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This page contains links to important information that your federal, state and local governments have required by law to be made easily accessible to you. Follow the links below to get additional information about each subject. You also can contact our Legal Department.


Carl D. Perkins Technical and Career Training (PDF – 250KB)
At DCCCD, you can re-invent yourself and your career in just two years...or less! Our colleges have the one- and two- year career and technical degree and certificate programs that can help you find a new careers and some economic stability, too.

Student Right-to-Know (PDF - 19KB)
The federal Student Right-to-Know law requires completion/graduation and transfer-out rates of full-time, first-time-in-college, degree/certificate-seeking students be made available to prospective and current students.

Annual Internal Audit Plan for 2014-2015
Annual internal audit plan for 2014-2015, in compliance with section 2102.015 of the Texas Government Code.
Assistive Technology – Compliance Procedures
Learn about compliance procedures of DCCCD regarding assistive technology.
Crime Statistics
View reports on police activity at each DCCCD main campus.
EEOC Statement
Read the EEOC statement of the colleges of DCCCD.
Financial Transparency
DCCCD is working to assume its place in the Texas Comptroller’s Texas Transparency Leadership Circle. Visit this page for easy access to DCCCD financial information.
Gainful Employment
Read occupational profiles that DCCCD programs prepare you to enter, along with program costs and program completion and placement rates.
Online Resume
DCCCD's Online Resume for Prospective Students includes cost of attendance, student demographics, financial aid awarded and student success.
Student Complaints
Learn how students can file complaints at the colleges of DCCCD.
Student and Employee Rights and Responsibilities
Learn about the Drug Free Schools and Communities Act, bacterial meningitis and the state law requiring vaccinations for new students, DCCCD’s Student Code of Conduct Notice on Hazing and student rights under FERPA.
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