rd (0.2 mi)
    2. Turn right onto St Edwards Dr (0.4 mi)
    3. Turn left onto University (66 ft)

St. Edward’s University

3001 S Congress Ave, Austin, TX 78704, United States

  1. Get on TX-71 W/US-290 W from University and S Congress Ave (6 min, 1.7 mi)
    1. Head west on University toward Theatre Pass (0.6 mi)
    2. Turn left onto S Congress Ave (0.7 mi)
    3. Turn right onto W Ben White Blvd/W Texas Hwy 71 Service Rd (signs for TX-71 W/U.S. 290 W) (374 ft)
    4. Slight left to merge onto TX-71 W/US-290 W (0.3 mi)
  2. Take TX-360 Loop N to N Capital of Texas Hwy. Take the exit toward RM-2222 from TX-360 Loop N (15 min, 11.6 mi)
    1. Merge onto TX-71 W/US-290 W (1.6 mi)
    2. Use the right two lanes to take the Texas Loop 360/Capital of TX Hwy exit (0.5 mi)
    3. Continue onto TX-360 Loop N (0.8 mi)
    4. Keep right to stay on TX-360 Loop N (8.5 mi)
    5. Take the exit toward RM-2222 (0.2 mi)
  3. Follow Ranch to Market 2222 W and N FM 620 to your destination (13 min, 7.2 mi)
    1. Continue onto N Capital of Texas Hwy (0.1 mi)
    2. Use the left two lanes to turn left onto Ranch to Market 2222 W (5.2 mi)
    3. Turn right onto N FM 620, pass by Rudy’s “Country Store” and Bar-B-Q on the right in 0.5 mi (1.0 mi)
    4. Use the middle lane to stay on N FM 620 (0.3 mi)
    5. Turn right onto Concordia University Dr (0.4 mi)
    6. Turn right onto Kilian Road (289 ft)
    7. Turn right again (154 ft)
    8. Make another right turn (16 ft)
    9. Finally, turn left, and your destination will be on the left (52 ft)

Concordia University Texas

11400 Concordia University Dr, Austin, TX 78726, United States

  1. Take Concordia University Dr to N FM 620 (2 min, 0.5 mi)
    1. Head east toward Kilian Road (52 ft)
    2. Turn right toward Kilian Road (16 ft)
    3. Turn left toward Kilian Road (154 ft)
    4. Turn left onto Kilian Road (289 ft)
    5. Turn left onto Concordia University Dr (0.5 mi)
  2. Drive along Anderson Mill Rd and US-183 Hwy S (15 min, 10.1 mi)
    1. Turn right onto N FM 620, pass by 7-Eleven on the left in 2.6 mi (2.6 mi)
    2. Turn right onto Anderson Mill Rd, pass by the church on the left in 1.9 mi (2.3 mi)
    3. Turn right onto Research Blvd, pass by Burger King on the right (1.1 mi)
    4. Use the left lane to take the US-183 S ramp (0.1 mi)
    5. Merge onto US-183 Hwy S (3.1 mi)
    6. Use the right two lanes to take the exit toward Braker Ln/Great Hills Trail (0.2 mi)
    7. Merge onto Research Blvd (0.2 mi)
    8. Sharp left to stay on Research Blvd, pass by Chick-fil-A on the right (0.3 mi)
    9. Use the right lane to stay on Research Blvd (0.2 mi)
  3. Finally, turn right, and you will reach your destination in about 5 seconds (46 ft)

Austin Telco Federal Credit Union

11149 Research Blvd, Austin, TX 78759, United States

  1. Get on TX-1 Loop N from Santa Cruz Dr and Duval Rd (7 min, 2.5 mi)
    1. Head southeast toward Balcones Woods Dr (430 ft)
    2. Turn right onto Balcones Woods Dr (0.2 mi)
    3. Turn left onto Santa Cruz Dr (0.7 mi)
    4. Turn right onto Duval Rd (1.2 mi)
    5. Turn left onto Mopac Service Rd (0.1 mi)
    6. Use the left lane to turn left to stay on Mopac Service Rd (348 ft)
    7. Use the left lane to merge onto TX-1 Loop N via the ramp to Farm to Market Rd 1325 (0.2 mi)
  2. Continue on TX-1 Loop N to Round Rock. Take the exit toward I-35 S from TX-1 Loop N (5 min, 5.5 mi)
    1. Merge onto TX-1 Loop N, Toll road (2.9 mi)
    2. Keep left at the fork to stay on TX-1 Loop N, Toll road (1.7 mi)
    3. Use the right two lanes to take the exit toward I-35 S, Toll road (1.0 mi)
  3. Continue on W Louis Henna Blvd to your destination (4 min, 1.2 mi)
    1. Merge onto W Louis Henna Blvd (0.9 mi)
    2. Turn left onto N Interstate 35 Frontage Rd (0.2 mi)
    3. Turn right (194 ft)
    4. Finally, turn left, and your destination will be on the right (276 ft)

