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1991-2005 Campaign

 
 
Television Commercials

We post videos related to DCCCD on our YouTube channel as soon as we have them. Listed below is a collection of “Retro” DCCCD commercials from 1991 to 2005. We hope you enjoy looking back as much as we do.


1990-1994 — “Go to School”
commercial screenshot Go to School (1990)

DCCCD’s first TV spot, featuring students from a variety of academic areas, was shot at El Centro College. The “Go to School” theme was composed and performed by Sherloc and group.

commercial screenshot Technology (1991)

Shot in the Performance Hall at Richland College, the spot features DCCCD students pursuing high tech careers.

commercial screenshot Bees (1993)

Shot at Mountain View College, the spot urges you to use your time wisely by getting a DCCCD degree because … time is flying by.

commercial screenshot We Made This Commercial (1994)

Shot at Brookhaven College, DCCCD students supplied with video cameras script and shoot the spot.

1998 — “Do Something With Your Life”
commercial screenshot Convenient/Flexible (1998)

One of a series of seven spots featuring DCCCD alumni highlighting convenient locations and flexible scheduling.

commercial screenshot Cost (1998)

One of a series of seven spots featuring DCCCD alumni highlighting DCCCD’s affordable tuition.

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Dale Ganas (1998)
en Español

Comercial en Español con ex-alumnos de DCCCD donde explican que con una educación no hay límites para lo que puedas lograr.

DCCCD alumni explaining that there are no limits to what you can do with your education.

commercial screenshot Education (1998)

One of a series of seven spots featuring DCCCD alumni highlights how education can change your life.

commercial screenshot Future (1998)

One of a series of seven spots featuring DCCCD alumni highlights how education prepares you for the future.

commercial screenshot Success (1998)

One of a series of seven spots featuring DCCCD alumni. There are no limits to what you can do; education will enhance your earning potential.

commercial screenshot Talking About Your Future (1998)

One of a series of seven spots featuring DCCCD alumni talking about how education is the key to your future.

2000 — Live & Learn

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Advice (2000)

Janessa Neal has big plans for her future. Her DCCCD will transfer to UNT where she will complete her bachelor’s degree.

commercial screenshot I Can Do Anything (2000)

Armando Monsivais’ DCCCD degree opened a world of possibilities.

commercial screenshot Puedo Lograrlo (2000)
en Español

Michael Del Toro da inicio a su carrera empresarial con clases transferibles a TCU.

I Can Do Anything — Michael Del Torro gets a start on his business career with courses that he’s transferring to TCU.

commercial screenshot Knock, Knock (2000)

Nicole Mulé gets ahead with a business degree from DCCCD.

commercial screenshot Mi Generación (2000)
en Español

Marci Gallegos es la primera en su familia en asistir al colegio. Está iniciando una nueva tradición.

Marci Gallegos is the first in her family to go to college. She’s starting a new tradition.

commercial screenshot Mamá/Profesora (2000)
en Español

Maria Caratini-Prado, una profesora de DCCCD y mamá, que habla sobre la importancia de obtener una buena educación.

Maria Caratini-Prado, a DCCCD professor and a mom, talks about the importance of getting a good education.

commercial screenshot Nunca Es Muy Tarde (2000)
en Español

José Solís dice que esta teniendo éxito en su carrera gracias a su título de DCCCD.

"It’s Never Too Late (to get an education)": Jose Solis is getting ahead in his career with his DCCCD degree.

commercial screenshot Open Their Eyes (2000)

DCCCD Professor Pamela Ice describes what it means to be a college professor.

commercial screenshot Richard Johns (2000)

Richard Johns is going places in his high tech career with the skills he learned at DCCCD.

commercial screenshot Spinning Wheels (2000) Terry Loftis launched his own advertising agency with the knowledge he gained at DCCCD.
2004 — “Who Are the People in Your Neighborhood?”
commercial screenshot Neighborhood 1 (2004)

Who Are the People in Your Neighborhood? They’re people just like you who got a great start on a career at DCCCD.

commercial screenshot Neighborhood 2 (2004) Who Are the People in Your Neighborhood? More DCCCD grads who started great careers at DCCCD.
commercial screenshot Neighborhood 3 (2004)

Who Are the People in Your Neighborhood? This spot features DCCCD faculty.

commercial screenshot Neighborhood 4 (2004)

Who Are the People in Your Neighborhood? This spot features DCCCD faculty.

commercial screenshot El Poder (2004)
en Español

Tom Lazo, Sr., CEO, LAZO Technologies. La educación te da el impulso para lograr el éxito.

The Power — This spot features Tom Lazo, Sr., CEO, LAZO Technologies. Education gives you the power to succeed.

commercial screenshot El Tiempo (2004)
en Español

Sylvia Moreno, RN, directora de Servicios HIV, Hospital Parkland. Éste es el momento de lograr un mejor futuro para ti, tu familia y tu comunidad.

The Time — This spot features Sylvia Moreno, RN, director of HIV Services, Parkland Hospital. The time is yours to make a better life for yourself, your family and the community.

commercial screenshot La Voluntad (2004)
en Español

Dr. Elba García, Concejal de la Ciudad de Dallas. Si tienes voluntad, la educación te da la oportunidad de defender tus creencias, de ser la voz de otros y de hacer la diferencia.

The Will — This spot features Dallas City Council member Dr. Elba Garcia. If you have the will, education will give you the opportunity to defend your beliefs, be the voice for others and make a difference.