Interested in learning Geographic Information Systems (GIS)? The Austin Community College GIS Department offers 13 GIS courses, a GIS Associates degree and two GIS certificates. Whether you're interested in launching a new GIS career or simply retooling, the ACC GIS can support your professional goals.

Recent Announcements

  • New Take on Native American Tribes Map City of Georgetown GIS Analyst Ilyanna Kadich forwarded me this interesting Map of Native American Tribes You've Never Seen Before from NPR.
    Posted by Sally Holl
  • Real-Time Topographic Mapping Sandbox ACC GIS Student Kevin Garcia sent along this cool story posted on Geoawesomeness. UC Davis researchers have created an Augmented Reality Sandbox that maps topography and hydrography in real -time ...
    Posted Sep 3, 2015, 1:03 PM by Sean Moran
  • GIS Research Specialist with the Office of the Governor The Office of the Governor, Economic Development and Tourism Division is seeking candidates for a GIS Research Specialist (Research Specialist IV) to perform advanced research work, analyzing and interpreting economic ...
    Posted Aug 31, 2015, 7:18 AM by Sean Moran
  • GIS Analyst with GrantWorks GrantWorks is an Austin based grant management consulting firm serving rural City and Countygovernments throughout Texas. The GIS Analyst will support the Planning Department withpreparing land use, zoning ...
    Posted Aug 25, 2015, 2:24 PM by Sean Moran
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Map Gallery

  • Proposed Locations for LCRA Park By Holly Pryor for GISC 2401, Summer 2015
    Posted Aug 21, 2015, 10:40 AM by Sean Moran
  • Proposed Austin Aerospace Park By Kevin Garcia for GISC 2401, Spring 2015
    Posted Aug 21, 2015, 10:37 AM by Sean Moran
  • Lake Austin Sedimentation Analysis By Ashley Lewis for GISC 2401, Summer 2015
    Posted Aug 21, 2015, 10:36 AM by Sean Moran
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At ACC, we teach the analytical skills and knowledge required to complete an ACC GIS award, find employment in a GIS-related profession, and attend a four-year college or university.

ACC GIS Profiles: Leslie Purgason