Bank of America (with Drive-thru ATM)

2651 S I-35 Frontage Rd, Round Rock, TX 78664, United States

  1. Get on I-35 S from N Interstate 35 Frontage Rd (3 min, 1.2 mi)
    1. Head south toward N Interstate 35 Frontage Rd (276 ft)
    2. Turn right toward N Interstate 35 Frontage Rd (194 ft)
    3. Turn right onto N Interstate 35 Frontage Rd (0.5 mi)
    4. Turn left toward S I-35 Frontage Rd (0.1 mi)
    5. Turn left onto S I-35 Frontage Rd (308 ft)
    6. Use the left lane to take the ramp onto I-35 S (0.4 mi)
  2. Follow I-35 S to S I-35 Frontage Rd in Austin. Take exit 234C from I-35 S/US-290 W/N Interstate 35 (15 min, 15.4 mi)
    1. Merge onto I-35 S, pass by Motel 6 Austin, TX on the right in 10.1 mi (13.1 mi)
    2. Keep left at the fork to continue on I-35 S/US-290 W/N Interstate 35, follow signs for 32nd St (2.1 mi)
    3. Take exit 234C toward 12th – 11th St/State Capitol (0.2 mi)
  3. Take E 11th St to your destination (4 min, 1.1 mi)
    1. Merge onto S I-35 Frontage Rd, pass by Avis Car Rental on the right (0.1 mi)
    2. Turn left onto E 11th St (0.4 mi)
    3. Turn right to stay on E 11th St (0.4 mi)
    4. Turn right onto Chicon St (0.1 mi)
    5. Finally, turn right at E 9th St, and you will reach your destination in about 36 feet.

Huston-Tillotson University

900 Chicon St, Austin, TX 78702, United States

  1. Head east toward Chicon St (36 ft)
  2. Turn left onto Chicon St (0.4 mi)
  3. Turn right onto Rosewood Ave (0.5 mi)
  4. Turn right onto Thompson St (0.3 mi)
  5. Turn right onto Webberville Rd (459 ft)
  6. Finally, turn left onto Govalle Ave (0.2 mi)

Austin Community College Eastview Campus

3401 Webberville Rd, Austin, TX 78702, United States

  1. Take Govalle Ave and Neal St to N Pleasant Valley Rd (2 min, 0.5 mi)
    1. Head west on Govalle Ave toward Fiesta St (0.2 mi)
    2. Turn left onto Webberville Rd (262 ft)
    3. Turn right at the 1st cross street onto Neal St (0.3 mi)
    4. Turn left onto Hargrave St (223 ft)
  2. Continue on N Pleasant Valley Rd to Comal St (3 min, 1.0 mi)
    1. Turn right onto N Pleasant Valley Rd (0.5 mi)
    2. Turn left onto E 12th St (0.5 mi)
  3. Turn right onto Comal St (1 min, 0.4 mi)
  4. Continue on E Martin Luther King Jr Blvd. Drive to Guadalupe St (6 min, 1.3 mi)
    1. Turn left onto E Martin Luther King Jr Blvd (1.0 mi)
    2. Finally, turn right onto Guadalupe St (0.3 mi)

