Dallas County Community College District

    Dallas County Community College District

      

    We believe you can succeed!

    Reach your goals with our credit and noncredit programs, convenient schedules and low-cost tuition.

    Start Your Path to Success

    As you navigate college, you now have a tool to guide you through community college: your guided pathway. Your guided pathway will help you find the courses you need to take to prepare you for success in college and your career. Find the right courses to get the career you want.

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    “The best part of the program was the teachers. They are knowledgeable in their field because they work in it, and they are caring people.”
    —Vanessa H. Nguyen, RRT Respiratory Therapist, Methodist Dallas Medical Center


    News

    Notice of 2019 Property Tax Rates and Public Hearings

    ​See information about property tax rates and related hearings to be held Aug. 20 and 27 for residents of Dallas County.

    Dallas County Community College District To Offer Cloud Computing Degree

    ​Four of the district’s seven colleges will offer an Associate of Applied Science degree in cloud computing.

    New Apprenticeship Aims To Offer Job Pathways to DCCCD Students With Disabilities

    ​The “Exploring Apprenticeship” pilot program, funded by a grant from the Texas Workforce Commission, is being offered at just two locations in the state.

    Dallas County Community College District Students Receive ‘GreenLight’ Toward Ownership, Lifelong Access to Academic Records

    ​Thanks to new technology, students will have easy access to their transcripts anytime, anyplace.

    DCCCD, Dallas Symphony Orchestra Partner To Spread Music to Youngsters in Southern Dallas

    ​The symphony will offer free music lessons to elementary-age children during a series of Saturday workshops at Cedar Valley College.

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    Stay Alert and Stay Safe

     
    • The CARE Team responds to individuals who are struggling to maintain essential needs (food, shelter, etc.) and/or who are demonstrating concerning behaviors.
    • Title IX coordinators respond to individuals who have been victims of gender-based discrimination, harassment or sexual misconduct.
    • The Police respond to immediate threats to life and property.
     
     
     

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    Strengthen Your Workforce

    Since 1965, the Dallas Community Colleges have served as a leader in workforce development. We partner with businesses of all kinds and sizes to train and retrain employees.

    Train Your Workforce