DCCCD has joined TXServes – North Texas in providing opportunities, resources and activities to the district’s military-connected students, their families and the community.
To kick off a new name and an additional location, the culinary program is starting the year with a series of celebrity chef “experiences” in January.
The distinction, presented by the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board, recognizes institutions of higher learning for their exceptional contributions toward supporting student access and success.
D Magazine’s D CEO recently revealed the 500 leaders featured in the 2020 edition of the Dallas 500, which includes El Centro College President José Adames and Chancellor Joe May.
Don’t let thieves or seasonal stress rob you of joy. Read some expert tips to help you keep the holidays happy.