UFCU

2244 Guadalupe St, Austin, TX 78705, United States

  1. Take W Martin Luther King Jr Blvd and I-35 N to Chevy Chase Dr (13 min, 6.5 mi)
    1. Head south on Guadalupe St toward W 22nd St (0.3 mi)
    2. Turn left onto W Martin Luther King Jr Blvd (0.8 mi)
    3. Turn left onto N Interstate 35 Frontage Rd (266 ft)
    4. Use the left lane to take the ramp onto I-35 N/US-290 E, and continue to follow I-35 N (3.3 mi)
    5. Take exit 240A toward US-183 S/Lockhart (0.2 mi)
    6. Merge onto N Interstate 35 Frontage Rd (0.2 mi)
    7. Use the left lane to take the I-35 ramp (0.5 mi)
    8. Keep right at the fork to continue on Exit 183 and merge onto N Interstate 35 Frontage Rd (0.4 mi)
    9. Turn left onto E Anderson Ln (0.5 mi)
    10. Turn left onto Georgian Dr/Northcrest Blvd (226 ft)
    11. Use the middle lane to turn left at the 1st cross street onto E Anderson Ln (0.2 mi)
  2. Continue on Chevy Chase Dr to your destination (42 sec, 0.1 mi)
    1. Turn right onto Chevy Chase Dr (390 ft)
    2. Turn right (148 ft)
    3. Finally, turn left, and your destination will be on the right (85 ft)

TechProComp

7600 Chevy Chase Dr suite 300, Austin, TX 78752, United States

If you want a place to learn, grow, and connect in Austin, consider Austin Community College (ACC). ACC is a public community college district serving over 70,000 students across 11 campuses and online. ACC offers more than 100 programs in 10 areas of study that lead to career certificates, associate degrees, bachelor’s degrees, or university transfer. Whether you are interested in arts, business, health, technology, or anything in between, ACC has something for you. In this article, I will give you an overview of ACC’s history, achievements, culture, and what makes it special. I will also provide ways to contact and update you on ACC’s news and events.

History

ACC was founded in 1973 by the voters of Austin Independent School District (AISD), who approved the creation of a junior college district. ACC opened its doors in 1974 with 1,726 students at the former Anderson High School building. Since then, ACC has become one of the largest community colleges in the nation, serving students from Travis County and eight surrounding counties. ACC has also expanded its facilities and services to meet the diverse needs of its community. Some of the milestones in ACC’s history include:

  • In 1982, ACC became the first community college in Texas to offer an associate degree in nursing.
  • In 1991, ACC opened its first campus outside of Austin, the Pinnacle Campus in Oak Hill.
  • In 1998, ACC launched its online learning program, offering more than 300 courses and several fully online degrees.
  • In 2010, ACC received approval from the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board to offer its first bachelor’s degree program, the RN-to-BSN program, for registered nurses.
  • In 2014, ACC opened its Highland Campus at the site of a former shopping mall, featuring innovative learning spaces and a state-of-the-art ACCelerator lab.
  • In 2018, ACC opened its San Gabriel Campus in Leander, its first campus in Williamson County.
  • In 2020, ACC celebrated its 46th anniversary and its first virtual commencement ceremony due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
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Achievements

ACC has a reputation for excellence in education and workforce development. ACC has been recognized by various organizations and publications for its quality, affordability, and innovation. Some of the accolades that ACC has received include:

  • In 2019, ACC was named one of the top 10 community colleges in the nation by the Aspen Institute College Excellence Program.
  • In 2020, ACC was ranked among the best online community colleges in Texas by Intelligent.com.
  • In 2021, ACC was awarded a $30 million grant from the U.S. Department of Education to support student success initiatives such as advising, tutoring, mentoring, and career services.
  • In 2021, ACC was named one of the best colleges for veterans by Military Times.
  • In 2021, ACC was ranked among the top 50 associate degree producers nationwide by Community College Week.
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Culture

ACC is a diverse and inclusive community that values respect, integrity, communication, collaboration, and innovation. ACC’s culture is reflected in its mission statement:
Austin Community College is a public two-year institution of higher education. The College promotes student success and community development by providing affordable access to higher education and workforce training in its eight-county service area.
ACC’s culture is also evident in its vision statement:
Transforming lives and communities through higher education.
ACC’s culture is supported by its core values:

  • Student Success: We are committed to helping students achieve their academic and career goals.
  • Equity: We are committed to ensuring all students have equal access and opportunity to succeed.
  • Diversity: We are committed to fostering a culture of respect and appreciation for differences.
  • Excellence: We are committed to maintaining high standards of quality and excellence in everything we do.
  • Innovation: We are committed to embracing change and exploring new ways of teaching and learning.
  • Accountability: We are committed to being responsible stewards of public resources and demonstrating our effectiveness through data-driven decision-making.

What makes it special?

