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**Please note: This is archived registration information. Visit our Registration page for the latest information about registering for classes.
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Cost of gas got you down? Never fear — AlterNetRides is here! The easy-to-use, online service links you with other people who would like to carpool to or from campus.
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Interested in studying science, technology, engineering or math? Apply now for a $1,000 student support award. You’ll benefit from mentoring and other services, too!
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Super couple Tony and Lauren Dungy will celebrate the release of their newest book during a free program on Saturday, Feb. 5, 2011.
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Help DCCCD test the way information is organized on the district website. You’ll win a prize, such as movie tickets, just for participating.
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Several campuses of the Dallas County Community College District will present Black History Month observances and celebrations.
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The Dallas County Community College District and the Dallas Independent School District will host the half-day Las Llaves del Exito/Keys to Success college fair on Saturday, March 5, 2011, at Cedar Valley College in Lancaster.
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Concerned about getting your financial aid money? Learn how the process works behind the scenes.
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In a battle of the brains, beating the buzzer and winning points was the focus of the 2011 African American Male Academic Bowl — the only event of its kind in Texas.
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DCCCD employees observed the district’s 45th anniversary by lending a hand to a wide variety of grateful agencies and organizations.
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Meet author Walter Mosley as he signs copies of his latest novel. A portion of proceeds from book sales will benefit the Dallas County Community College District Foundation’s George Dawson Scholarship Fund.
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Texas Gov. Rick Perry has directed the lowering of all flags under state control to half-staff on March 15 as a mark of respect for Cpl. Frank Buckles, the last surviving American veteran of World War I.
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A special event, “Bits and Bites,” will help raise funds for El Centro College’s Food and Hospitality Institute.
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Two students from the Dallas County Community College District went to Washington recently to visit with their own elected officials and to share with them the importance of the education and opportunities they receive through DCCCD.

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Finalists for the position — Dr. Alex Kajstura, Dr. Thom Chesney and Dr. Bill Coppola — will visit the college and participate in a campus open forum on separate dates in March and April.
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Former NASA astronaut Dr. Mary Ellen Weber is the keynote speaker for this special event, designed to inspire students who are exploring careers in science, technology, engineering and mathematics.