A Phased Approach

​​Our campuses are currently closed to the general public at this time. Most classes will be held online through the Spring 2021 semester.

Student services are available by appointment.

If you need access to our locations please schedule an appointment or contact the Back to Campus Coordinators or the Critical Response Office.

Updated: April 5, 2021


  • The Back to Campus committee, made up of representatives from across Dallas College, has developed the Return to Campus Plan guided by the safety and well-being of employees, students and visitors of Dallas College.
  • This approach will allow limited face-to-face instruction to occur so students may complete coursework required for their credentials.
  • As of Feb, 11, 2021, there are updated plans for a phased in-person return of all employees to our locations that allows us to meet CDC guidelines regarding social distancing and safe workplace protocols.
  • Before returning to campus, all employees are required to read and agree to safety protocols and procedures, as well as complete required training through Cornerstone.
  • All employees are required to complete a health pre-screening daily via the web or app to help confirm that you are well and not at risk of getting others sick.
  • Procedures will also be in place for anyone who falls ill during work hours, with emphasis on the well-being of the employee, co-workers and students.
  • Face coverings will be required for anyone at our locations as this is recommended by CDC as a best practice to help reduce the transmission of COVID-19. Please bring your own face coverings and ensure that they are cleaned regularly.
  • Faculty should review instructions specific to in-person teaching.

Beginning April 5, 2021

  • To support our planned increase of face-to-face instruction for the Summer 2021 and Fall 2021 semesters, Dallas College anticipates a full return to in-person operations.
  • During this time, student enrollment will begin for the Summer and Fall semesters.
  • Employees will be required to use the web-based application for self-health questionnaire.