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Lauretta Hill joins DCCCD after having shattered a number of glass ceilings in law enforcement.
Students train in a realistic studio environment where they learn how to use professional-grade equipment as well as how to be resourceful.
Andrew Ydoyaga launched a nonprofit that donates unused gift card balances to charities.
The colleges will gather comments about the law and its upcoming implementation on two-year college campuses from students, employees and community members.
Starting in January, eligible credit and continuing education students can obtain a free DART Student GoPass — saving them money and helping our environment.
A pilot program for the Accelerated Supervisor Certificate produced 27 expected December graduates.
DART employee Annette LeVine hopes the online program will improve her odds of meeting her career goals.
The college inducted more than 30 students into Alpha Beta Gamma International Business Honor Society, the largest group to date for North Lake’s chapter.
Meet a class of older adults — with an average age of 84 — who stay fit and healthy thanks to a twice-weekly exercise class at Richland College.
Consider the impact of a pet on the whole family and avoid giving one as a “gift,” advises Brookhaven College child development professor Johnny Castro.
Future journalists enrolled at Brookhaven, Eastfield, North Lake and Richland colleges took home awards from recent conventions.
A few tips from Jason Alvarado, Richland College digital forensics lead faculty, and the Federal Trade Commission can help keep you safe.
With about 30 game companies in the Dallas-Fort Worth area, Richland College game design students have plenty of employment opportunities.
A new training agreement among North Lake College, Nokia and Premcell Global will prepare workers for jobs involving cellular global networks.
Professors incorporate lessons on communication, critical thinking and other soft skills alongside industry-specific training.
Many student veterans we spoke to on campuses of Dallas County Community College District want to give back to the community and help other veterans.
Four program alums were honored during a Celebration of Success ceremony as the Dallas-Fort Worth area 10KSB prepares to launch its eighth class.
El Centro, Mountain View and Eastfield colleges offer welding classes for students interested in this “hot” career.
The Texas Society of CPAs honored Dr. Suryakant Desai as the state’s top community college educator.
The faculty of El Centro College’s new dental hygiene program have Halloween-friendly tips to share.
Students in grades 6 through 12 and their parents are invited to attend the Keys to Success/Las Llaves del Éxito college fair on Saturday, Oct. 29.
Employers need trained technicians who understand today’s complex automotive systems.
The college won the AASHE Campus Sustainability Achievement Award as well as the AACC Green Genome Award.
The college district and school district unveiled the industry partners for the eight new collegiate academies at a special event.
Steve DeShazo, director of the Food and Hospitality Institute at ECC, received the honor from the Dallas chapter of the Texas Chef Association.
The project aims to raise awareness of children who become victims of human sex trafficking.
Keaton (Shae) Johnston and Ojaswee Giri received full-tuition scholarships to attend SMU for up to five terms.
Cedar Valley College music instructor Mike Bogle has been named a quarterfinalist for next year’s Grammy Music Educator Award.
By studying fashion marketing at El Centro College or business marketing at Cedar Valley College, students open doors to a variety of positions with good wages.
The district has compiled and placed information for former ITT Tech students at
dcccd.edu/ITT. The page contains a list of people from DCCCD’s seven colleges who can help them with their questions and possible transition to the district.
DCCCD's Faz is among 55 new members of Leadership Dallas who begin a 10-month education program that develops their leadership capabilities as they build relationships with classmates and community leaders.
When Mountain View College students Emmanuel Ayorinde and JaMein Mason won an “Award of Recognition” for their work during a summer internship at Los Alamos National Laboratory, they had a good reason to be surprised and elated.
The DCCCD tax rate will effectively be raised by 7.37 percent and will raise taxes on a $100,000 home by approximately $0.00.
Read some quick facts about DCCCD's 2016-2017 budget.
Doris Rousey, director of strategic initiatives for DCCCD, will be honored with the award from the North Texas Community College Consortium.
DCCCD students can transfer to Texas Tech and either fast-track to a teaching career or pursue a bachelor’s degree in nursing, thanks to recent transfer agreements signed by both institutions.