ACC is more than just a place to get a degree or a certificate. It is a place to explore your interests, passions, and talents. It is where you can find your community and make lifelong connections. It is a place where you can make a difference in your own life and the lives of others. Here are some of the things that make ACC special:

  • ACC offers flexible learning options that fit your schedule and preferences. You can choose from in-person, online, hybrid, or hyflex classes that combine online and face-to-face instruction. You can also take advantage of accelerated, weekend, or evening classes to help you finish faster.
  • ACC provides comprehensive support services that can help you succeed academically and personally. You can access free tutoring, counseling, advising, career services, disability services, financial aid, and more. You can also join one of the many student organizations, clubs, or honor societies that can enrich your college experience.
  • ACC partners with local employers, industry leaders, and universities to create relevant and responsive programs that prepare you for the workforce or further education. You can benefit from internships, apprenticeships, co-ops, service learning, and other experiential learning opportunities to enhance your skills and employability. You can also take advantage of transfer agreements and pathways to facilitate your transition to a four-year institution.
  • ACC serves the community by offering various programs and services that address the needs and interests of its diverse population. You can participate in continuing education courses, adult education programs, dual credit courses, early college high schools, and other outreach initiatives that can help you advance your education and career. You can also enjoy cultural events, art exhibits, musical performances, and other activities that showcase the talents and diversity of ACC’s students and faculty.
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Here for the community

ACC is a place where you can start here and get there. Whether you want to earn a degree or a certificate, transfer to a university, or start a new career, ACC can help you achieve your goals. ACC is also a place where you can discover yourself and your potential. Whether you want to explore your interests, passions, or talents, ACC can help you find your path. ACC is where you can learn, grow, and connect with others who share your vision. Whether you want to make friends, network with professionals, or serve the community, ACC can help you make a difference.

If you are interested in learning more about ACC or applying for admission, visit www.austincc.edu](www.austincc.edu or call 512-223-4ACC (4222). You can also follow ACC on social media platforms such as Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, YouTube, and LinkedIn to stay updated on the latest news and events.

If you have any questions or feedback about this article or ACC, contact me at itmanagementexpert@acc.edu. I would love to hear from you and answer any queries you may have. You can also subscribe to my blog at www.itmanagementexpert.com, where I post regularly about IT management topics and trends. Thank you for reading, and I hope to see you at ACC soon!

A Road Around Austin Texas Institutions: From The University of Texas at Austin to Techprocomp

The University of Texas at Austin

2515 Speedway, Austin, TX 78712, United States

  1. Get on I-35 S/US-290 W (3 min, 0.9 mi)
    1. Head east on Clyde Littlefield Dr toward S I-35 Frontage Rd (128 ft)
    2. Turn right at the 1st cross street onto S I-35 Frontage Rd (0.7 mi)
    3. Slight left to merge onto I-35 S/US-290 W toward Airport (0.1 mi)
  2. Follow I-35 S/US-290 W to S I-35 Frontage Rd. Take exit 231 from I-35 S/US-290 W (3 min, 3.0 mi)
    1. Merge onto I-35 S/US-290 W (2.8 mi)
    2. Take exit 231 toward Woodward St (0.2 mi)
  3. Take St Edwards Dr to the University (2 min, 0.7 mi)
    1. Merge onto S I-35 Frontage Rd (0.2 mi)
    2. Turn right onto St Edwards Dr (0.4 mi)
    3. Turn left onto University (66 ft)

St. Edward’s University

3001 S Congress Ave, Austin, TX 78704, United States

  1. Get on TX-71 W/US-290 W from University and S Congress Ave (6 min, 1.7 mi)
    1. Head west on University toward Theatre Pass (0.6 mi)
    2. Turn left onto S Congress Ave (0.7 mi)
    3. Turn right onto W Ben White Blvd/W Texas Hwy 71 Service Rd (signs for TX-71 W/U.S. 290 W) (374 ft)
    4. Slight left to merge onto TX-71 W/US-290 W (0.3 mi)
  2. Take TX-360 Loop N to N Capital of Texas Hwy. Take the exit toward RM-2222 from TX-360 Loop N (15 min, 11.6 mi)
    1. Merge onto TX-71 W/US-290 W (1.6 mi)
    2. Use the right two lanes to take the Texas Loop 360/Capital of TX Hwy exit (0.5 mi)
    3. Continue onto TX-360 Loop N (0.8 mi)
    4. Keep right to stay on TX-360 Loop N (8.5 mi)
    5. Take the exit toward RM-2222 (0.2 mi)
  3. Follow Ranch to Market 2222 W and N FM 620 to your destination (13 min, 7.2 mi)
    1. Continue onto N Capital of Texas Hwy (0.1 mi)
    2. Use the left two lanes to turn left onto Ranch to Market 2222 W (5.2 mi)
    3. Turn right onto N FM 620, pass by Rudy’s “Country Store” and Bar-B-Q on the right in 0.5 mi (1.0 mi)
    4. Use the middle lane to stay on N FM 620 (0.3 mi)
    5. Turn right onto Concordia University Dr (0.4 mi)
    6. Turn right onto Kilian Road (289 ft)
    7. Turn right again (154 ft)
    8. Make another right turn (16 ft)
    9. Finally, turn left, and your destination will be on the left (52 ft)

