Welcome to the new Rahll Campus of Frank Phillips College in Dalhart! We know it is exciting and a new adventure for you to be taking this step, and we are here to help you. Your academic and future goals are very important. Our advisors will guide you one on one so that you can achieve those goals. You will begin with a degree plan that matches your goals, and it will be updated every semester to keep you on course until you complete your degree. Upon completion of your Associate's degree we can help you transition into a Bachelor's degree at a four-year college or university. We are here to Change Lives Through Education.
Call (806) 244-7669 to set up an advising appointment today.
Academic advising on our campus is under the direction of Ilene Walton, Dean of the Rahll Campus.
Meet the Team
- Ilene Walton, Dean of Rahll Campus, email@example.com
- Barbara Walker, Director of Rahll Campus, firstname.lastname@example.org
- Lexi Thomas, Extended Education Coordinator, email@example.com
- Angela Gonzalez, Front Office Assistant, firstname.lastname@example.org
- Ann Green, Student Resource Coordinator, email@example.com
- Mary Barker, Counselor, firstname.lastname@example.org
- Mayra Ruiz, Evening Office Assistant, email@example.com
- Autumn Hale, DLR Facilitator, firstname.lastname@example.org
- Lyndsey Dovel, DLR Facilitator
- Valeria Delgado, DLR Facilitator
2890 FM 281, Dalhart, Texas 79022
Monday - Thursday from 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
Friday from 8:00 am - 4:00 pm
Monday - Thursday from 8:00 am - 4:00 pm
Friday - Closed
In 1946 the Borger Independent School District applied to the Texas State Board of Education for authority to establish a junior college. Borger Junior College District was created by a vote of local citizens on June 15, 1946.
The college served primarily as a junior college offering arts and sciences courses until 1973 when the curricula was expanded to include vocational, occupational-technical, workforce development, and allied health programs, along with an extensive array of continuing education and community service courses have been added to the curricula.
During the 1970’s Frank Phillips College established off-campus sites in Canadian, Dalhart and Perryton, TX. A few years’ later telecommunications became a new avenue for learning. DECANET became the network system for the four schools and off campus microwave programs began. The college would begin offering continuing education, academic, vocational and concurrent classes to Dalhart. This was only the beginning of the changes and growth of Frank Phillips College in Dalhart.
As time passed changes took place and there came a new awakening for the people of Dalhart. The agricultural industries had taken an interest in the Dalhart area and employment opportunities were abundant. The sleeping giant was aroused and people who never dreamed of obtaining more education began to realize that Frank Phillips College could offer education to them which would change their lives with the new job opportunities available. People from all walks of life and of all ages came for education. Agriculture industries had a need for accommodations for the Continuing Education classes they needed and Frank Phillips College provided a place for them. New community services were provided by the college.
Support for Frank Phillips College has grown and has created a need for more diversified instruction. Frank Phillips College has become a vital part of the much needed educational explosion, so much so that two counties have joined together to support a new building and campus so generously funded by a local donor.
Leaders, men and women with vision, have joined together to expand the meaning of our motto, “Right for You. Right Here. Right From the Start.” We are “Changing Lives through Education.”
During this time of online instruction if you have a question or need additional assistance please let us know.
Below, you will see a list of frequent needs of our students and the point of contact for each.
|Student Need||Name||Ext. #|
|Library Help||Jason Priceemail@example.com||ext. 787|
|Schedule Changes||Michele Stevensfirstname.lastname@example.org||ext. 707|
|Tutoring||Derrick Cummingsemail@example.com||ext. 632|
|TRiO||Jen Cobosfirstname.lastname@example.org||ext. 632|
|Dorms/Housing||Krista Wilsonemail@example.com||ext. 742|
|CAMs Help||Michele Stevensfirstname.lastname@example.org||ext. 707|
|Events on Campus||Jackie Brandemail@example.com||ext. 715|
|Dalhart Contact||Ilene Waltonfirstname.lastname@example.org||ext. 514|
|Perryton Contact||Amber Jonesemail@example.com||ext. 607|
Are you a dual-credit student or parent needing more information on the 2020-2021 school year? Here is a full packet of FAQ for dual-credit students who plan to take classes at Frank Phillips College this Fall.
Student Password Resets
Are you looking to reset your student portal or email password? We want to help students make this transition process as easy as possible, to reset your password please visit the link below and we will complete the requests in the order they are received.
