Board of Trustees

​The Dallas College Board of Trustees consists of seven ​​members who are entrusted with governing the college.

The board defines the vision of the college, serves as a liaison between the college and the community, approves an​nual budgets and sets policies, among other responsibilities.

Board members are elected officials who serve six-year terms without compensation. 

See a chart that indicates when each Dallas College board member’s term expires.

Regular board meetings are held the first Tuesday of each month at 4 p.m. at the Dallas College Administrative Office, 1601 S. Lamar St., unless special circumstances cause a change.  

Accommodation requests related to a disability should be made one week prior to board meetings to the Board Relations Office, Michelle Vasquez at 214-378-1602 or MVasquez@dcccd.edu. Hearing assistive technology is also available upon request.

For information about the time and location of board meetings, contact Perla Molina, board relations executive, at 214-378-1771 or PMolina@dcccd.edu.​

 

Notice: On March 16, 2020, Gov. Abbott approved a request from the Texas Attorney General’s Office to temporarily suspend certain requirements of the Texas Open Meetings Act in view of the coronavirus disaster to permit governing bodies to meet via video conference or telephone without the necessity of a quorum being present at any physical location. In recognition of the authority granted in Gov. Abbott’s Order, as well as to comply with the terms of orders issued by Dallas County and the city of Dallas requiring people to stay home and stay safe during the period this pandemic emergency, the Dallas College Board of Trustees will be meeting virtually, via a web-based, online platform.

Members of the public who wish to address the board of trustees in the public comment portion of the meeting will still be permitted to do so. However, the limitations of the web-based platform in terms of muting of participants until such time as they are authorized to speak and the identification of participants in the meeting who desire to speak requires that members of the public who wish to comment at the meeting register and make their intention to speak known ​not less than two (2) hour​s in advance of the meeting to permit the college staff an opportunity to take the technological measures necessary to facilitate that o​pportunity to speak.

Submit a request to speak

 

Board Policy Addendum

​Policies approved by the board of trustees;​ not yet codified:


Accessibility:

Dallas College is committed to ensuring accessibility of its digital technology and is actively working to increase the accessibility of this webpage and electronic documents. Should you experience any difficulty in accessing information on this webpage, please contact Perla Molina at 214-378-1771 or PMolina@dcccd.edu.