Concordia University Texas

11400 Concordia University Dr, Austin, TX 78726, United States

  1. Take Concordia University Dr to N FM 620 (2 min, 0.5 mi)
    1. Head east toward Kilian Road (52 ft)
    2. Turn right toward Kilian Road (16 ft)
    3. Turn left toward Kilian Road (154 ft)
    4. Turn left onto Kilian Road (289 ft)
    5. Turn left onto Concordia University Dr (0.5 mi)
  2. Drive along Anderson Mill Rd and US-183 Hwy S (15 min, 10.1 mi)
    1. Turn right onto N FM 620, pass by 7-Eleven on the left in 2.6 mi (2.6 mi)
    2. Turn right onto Anderson Mill Rd, pass by the church on the left in 1.9 mi (2.3 mi)
    3. Turn right onto Research Blvd, pass by Burger King on the right (1.1 mi)
    4. Use the left lane to take the US-183 S ramp (0.1 mi)
    5. Merge onto US-183 Hwy S (3.1 mi)
    6. Use the right two lanes to take the exit toward Braker Ln/Great Hills Trail (0.2 mi)
    7. Merge onto Research Blvd (0.2 mi)
    8. Sharp left to stay on Research Blvd, pass by Chick-fil-A on the right (0.3 mi)
    9. Use the right lane to stay on Research Blvd (0.2 mi)
  3. Finally, turn right, and you will reach your destination in about 5 seconds (46 ft)

Austin Telco Federal Credit Union

11149 Research Blvd, Austin, TX 78759, United States

  1. Get on TX-1 Loop N from Santa Cruz Dr and Duval Rd (7 min, 2.5 mi)
    1. Head southeast toward Balcones Woods Dr (430 ft)
    2. Turn right onto Balcones Woods Dr (0.2 mi)
    3. Turn left onto Santa Cruz Dr (0.7 mi)
    4. Turn right onto Duval Rd (1.2 mi)
    5. Turn left onto Mopac Service Rd (0.1 mi)
    6. Use the left lane to turn left to stay on Mopac Service Rd (348 ft)
    7. Use the left lane to merge onto TX-1 Loop N via the ramp to Farm to Market Rd 1325 (0.2 mi)
  2. Continue on TX-1 Loop N to Round Rock. Take the exit toward I-35 S from TX-1 Loop N (5 min, 5.5 mi)
    1. Merge onto TX-1 Loop N, Toll road (2.9 mi)
    2. Keep left at the fork to stay on TX-1 Loop N, Toll road (1.7 mi)
    3. Use the right two lanes to take the exit toward I-35 S, Toll road (1.0 mi)
  3. Continue on W Louis Henna Blvd to your destination (4 min, 1.2 mi)
    1. Merge onto W Louis Henna Blvd (0.9 mi)
    2. Turn left onto N Interstate 35 Frontage Rd (0.2 mi)
    3. Turn right (194 ft)
    4. Finally, turn left, and your destination will be on the right (276 ft)

Bank of America (with Drive-thru ATM)

