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WHY OUR COLLEGES?

At the Dallas County Community Colleges, we believe you can succeed. And we’ll do all we can to help make that happen. We have a variety of courses, convenient schedules, first-class instructors and low tuition to help you achieve your goals. Need more reasons to choose a DCCCD college ?

FAST FACTS

Our seven colleges – Brookhaven, Cedar Valley, Eastfield, El Centro, Mountain View, North Lake, Richland – are fully accredited institutions of higher education.

Our tuition rates are among the lowest in Texas.

Every year, our professors and programs earn recognition from state to
international levels, from Fulbright fellowships to
National Science Foundation grants. With their qualifications,
our faculty could teach anywhere they want, but they choose
to stay where they can make a difference in students’ lives.

Students from all seven colleges are recognized for their academic
excellence by Phi Theta Kappa, the international honor society for
two-year colleges. Our graduates receive fellowships, scholarships
and grants every year to continue their educations around the world.
We have more than 75,000 students each semester and more than
7,000 employees.

SAY YES TO YOUR DREAMS!

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  • Did you know that July is National Culinary Arts Month? To celebrate, we are featuring the Food and Hospitality Institute offered at El Centro College. While you're here, be sure to check it out!

  • 📆 Don't forget—last day to withdraw with a grade of “W” from 10 week summer session is Monday, July 23.

  • Whether you're looking to transfer to a university, or planning to enter the workforce directly after college. Dallas Community Colleges offers programs in just about anything that you can think of. We offer associate degrees, certificates and continuing education programs.

  • Have you heard about Dallas County Community College District WorkReadyU app? It is a great resource to connect you with the right jobs and internships.

  • Did you know that El Centro College offers a Dental Hygiene Associate of Applied Science Degree? That's right—you can take classes to become a dental hygienist, right here in downtown Dallas.

  • Do you want to be a teacher? If so, El Centro College and UNT Dallas are launching a new Emerging Teacher Academy this fall. The partnership aims to give students a path to a bachelor's degree and ready to fill bilingual and ESL teaching positions in the area.

  • Be in the know — download the DCCCD app!

  • Know before you go to new student orientation. Check out the Fall orientation dates and times.

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  • Hey summer II students! Today (July 13) is the 4th class day also known as the financial aid lock date!

  • Don't forget to download the new DART GoPass app before fall classes start. You will not be able to access your GoPass ticket without the new app. Need more info on how to download the new app? Check out all the details below.

  • Promise Scholars, don't forget just 1 more step to go: complete your DCCCD registration for fall 2018 by July 31!

  • There's still time to register for fall classes! Classes begin Monday, Aug. 27! Take a look at the class schedule below.

  • Are you new to the colleges of Dallas County Community College District? We get it, college can be overwhelming. Don't fret, we are here to help! Have questions?

  • 📆 Heads up: 4th class day (financial aid lock date) for summer II is Friday, July 13. We hope that your summer II session is off to a great start!

  • Preparing for college can be daunting and sometimes overwhelming but, when all is said and done, you are rewarded with a unique experience.

  • Welcome to Summer II ! 🔆 We hope you have a great summer session and good luck. Curious about other important dates for summer II?

  • Be on the lookout 👀 for new collegiate academies and career institutes that are coming soon! There are plans to operate collegiate academies at Skyline High School and North Lake College. Dallas ISD is also planning to launch career institutes to help prepare students for high-demand skilled professions after graduation. #dcccd

  • Get excited: summer II starts tomorrow (July 10)! Don't know your way around campus? Download the Dallas County Community College District app!

  • Dallas County Promise is doing amazing things to help future generations and boost career readiness.

  • Dental hygiene is in high demand in the Dallas-Fort Worth area. You can study dental hygiene in the heart of downtown Dallas at El Centro College, one of the seven Dallas Community Colleges.

  • 🔆 Hey summer I students! Good luck on your final exams! We hope to see you next week (July 10) for summer II ! Have a great and safe summer.🔆

  • 🕧 There's still time to register for summer II! Classes start next week on Tuesday, July 10. We look forward to seeing you then!

  • Need more info about TSI (Texas Success Initiative) testing?

  • Don't forget: all colleges of DCCCD will be closed Wednesday, July 4, and classes will not be held. We will reopen Thursday, July 5.​ Have a fun and safe holiday!