Contact Information for College Student Services

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

Current students needing to meet with an advisor can schedule an appointment through the Navigate mobile app or Navigate website.

Students registered for Fall 2020 classes are​ also able to make appointments to utilize libraries, limited face-to-face tutoring services and select computer labs at all campuses.

Students are required to follow all procedures for visiting campus.

Please use the information below to contact the listed services. Most emails will be answered within 24 hours or one business day.

Student Support Team

Our Student Support Team is available to answer your questions at studenthelp@dcccd.edu.

Dallas College Financial Aid Call Center

Dallas College Technical Support Center

Admissions/Registration

Advising

Business/Cashiers

Career Services

Commencement Questions

Counseling Centers

Other Counseling Related Resources

Many community mental health resources are available to help you or other people you care about — for free or at a low cost. Here are a few suggestions

  1. Suicide Crisis Hotline: 214-828-1000
  2. Domestic Violence Hotline: 800-799-7233
  3. National Sexual Assault: 800-656-4673
  4. North Texas Behavioral Health Authority: 214-366-9407
  5. My Community Services – a web based search engine to connect with counseling, food, medical and other social services

Dallas County Promise

Disability Support Services Office

Dual Credit

Food Pantry

In addition to those offered by the colleges, these resources are available for finding services in your local area:

Health Services

Dallas College Health Services Nurse Line

Dallas College Health Services are offering a Nurse Help Line accessible to all students and employees seeking health advice and information.

  • 972-860-8970
  • Monday–Thursday, 8 a.m. to 8:30 p.m. and Friday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. ​

International Services

Student Conduct

Testing Centers

Title IX Issues

Tutoring

Veteran's Services

Other Services students may need:

In addition to the college's regular student services, we remind you that there are many community services available for additional needs.

Emergency Shelters

Resources for Former Foster Youth 18-24

Resources for LGBTQ Youth/Young Adults 18+

SNAP

  • SNAP food benefits, Medicaid, CHIP, and TANF cash help for your family.

MyCommunity Services

Use My Community Services to find college and community resources available to our students and their families. This online directory lets you search for free and reduced-cost services like medical care, food, job training and more. Many resources are available to help you when you encounter life barriers that may seem to stand in the way of your success.

Dallas College Navigators

Dallas College has Navigator staff available to help. The Dallas College Navigators provide students with one-on-one assistance and can offer guidance and referrals to college and community resources. You can contact them by email: navigator@dcccd.edu.

​Internet Needs

  • AT&T – Open hotspots and $10/month plans to low-income families.
  • Comcast – Free Wi-Fi for 60 days for low-income families, and all Xfinity hotspots are free to the public during this time.
  • Dallas Public Library – Dallas residents can take advantage of their new hotspot lending program.​