2651 S I-35 Frontage Rd, Round Rock, TX 78664, United States

  1. Get on I-35 S from N Interstate 35 Frontage Rd (3 min, 1.2 mi)
    1. Head south toward N Interstate 35 Frontage Rd (276 ft)
    2. Turn right toward N Interstate 35 Frontage Rd (194 ft)
    3. Turn right onto N Interstate 35 Frontage Rd (0.5 mi)
    4. Turn left toward S I-35 Frontage Rd (0.1 mi)
    5. Turn left onto S I-35 Frontage Rd (308 ft)
    6. Use the left lane to take the ramp onto I-35 S (0.4 mi)
  2. Follow I-35 S to S I-35 Frontage Rd in Austin. Take exit 234C from I-35 S/US-290 W/N Interstate 35 (15 min, 15.4 mi)
    1. Merge onto I-35 S, pass by Motel 6 Austin, TX on the right in 10.1 mi (13.1 mi)
    2. Keep left at the fork to continue on I-35 S/US-290 W/N Interstate 35, follow signs for 32nd St (2.1 mi)
    3. Take exit 234C toward 12th – 11th St/State Capitol (0.2 mi)
  3. Take E 11th St to your destination (4 min, 1.1 mi)
    1. Merge onto S I-35 Frontage Rd, pass by Avis Car Rental on the right (0.1 mi)
    2. Turn left onto E 11th St (0.4 mi)
    3. Turn right to stay on E 11th St (0.4 mi)
    4. Turn right onto Chicon St (0.1 mi)
    5. Finally, turn right at E 9th St, and you will reach your destination in about 36 feet.

Huston-Tillotson University

900 Chicon St, Austin, TX 78702, United States

  1. Head east toward Chicon St (36 ft)
  2. Turn left onto Chicon St (0.4 mi)
  3. Turn right onto Rosewood Ave (0.5 mi)
  4. Turn right onto Thompson St (0.3 mi)
  5. Turn right onto Webberville Rd (459 ft)
  6. Finally, turn left onto Govalle Ave (0.2 mi)

Austin Community College Eastview Campus

3401 Webberville Rd, Austin, TX 78702, United States

  1. Take Govalle Ave and Neal St to N Pleasant Valley Rd (2 min, 0.5 mi)
    1. Head west on Govalle Ave toward Fiesta St (0.2 mi)
    2. Turn left onto Webberville Rd (262 ft)
    3. Turn right at the 1st cross street onto Neal St (0.3 mi)
    4. Turn left onto Hargrave St (223 ft)
  2. Continue on N Pleasant Valley Rd to Comal St (3 min, 1.0 mi)
    1. Turn right onto N Pleasant Valley Rd (0.5 mi)
    2. Turn left onto E 12th St (0.5 mi)
  3. Turn right onto Comal St (1 min, 0.4 mi)
  4. Continue on E Martin Luther King Jr Blvd. Drive to Guadalupe St (6 min, 1.3 mi)
    1. Turn left onto E Martin Luther King Jr Blvd (1.0 mi)
    2. Finally, turn right onto Guadalupe St (0.3 mi)

UFCU

2244 Guadalupe St, Austin, TX 78705, United States

  1. Take W Martin Luther King Jr Blvd and I-35 N to Chevy Chase Dr (13 min, 6.5 mi)
    1. Head south on Guadalupe St toward W 22nd St (0.3 mi)
    2. Turn left onto W Martin Luther King Jr Blvd (0.8 mi)
    3. Turn left onto N Interstate 35 Frontage Rd (266 ft)
    4. Use the left lane to take the ramp onto I-35 N/US-290 E, and continue to follow I-35 N (3.3 mi)
    5. Take exit 240A toward US-183 S/Lockhart (0.2 mi)
    6. Merge onto N Interstate 35 Frontage Rd (0.2 mi)
    7. Use the left lane to take the I-35 ramp (0.5 mi)
    8. Keep right at the fork to continue on Exit 183 and merge onto N Interstate 35 Frontage Rd (0.4 mi)
    9. Turn left onto E Anderson Ln (0.5 mi)
    10. Turn left onto Georgian Dr/Northcrest Blvd (226 ft)
    11. Use the middle lane to turn left at the 1st cross street onto E Anderson Ln (0.2 mi)
  2. Continue on Chevy Chase Dr to your destination (42 sec, 0.1 mi)
    1. Turn right onto Chevy Chase Dr (390 ft)
    2. Turn right (148 ft)
    3. Finally, turn left, and your destination will be on the right (85 ft)

TechProComp

7600 Chevy Chase Dr suite 300, Austin, TX 78752, United States


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Slobodan Krsmanovic, the CEO of TechProComp, brings over 25 years of deep-rooted experience in the IT industry. As the author driving our insightful posts, Slobodan embodies a steadfast commitment to client-centric service, fostering respectful and secure collaborations across all business scales.

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