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About Dr. Joe May

Selected as the seventh chancellor of the Dallas County Community College District, Dr. Joe May assumed his duties at DCCCD in late February 2014. Throughout his career, May has expanded opportunities for students who want to pursue a bachelor’s degree by starting at a community college. At the same time, he brings a strong commitment to improving the Dallas economy by helping to grow middle-class jobs. He is known both nationally and internationally as a result of his relentless advocacy for the role of community colleges in solving today’s most challenging social issues.

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Early College High Schools

In June 2016, Dr. May how DCCCD and Dallas ISD are partnering to open eight new Early College High Schools

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Recruit Texas

Dr. May recently shared the strategy for how community colleges can partner with the state to bring jobs to our communities.

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Initial Results of The Student Experience Survey

In May 2016, Dr. May and team of consultants presented the initial findings of a six-month Student Experience Survey.

A PDF of the presentation is available for viewing as well as the WebEx recording of the webinar.

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Multi-Year Planning and Outlook for DCCCD

As part of the annual budget process, Dr. May and his staff presented the Multi-Year Planning and Outlook for FY2017 - FY2020.

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DCCCD, JPMorgan Chase Partner to Solve Skills Gap in DFW

As the Dallas economy grows, so does the number of opportunities for thousands of middle-skills jobs that would help fight the growth of poverty in the area. However, people looking for employment in the DFW area don’t have the skills they need to qualify for those jobs.

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Dr. Joe May: Obama’s community college proposal is a good idea

"Completing college isn’t an end; it’s a beginning," Dr. May wrote in a recent column published in The Dallas Morning News. "That’s why I believe the White House proposal to provide a free community college education to all Americans is a model for success."

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As a way of sharing insights from the community, Dr. May and his staff have begun a new video series, Community Perspectives.

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