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Want to take your education to the next level this fall? Register now for credit classes at the colleges of DCCCD!
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​The grant will support “living labs” at the college where students will learn real-world skills through hands-on learning opportunities.
Ibrahim Kamara
​Ibrahim Kamara will be able to pursue his dream of becoming a chemical engineer thanks to his tenacity and funding from the Erin Tierney Kramp Scholarship.
Charletta Rogers Compton
​Members of the DCCCD board of trustees elected a new chair, Charletta Rogers Compton. Compton has served as a DCCCD trustee for District 7 since 2000.
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​Learn how to achieve a cleaner quality of life at Cedar Valley College on June 13.
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​Fitch said that DCCCD has maintained a strong financial profile and applies strong management practices.
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​Hear permaculture expert Nate Downey at Clean Economy Series presentations June 27 and 28 at Richland College.
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​Academic honor society Phi Theta Kappa honored the Cedar Valley College chapter, a North Lake College student and the district’s past and former leaders at its annual conference.
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​The $20 million partnership will create jobs and stimulate growth for area small business.
Preston Pulliams
​Dr. Preston Pulliams has been appointed interim president of Mountain View College following the retirement of the college’s president, Felix Zamora.
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​Fill your child's or teenager's summer with learning and fun through the many summer camps offered by the colleges of DCCCD.
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​Fifteen students received awards recognizing their talent in art, music and creative writing thanks to Eleanor and George Jones and their family.
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​Elections will be held for two seats of the DCCCD Board of Trustees on Saturday, May 10, 2014.
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Students of the colleges of Dallas County Community College District will celebrate graduation with their family members and friends in May.
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​Skylar Tibbits, founder and director of the Self-Assembly Lab at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, gave the keynote presentation for the Dallas County Community College District’s STEM Summit on April 4.
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​A wind farm that started up on Earth Day will generate energy for the college and open doors to training possibilities.
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​The latest collection of diverse artwork created by students from the colleges of DCCCD adorns the Founders’ Foyer and other locations at the district’s headquarters.
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​Felix Zamora will retire effective April 30, 2014, after having served the district for 31 years.
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​Three colleges in the DCCCD system — Cedar Valley, Mountain View and North Lake — are in the running for the 2015 Aspen Prize for Community College Excellence.
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​El Centro College faculty member Rosemary DesPlas will serve as installation director for an art exhibit in Shenyang, China.
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​Skylar Tibbits will share the fascinating concept of 4-D printing with future scientists, researchers, teachers and engineers during the fourth-annual STEM Summit.
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​Cedar Valley College will host the Dallas County Community College District’s 28th annual Dia de la Familia and Taste of Nutrition Fair on Saturday, April 5, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at 3030 N. Dallas Ave. in Lancaster.
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​Register now for the free, one-day Sustainability Summit (to be held April 16) and the one-day workshop ($99, April 17).
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​DCCCD’s annual employee awards event honored faculty, administrators and professional support staff who make a difference in the lives of students.
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Six of the seven colleges in the Dallas County Community College District will hold an adjunct faculty job fair on Saturday, March 29, to find qualified people who are interested in teaching part time.
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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.