Program honors fourteen outstanding visual arts and music students. April 17, 2001
Seven students from DCCCD will be recognized for their service to the community when they receive the Max and Rosa Goldblatt Endowment Awards.
Members of the Dallas County Community College District board of trustees approved revisions to tuition rates during their June meeting by eliminating registration fees and increasing tuition.
DCCCD and the University of Phoenix recently signed an agreement cementing an academic partnership during a brief ceremony at the district’s downtown office.
Each of the seven college campuses in the Dallas County Community College District has received a Student Support Services grant from the U.S. Department of Education. June 15, 2001
DCCCD faculty and administrators were honored at the “Denim and Diamonds” awards ceremony. April 17, 2001
The new Center for Formation in the Community College will help educators, as well as students and staff, renew themselves and continue in their career paths.
The League for Innovation in the Community College will convene the annual meeting of its leadership team in Dallas in late February, and DCCCD will host the event.
Seven students from DCCCD will be recognized for their service to the community when they receive the Max and Rosa Goldblatt Endowment Awards. April 26, 2001
Members of the DCCCD board of trustees invite Dallas residents to share their thoughts and needs during several community forums. March 7, 2001
Thornton was recognized for his contributions as a volunteer in fund raising for DCCCD’s Rising Star Scholarships program, the Dallas Arboretum and the Nature Conservancy.
Local and national business executives will share their positive, profitable solutions to environmental challenges at this conference.
DCCCD must develop and carry out a redistricting plan, with the help of citizens who support and benefit from educational opportunities that the district provides.
View the student winners of the DCCCD Literary Contest 2000-2001 and read their works online.
Cedar Valley College students are part of a team caring for search and rescue dogs used to locate survivors of Tuesday’s terrorist attack on the World Trade Centers.
A number of activities are scheduled during the week of September 17 to honor the memories of those who died on September 11, 2001.
Members of the Dallas County Community College District Board of Trustees have selected Jeff Binford as DCCCD’s newest trustee, effective December 2001.
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