Contact Information for College Student Services Page Content Our campuses are currently closed to the general public at this time. Most classes will be held online through the Spring 2021 semester. Currently enrolled students are able to make appointments to meet with advisors, tutoring services and other college departments. Students may also make appointments to use campus libraries and select computer labs. Walk-ins are not permitted.Students are required to follow all procedures for visiting campus. Make an Appointment Please use the information below to contact the listed services. Most emails will be answered within 24 hours or one business day. Call UsWhether you're starting the process of enrolling at Dallas College or you're taking your last semester of classes, we are here to help you out.Call us at 972-669-6400 for questions about enrollment, admissions and registration and more. Email UsIf phones aren't your preferred method of communication, you can email our Student Support Team for help at StudentHelp@dcccd.edu.You can also view department-specific email addresses below. Text UsReady to learn more about an education at Dallas College?Simply text COLLEGE to 214-978-6457, and we’ll help you explore your options!Standard text messaging rates apply.Dallas College Technical Support CenterPhone: 866-374-7169 FAQs and Online Chat Admissions/RegistrationPhone: 972-669-6400 Email: email@example.com AdvisingPhone: 972-669-6400 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Business/CashiersEmail: email@example.com Career Development ServicesPhone: 972-669-6400 Email: CareerDevelopment@dcccd.edu Counseling CentersPhone: 972-669-6400 Email: firstname.lastname@example.orgOther Counseling Related ResourcesMany 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 suggestionsSuicide Crisis Hotline: 214-828-1000Domestic Violence Hotline: 800-799-7233National Sexual Assault: 800-656-4673North Texas Behavioral Health Authority: 214-366-9407 My Community Services – a web based search engine to connect with counseling, food, medical and other social services Dallas County PromisePhone: 972-669-6400 Email: email@example.com Disability Support Services OfficePhone: 972-669-6400 Email: DSSO@dcccd.edu Educational Partnerships: Dual Credit, ECHS, & P-Tech Phone: 972-669-6400 Email: DualCreditECHSSupport@dcccd.edu Emergency Aid & Edquity ApplicationPhone: 972-669-6400 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Financial Aid Phone: 972-587-2599Email: FinancialAid@dcccd.edu Food Pantry & Community ResourcesPhone: 972-669-6400 Email: email@example.comIn addition to those offered by the colleges, these resources are available for finding services in your local area: My Community Services North Texas Food Bank International ServicesPhone: 972-669-6400 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Nurse ServicesPhone: 972-669-6400Email: email@example.com Student ConductPhone: 972-669-6400 Report A Student Code of Conduct Violation Student LifePhone: 972-669-6400 Email: StudentLife@dcccd.edu TSI Testing CentersPhone: 972-669-6400 Email: StudentLife@dcccd.edu Title IXPhone: 972-669-6400 Report Sexual Assault or Misconduct (Title IX) TranscriptsPhone: 972-669-6400 StudentTranscripts@dcccd.edu TutoringBrookhaven: bhcTutoring@dcccd.eduCedar Valley: firstname.lastname@example.orgEastfield: email@example.comEl Centro: firstname.lastname@example.org Mountain View: MVCilabs@dcccd.edu or email@example.comNorth Lake: firstname.lastname@example.orgRichland: TLC-RLC@dcccd.edu Veteran's ServicesPhone: 972-669-6400 email@example.com Concerns & ComplaintsPhone: 972-669-6400 firstname.lastname@example.orgOther 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 Dallas Homeless Shelter Directory (Dallas and surrounding cities)Resources for Former Foster Youth 18-24 Texas Network of Youth ServicesResources for LGBTQ Youth/Young Adults 18+ Dallas Hope Center Outlast YouthSNAP 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 NavigatorsDallas 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: email@example.com.