Classes are currently being taught online. All physical facilities are closed to the public at this time, and employees are working remotely.Please visit
dcccd.edu/coronavirus for additional information and to
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Community Employment Resources.
Dependable transportation is
essential to your success. If you have a car in good shape, this may not
be a concern. But for many students, maintenance and repair costs can
We want you to be prepared to avoid stopping out
and delaying your educational goals. Transportation costs are part of
your overall college budget and should be considered in your total cost
If you need some options to help stretch your budget and get you to and from class each day, you might want to:
If you’re looking for an alternative to driving, why not give
public transportation a try? Taking the bus or train offers a number of benefits. And eligible students can
ride DART around town for free!
Family and friends might be more than happy to help out, especially if they need to drive somewhere near campus anyway. Be aware, however, that your schedule and theirs might be a little different. They might also want you to chip in a bit for gas.
If public transportation isn’t a viable option for you,
carpooling to work or class may be a solution. Sharing the cost of commuting (and zipping down HOV lanes) means everybody wins.
If you're considering taking classes at DCCCD, why not look at
online classes? The colleges of DCCCD offer more than 200 distance learning courses. Online classes aren’t the right fit for everyone, but if they work for you, they can cut your commuting costs.
*Emergency funds for car repairs may be available to students who qualify. To explore these options, please contact the Financial Aid Office.