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​Students in the program will spend the first two years of study at El Centro but will be co-enrolled in the Texas A&M Dwight Look College of Engineering.
​Four students of the colleges of DCCCD were recognized as 2015-2016 recipients of the Erin Tierney Kramp Endowed Scholarship Award during a special dinner on Tuesday, June 23.
​The career fair will be held Thursday, June 25, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Irving Convention Center, located at 500 W. Las Colinas Blvd.
​The NASA Community College Aerospace Scholars program is accepting applications from DCCCD students until 5 p.m. on June 24.
​Cedar Valley and El Centro colleges  recently received grants that will help provide training opportunities that support jobs and workforce development.
​Learn about managing and expanding your business through this free program. Classes begin Sept. 11.
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It's time! Regular registration (for all students) started Monday, June 22.
​From art to robotics, gymnastics to Spanish, there's a camp for just about any kid's interest being offered this year.
​Training programs being offered thanks to the partnership aim to prepare workers for higher-paying jobs.
​ Fourteen Dallas County Community College District students, each one exceling in music, visual arts or the written word, recently received awards established by a local family who is deeply passionate about the arts.
​Employees with interpersonal skills are the top need cited by small businesses in Texas, based on a poll released May 4.
​Graduation ceremonies for all seven colleges of DCCCD have been set; they will take place May 9-17.
Dr. Joe May
​Dr. Joe May testified before a Congressional Subcommittee on Thursday, April 30, about the importance of TRIO and Title V in supporting the success of first-generation and low-income college students.
Dr. Bill J. Priest
A special tribute will be held Wednesday, April 22, at Eastfield College in Mesquite from 2 to 4 p.m. in the performance hall to honor the late Dr. Bill J. Priest.
​Faculty and students from the art departments of all seven colleges of DCCCD were invited to participate.
Registration for all students is underway. Register now to get the classes you want!
​Each of the seven colleges of DCCCD will host a free immigration forum presented by Proyecto Immigrante ICS Inc. and the North Texas Dream Team during April and May.
Nina Tandon
​Nina Tandon will talk about her fascinating research and work with students and faculty fellows attending DCCCD’s fifth annual STEM Summit.
​Join us as we honor Paula Lambert of The Mozzarella Company on Sunday, April 12, at El Centro’s annual Bits and Bites fundraiser.
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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 miss the registration cutoff for regular-schedule classes, 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.