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Registration for Winter and Spring credit classes is underway now for all students.
Dr. Joe May
​The new partnership aims to help low-income community college students find resources they may need to finish school.
​Dr. Fernando Figueroa was approved as vice chancellor of educational policy, and Mark Hays will serve as vice chancellor of workforce and economic development. Also, Dr. Pyeper Wilkins will serve as associate vice chancellor for advancement/executive director, DCCCD Foundation.
​Hundreds of higher education leaders convened in Washington, D.C., today for the White House College Opportunity Day of Action.
​A new program will give veterans an opportunity to train for high-demand careers without using their VA benefits.
​Two Eastfield College police officers were attacked by a trespasser on the evening of Nov. 3, 2014. The suspect has been apprehended.
​The Bill J. Priest Institute for Economic Development will host an open house Nov. 6 to mark the occasion.
The Keys to Success/Las Llaves del Éxito college fair for families will be held on Saturday, Oct. 25, at the University of North Texas at Dallas.
​Activities scheduled for Saturday and Sunday, Oct. 18 and 19, at Brookhaven College will show how STEM areas apply to everyday life and can be fun, too.
Vice President Joe Biden
​The grant will help equip Richland College to train Texans who require new job skills for immediate employment.
​Eight students have been named 2014-2015 LeCroy Scholarship recipients by the DCCCD Foundation for their outstanding leadership and academic achievements.
​Dallas County Community College District adopted a tax rate that will raise more taxes for maintenance and operations than last year’s tax rate.
​Members of the Dallas County Community College District’s board of trustees recently passed the 2014-2015 budget, which included maintaining the current tax rate; increasing tuition, effective spring 2015; and increasing salaries for full-time employees, among other items.
During Commit to Complete Week, Sept. 22-26, students of the colleges of DCCCD will pledge to complete their credentials and participate in other activities.
​The Dallas County Community College District will celebrate Constitution Day in September with programs, giveaways and entertainment on its college campuses. Lectures and panel discussions about the U.S. Constitution are some of the activities planned.
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See last year’s tax rates, this year’s effective rates and this year’s rollback tax rates for residents of Dallas County.
​The DCCCD Board of Trustees will hold a public hearing for the purposes of adopting a budget on Sept. 2, 2014.
​A new, 40-bed organic garden at Mountain View College — its Slow Food Community Garden — will allow area residents, the college’s students and its employees to plant their own food and cultivate learning at the same time.
​Participants in the new program will hone their culinary skills through three years of on-the-job training in addition to classroom study.
​The nine recipients of this honor were selected on the basis of their leadership potential, determination to succeed, focus on educational goals and work ethic, along with proven leadership skills and academic achievement.
​The DCCCD Board of Trustees voted to approve the appointment of Dr. Jose Adames as president of El Centro College and Christa Slejko as president of North Lake College.
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Get all the latest news about registering for classes.
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You may not be able to register online for a number of reasons. Learn about the most common ones.
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Students can no longer register late for regular semester classes. (The final registration date depends on the term.) So be sure to register early!
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Remember, if you can’t register for the regular-schedule classes you want before they meet once, you can still sign up for Flex Term classes.
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Read the latest updates about DCCCD financial aid.
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​If you are a first-time borrower on or after July 1, 2013, there is a limit on the maximum period of time that you can receive Federal Direct Subsidized Loans.
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Did you know you can always check eConnect to make sure you don't miss critical financial aid messages?
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Learn how financial aid disbursement works and how you can get your money earlier next semester.