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The expected loss of state revenues for the Dallas County Community College District is $7.4 million. This cut also comes at a time when our budget is stretched significantly by the demand for classes and services because of our increasing enrollment.
DCCCD Chancellor William Wenrich submitted a letter to the Board of Trustees announcing his plan to retire from the district, effective Aug. 31, 2003.
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African American Read-In 2003 Selected Biographical Sketches- DCCCD
The Chancellor's Cabinet met in telephone conference call this afternoon to discuss DCCCD's response to the budget reduction from the state.
The Dallas County Community College District will recommend a proposed tuition increase for the summer 2003 semester to its Board of Trustees during their Feb. 4 meeting.
Students interested in courses offered by the Dallas County Community College District for its popular "Maymester" and summer I and II sessions will be able to enroll in classes this year, in spite of a state-mandated budget cut that has prompted DCCCD officials to explore ways to reduce costs and save money.
Clyde Porter, assistant vice chancellor of facilities management and planning for the Dallas County Community College District, recently received a Citation of Honor from the Dallas chapter of the American Institute of Architects during its annual "Celebrate Architecture" event.
Diana Flores, a member of the DCCCD board of trustees, recently received the 2003 Meritorious Service Award from the Texas Association of Chicanos in Higher Education.
You can go home again. That's what Dr. Jennifer Wimbish discovered when she started her first day as president of Cedar Valley College on Feb. 17.
The second recipient of the Eleanor Jones Award in Creative Writing was recognized among students from throughout the Dallas County Community College District during an awards program held at El Centro College on Fri., March 28.
Seven students from throughout the Dallas County Community College District were recognized for their artistic talents during an awards program held at El Centro College on Fri., March 28.
The District recognizes former students who have made significant contributions in the community and in their professions.

Innovative thinkers Amory Lovins, co-author of Natural Capitalism and Small is Profitable, and Dr. Joseph Romm, author of Cool Companies, will be the keynote speakers at the May 9-10 Sustainable Dallas Conference.

DCCCD students now can transfer their associate's degree credit hours to Argosy University-Dallas if they want to pursue a bachelor's degree in psychology.
Clyde Porter, assistant vice chancellor of facilities planning and management for DCCCD, was recently honored by the Texas Legislature in April for his work as a public architect.
Dr. Alice Villadsen, president of Brookhaven College, has been elected to serve as a member of the board of directors for the American Association of Community Colleges.
Members of the Dallas County Community College District's Board of Trustees nominated Dr. Jesus Carreon as DCCCD's fifth chancellor during their regular monthly meeting on Tues., May 6.
Dr. William Wenrich and Dr. Fela Alfaro will receive the President's Circle of Excellence Award during LULAC's 74th national convention in Orlando, Fla.
The Dallas County Community College District and the Erin Tierney Kramp Encouragement Foundation will honor the 2003 Erin Tierney Kramp Encouragement Scholarship Award recipients.
The Dallas County Community College District board of trustees, students and staff welcome Dr. Jesus "Jess" Carreon as DCCCD's fifth chancellor.
Members of the DCCCD board of trustees gave their final approval to hire Dr. Jesus Carreon as DCCCD's fifth chancellor during the group's regular monthly meeting on Tues., June 3.
Members of the Dallas County Community College District's board of trustees gave their final approval to hire Dr. Jesus "Jess" Carreon as DCCCD's fifth chancellor.
The Board of Trustees has begun the search process for the next Chancellor of the Dallas County Community College District (DCCCD).
Members of the Dallas County Community College District's board of trustees gave their final approval to hire Dr. Jesus Carreon as DCCCD's fifth chancellor during the group's regular monthly meeting on Tues., June 3.
Two respected financial entities, Fitch Ratings and Moody's Investors Service, both have assigned AAA ratings to the Dallas County Community College District.
Dr. Allatia Harris, an administrator with DCCCD, has been appointed to serve on the Associate of Arts in Teaching Committee for the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board.
Nine high school and college students from throughout the Dallas metroplex have been named LeCroy Scholars by the Dallas County Community College District.
A five-day period in August will give thousands of Dallas County residents a chance to take a star trek and visit the Red Planet.
For viewers in the United States, Mars will be at its closest point to Earth during the early morning hours of Aug. 27. Come view it with us.
The Dallas County Community College District - including its seven colleges and other locations - is committed to serving the education needs of our students, in spite of recent state-mandated budget cuts.
The Dallas County Community College District is seeking nominations for the 2004 DCCCD Distinguished Alumni Awards program, which recognizes former students who have made significant contributions to the community or their professions.
When does a withdrawal become a deposit?...When students in the Dallas County Community College District use their campus ATMs to support their programs.
This Saturday, one Dallas-area boss will be bowling for bucks to help his employees earn their degrees and to meet the people who work for him.
The concurrent admissions agreement, which was signed on Fri., Oct. 3, enables DCCCD students to participate in the TWU BOUND program.
Dallas TeleCollege - part of the Dallas County Community College District - joined an elite group recently when PBS announced that a select group of schools in the United States each has been designated a "PBS Campus."
By making the procurement process easier for local businesses, the Dallas Alliance for Business Development (DABD) will be able to attract more vendors and create innovative programs that help minority and women-owned businesses.
Forget your old lap top. (You know...your lap top...the one with two knees where you balanced a catalog, class schedule and notepad while you tried to look up course descriptions and juggle class rosters for your next semester in college!)