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El Centro College, as a community, will join together on Wednesday, July 27, 2016, for its “#ElCentroStrong: Reflect and Renew Ceremony” from 1 to 2:30 p.m.
Entrepreneurs Quincy Roberts and Tom Browning have grown their companies’ revenue and learned skills they hope will help them reach new, higher goals.
Alumni from across the country and some of the nation’s leading entrepreneurs gathered to celebrate and attend a panel discussion.
Faculty and staff will return to the campus on Wednesday, July 20, and students will return on Thursday, July 21.
Read the latest updates on schedules, locations, processes and temporary procedures for El Centro College.
The main campus of El Centro College was directly affected when the perpetrator entered the college on July 7.
Read updates on the shooting near El Centro College, including building closures and Summer II classes.
Cedar Valley and Mountain View colleges will participate in a pilot program designed to help prisoners succeed in the job market.
Dr. Joseph Seabrooks, currently president of Metropolitan Community College-Penn Valley in Missouri, will begin his tenure as CVC’s new CEO on Sept. 1.
Dorothy Zimmermann and Monica Lira Bravo won their runoffs on June 18 to fill District 3 and 4 seats.
Dallas ISD grads can attend these events, featuring college admissions information and assistance, at three different DCCCD locations on June 29 and 30.
Susana Carrillo, Stephanie Johnson and Carolyn Iduh will be recognized for their bravery and perseverance at a special scholarship awards dinner on June 22.
Scotland’s secretary of state explored partnership opportunities with DCCCD Chancellor Dr. Joe May during a recent visit to Texas.
Phil Ritter, who was elected in May to fill the District 2 seat on the DCCCD board of trustees, was sworn in on Tuesday, June 7.
Professor Geoff Grimes will host the school’s fourth annual Summer Family Magic Shows June 14-16.
Seven students received Amidon/Beauchamp Memorial Awards for their outstanding leadership skills, service and academic achievement.
The college and the city have partnered to bring free basic education services to residents who need them, giving these individuals an opportunity to improve their lives.
The growing demand for security specialists in the high-tech arena means there are plenty of high-paying jobs for those with the right training.
Speakers, social workers and vendors will discuss how to assist teenagers who are exiting foster care and entering adulthood at a special event on May 19 at Eastfield College.
DCCCD had plenty to celebrate at the Phi Theta Kappa honor society international convention in Washington, D.C., in late April.
With demand high for skilled electricians, students who complete a certificate or associate degree can expect plenty of work opportunities.
Kids, teens and their parents can choose from options ranging from swimming lessons and art classes to video game camps and academic classes.
Members of the public are invited to the event, which will be held Monday, May 9, at 1:30 p.m. in the Cedar Valley College gymnasium.
Fourteen students received awards of $500 each honoring their creative talents.
The seven colleges of DCCCD will celebrate the accomplishments of students who have taken diverse paths to success.
Dr. Lassiter received the 2016 national Leadership Award from the American Association of Community Colleges during the organization’s annual conference in Chicago.
Entrepreneurs who want to learn how to expand their businesses are invited to attend the inaugural National Small Business Week Conference May 2-4.
DCCCD students, administrators and advisors received dozens of honors at the recent 2016 Texas Regional Convention of Phi Theta Kappa.
The 17 DCCCD students selected and others from across the state were honored as the top community college scholars in Texas.
Students who enroll in the new collegiate academies that will open this fall can earn up to 60 college credit hours through DCCCD’s dual credit program.