- Notice of Public Hearing Tax Increase -
A tax rate of $0.0364 per $100 valuation has been proposed by the governing body of FRANK PHILLIPS COLLEGE.
PROPOSED TAX RATE - $0.036375 pee $100
NO-NEW-REVENUE-TAX-RATE - $0.035600 per $100
VOTER-APPROVAL TAX RATE - $0.038400 per $100
The no-new-revenue tax rate is the rate for the 2020 tax year that will raise the same amount of property tax revenue for FRANK PHILLIPS COLLEGE from the same properties in both the 2019 tax year and the 2020 tax year.
The voter-approval rate is the highest tax rate that FRANK PHILLIPS COLLEGE may adopt without holding an election to seek voter approval of the rate.
The proposed tax rate is greater than the no-new-revenue tax rate. This means that FRANK PHILLIPS COLLEGE is proposing to increase property taxes for the 2020 tax year.
A PUBLIC HEARING ON THE PROPOSED TAX RATE WILL BE HELD ON August 31, 2020 at 10:30 AM at the Dallam County Court Room 2nd floor 414 Denver Ave., Dalhart, TX 79022.
The proposed tax rate is not greater than the voter-approval tax rate. As a result, FRANK PHILLIPS COLLEGE is not required to hold an election at which voters may accept or reject the proposed tax rate. However, you may express your support for or opposition to the proposed tax rate by contacting the members of the Dallam and Hartley Counties Commissioners Court for FRANK PHILLIPS COLLEGE at their offices or by attending the public hearing mentioned above.
YOUR TAXES OWED UNDER ANY OF THE TAX RATES MENTIONED ABOVE CAN BE CALCULATED AS FOLLOWS:
Property tax amount = ( tax rate ) x ( taxable value of your property ) / 100
(List names of all members of the governing body below, showing how each voted on the proposal to consider the tax increase or, if one of more were absent, indicating absences.)
FOR the proposal: Ronnie Gordon, David Vincent, David Ford, Chad Hicks, Wes Ritchey, Carl McCarty, Corey Crabtree, Levi James & Floyd French,
AGAINST the proposal: none
PRESENT and not voting: none
ABSENT: Robert Owens
The 86th Legislature modified the manner in which the voter-approval tax rate is calculated to limit the rate of growth of property taxes in the state.
The following table compares the taxes imposed on the average residence homestead by FRANK PHILLIPS COLLEGE last year to the taxes proposed to be imposed on the average residence homestead by FRANK PHILLIPS COLLEGE this year.
|Total tax rate (per $100 of value)||$0.036375||$0.036375||0% increase|
|Average homestead taxable value||$120,055||$122,665||2% increase|
|Tax on average homestead||$44||$45||2% increase|
|Total tax levy on all properties||$689,708||$710,933||3% increase|
For assistance with tax calculations, please contact the tax assessor for FRANK PHILLIPS COLLEGE at 806-249-6767 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Rahll Campus Information
Phone Number: 806-244-7669
Basic Instructor Course: September 14-18, 2020 (maximum of 14 students) students will need to bring a laptop computer that already has PowerPoint installed with a recent version, and a flash drive. $100
Firearms Instructor Course: October 12-16, 2020. (minimum 8 students but the more the better) $125
Required equipment and supplies:
• Eye & Ear Protection
• Handgun: 500 rounds of ammo chambered for the handgun you will be using for this course. This must be factory ammunition. Absolutely no reloads are allowed in this course. An inspection will be done of ammunition used in this class.
• Shotgun: 25 rounds of 00 Buckshot. It is preferred you use the 9 shot, however if you have already purchased 8 shot, please ensure the instructor knows this prior to starting of class on day 1.
10 rounds of slug.
25 rounds of birdshot (THIS IS FOR TRAINING PURPOSES ONLY, IF YOU WOULD RATHER BRING 00 BUCK, THAT IS FINE)
Shotgun ammunition must also be factory rounds. Absolutely no reloads will be allowed to be used during this course.
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The accreditation of all FPC locations is dependent on the accreditation of the parent campus located in Borger, TX.
Frank Phillips College is accredited by the Commission on Colleges of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools to award associate degrees.
Contact the Commission on Colleges at 1866 Southern Lane Decatur, Georgia 30033-4097 or call (404) 679-4500 for questions about the accreditation of Frank Phillips College.