Classes are currently being taught online. All physical facilities are closed to the public at this time, and employees are working remotely.Please visit
dcccd.edu/coronavirus for additional information and to
find contact information for various departments.If you need additional assistance, please visit
My Community Services and our
Community Employment Resources.
DCCCD has been notified that individuals who were at one of our campuses or locations within the last 30 days have tested positive for COVID-19. Read the latest updates at
(Updated: May 28, 2020)
To further protect our community, we will continue online learning for Maymester and Summer classes.
Fall classes will also primarily be online.
Registration for Summer and Fall is now open.
View the schedule and register today.
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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.
Please join us Saturday, June 13, for “Making History 2020,” a virtual ceremony with keynote speaker Mark Cuban.
“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.”
Dr. Caroline Ferris has adapted well to online classes as she gets ready for her “second act.”
To protect students, faculty and staff from COVID-19, the district has decided the most prudent path forward is to keep delivering most classes remotely.
Students can benefit from more than 400 scholarships, some of which do not require a particular GPA or financial need. But to receive aid, students must apply.
The district donated 5.8 tons of food to the community, sharing goods from the seven colleges’ food banks in response to COVID-19.
The Dallas Metropolitan Small Business Development Center has seen demand for its free services skyrocket in the past few weeks as entrepreneurs fight to keep their businesses afloat.
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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.