For immediate release - January 2007(DALLAS) – Students enrolled in the Dallas County Community College District face many decisions when they graduate and decide to transfer to a four-year college or university. Several new partnerships between DCCCD and other higher education institutions in this area and beyond now provide additional options that they can consider — including both Web-based learning and on-campus classes.
Those new agreements include partnerships with these colleges and universities:
For more information, contact Gregg Williams, district director of transfer services/articulation and university relations, at (214) 860-2185.
Photo caption: Simon Lumley, president of AID, (left) and Dr. Micheal Jackson, interim president of El Centro College, sign the new articulation (transfer) agreement between the two institutions.Press contact:
Ann Hatch, 214-860-2478