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For immediate release — May 4, 2015
(DALLAS) — It’s time for students to walk the walk.
Commencement ceremonies for all seven colleges in the Dallas County Community College District system are set, and several thousand students who have “talked the talk” now will take that walk with an associate degree or professional certificate in hand.
They all will become part of DCCCD’s history — and the district is proudly celebrating its 50th anniversary this year.
Graduates will mark a milestone in their lives as they finish their academic careers at DCCCD and move on to a university or to a career and job that signifies their achievements, too.
With the swish of silk robes and the toss of tasseled mortarboards, graduates will celebrate commencement with their family members and friends. They attend one of the early college high schools at Brookhaven, Cedar Valley, Eastfield, El Centro or Mountain View; or Richland Collegiate High School – along with college students who will graduate with an associate degree or certificate from one of the individually accredited colleges that comprise the DCCCD system.
A full list of graduation ceremonies and speakers is provided below.
Saturday, May 9:
Wednesday, May 13:
Thursday, May 14:
Sunday, May 17:
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