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.

    Find Your Guided Pathway


    “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


    Cedar Valley, Richland Colleges Named 2019-2020 Fulbright Top-Producing Institutions

    ​Both Cedar Valley and Richland each produced one Fulbright scholar, more than any other community college or four-year institution in North Texas.

    Sherri Enright

    DCCCD Hires New Chief Human Resources Officer

    ​Sherri Enright will be responsible for transforming the district’s human resources operation into a strategic, talent-focused and service-oriented function.

    The Colleges of DCCCD Celebrate Black History Month

    ​Choirs, film screenings, even a showcase titled “The Black Experience” make up some of the events offered by the seven colleges.

    Monica Lira Bravo

    DCCCD Board Trustee Named to DBJ’s ‘40 Under 40’

    ​The Dallas Business Journal recognized DCCCD Trustee Monica Lira Bravo as one of 40 “rising stars and people you should know in the North Texas business community.”

    Dallas County Community Colleges Come Together as One Institution

    ​The organizational change is being driven by student need and missed opportunities for degree-seeking students under the previous system.

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    • 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