Keep learning this summer with classes at Dallas College
Are you a student at a four-year college or university? If you’ll be home for the summer in the Dallas area, you can save money and get the same high-quality education by taking a class or two at a Dallas College campus, then transferring the credit back to your home college.
Tip: If you’re just taking a class or two in the summer, you might not think of yourself as a “transfer student.” But keep in mind the process you’ll follow to register will be the same one used by a student transferring here on a more permanent basis.
How to Enroll page for transfer students. It explains the reasons behind the requirements and gives detailed information on the steps you’ll need to take.
And here’s a
tips just for summer transfer students:
Request official transcripts from all other colleges and universities.
Tip: Yes, we will need new, updated transcripts, even if you submitted transcripts to us in the past.
- Send us the scores from any
assessment tests you have taken (SAT, ACT, etc.) if they are not included on your college transcripts.
Apply for admission.
Tip: Even if you have taken classes at a Dallas College campus before, you will need to complete the entire application for admission again. Anyone who has not been a student here for a year or more has to reapply because of
- Find the
courses you want to take.
Tip: Your parents can register for you
by proxy. Please contact the
Admissions/Registrar’s Office at the campus you want to attend for information on proxy registration.