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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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  • We鈥檙e taking you back to the expansion of El Centro College in 1977! Things look a lot different now! 馃榿 #FlashbackFriday

  • Shipping and transporting goods from manufacturers to retailers to consumers is a big job. Not only is it a big job but there are plenty of job opportunities right here in Dallas. You can help with products on the move by studying Logistics at Dallas Community Colleges.

  • Have you considered registering for a Flex Term, Fast Track or Online classes? You still have time to enroll.

  • Have you applied for Summer 2019 Foundation Scholarships? If not, you still have time! Deadline to apply is Monday, April 1.

  • Chancellor May announces new mobile food pantry with North Texas Food Bank and HEB-Central Market. The new food truck will make regular trips to Dallas County Community College District, serving students as well as members of the community.

  • Make sure you've got your student ID ready 鈥 starting Monday, April 1, you will be required to wear your student ID at all times on your campus. 馃摳

  • DCCCD and North Texas Food Bank 鈥 with partner H-E-B/Central Market 鈥 will unveil a new food truck that will make regular trips to DCCCD colleges, serving students as well as members of the community who are food insecure. The new food truck will take over for NTFB鈥檚 mobile food pantry. Dr. Joe May, DCCCD鈥檚 chancellor, will discuss the district鈥檚 efforts to battle food insecurity and remove that barrier for students. Come out to Brookhaven College (outside Buildings M and P) on Tuesday, March 19 from 9:30-11 a.m.

  • Welcome back! We hope you had a great Spring Break! 馃榿 馃尫

  • A logistics degree provides you with the basic knowledge and skill set to gather and transport manufactured goods from a business to a consumer.

  • 馃憠 Monday, March 11, through Friday, March 15 鈥 All colleges and locations will be closed for Spring Break. 馃帀 Enjoy your break and we will see you on Monday, March 18.

  • Looking for a job? Come on out to one of the Dallas County Community College District career fairs. Career fairs are open to current students, former students and the general public.

  • DCCCD Police officers completed the sweep of our buildings in an abundance of caution to ensure that the third suspect is not in the building. The sweep has been completed and all floors have been cleared. The lockdown is lifted.

  • DCCCD Police officers assisted DART officers this morning, who were pursuing 3 subjects allegedly involved in a robbery. We don鈥檛 believe that any of the subjects entered El Centro College, and two of the suspects were apprehended by DART officers outside the college.

  • ALL CLEAR at El Centro College. The emergency is over at El Centro College. Dallas County Community College District Emergency Alert System

  • Intruder lockdown at El Centro College has been lifted.

  • El Centro College is currently under lockdown. Please do not enter campus at this time.

  • El Centro College Intruder Lock-down Proceed with others to the nearest room and barricade and/or lock yourselves in the room. Wait in place for further instructions from police. If you are not on campus, STAY AWAY for your own safety. We''ll update you as soon as we can. Dallas County Community College District Emergency Alert System

  • Check out Fall 2019 Dallas County Community College District Foundation Scholarships. Don鈥檛 spend your valuable time filling out paper form after paper form 鈥 instead fill out one secure online scholarship form. 馃挼 馃帗

  • Shipping and transporting goods from manufacturers to retailers to consumers is a big job and you can help with products on the move by studying Logistics at Dallas Community Colleges.

  • Hey, hey! What do you know about DCCCD Guided Pathways? Let us know. Take this short survey and you could win a free t-shirt 馃憰 and a pair of DCCCD sunglasses. 馃暥锔

  • 馃摚 My Community Services is a resource open to all students to help you find things like housing, food needs and financial resources.

  • Tax season is here 鈥 which means you may need your 1098-T form. Check out how to get one. 馃憞 Deadline to get one is Sunday, March 10! 鈱

  • 馃毃 Students and employees who are hearing-impaired can text their college or location police in case of an emergency or to report a crime.

  • Hey, you! Yes, you! It鈥檚 that time again. We need you and your writing skills! We鈥檙e hoping you can help us out by becoming a Dallas Community Colleges student blogger. 馃槏

  • 鈿狅笍 Heads up 鈥 Professional Development Days -Thursday, Feb.28 and Friday, March 1 day classes will not meet.