Special Centers

​​​In striving to meet the needs of their student bodies and local communities, the campuses of Dallas College often create special centers or develop unique partnerships that provide services to specific groups. Learn more about some of these vital initiatives.

AANAPISI Program

(Available only at Richland)

Richland’s AANAPISI Program aims to support the growing number of Asian American and Native American Pacific Islander students on campus who may face financial and cultural challenges while pursuing their education. The program provides resources and opportunities that include tutoring, scholarships and mentoring.

Adult Resource Center

(Available only at El Centro)

El Centro's Adult Resource Center supports students who are economically disadvantaged or who are single parents or single pregnant women.

Bilingual Education Center

(Available only at Mountain View)

Mountain View's Bilingual Education Center provides resources to aspiring bilingual teachers, including coaching and career planning.

Diversity and Inclusion

(Available only at Eastfield and Richland)

The Studies in Cultural Diversity group at Richland the Center for Equity, Inclusion and Diversity at Eastfield both work to build a better student experience by reducing barriers to access and success and by offering programming that creates a sense of belonging and promotes a welcoming campus environment.

Dreaming for Success Center

(Available only at Mountain View)

The Dreaming for Success Center at Mountain View works with international students and DACA students, providing information about admissions and various on-campus resources, as well as referrals to local legal and health services. The center also creates programming that raises awareness about the issues affecting these students.

STEM Academic and Student Success Center

(Available only at Eastfield)

Eastfield's SASS Center support students who are pursuing an education in science, technology, engineering or mathematics. The center's resources include advising, study sessions and opportunities for hands-on research and participation at conferences.

Working Wonders

(Available only at Richland)

The Working Wonders program at Richland provides services to students who are working toward a certificate or associate of applied science degree and who are economically disadvantaged, alumni of the Texas foster care system, single parents or displaced homemakers, among other categories. These services include including advising, counseling, transportation assistance and limited childcare subsidies.

North Lake Student Resource Center

(Available only at North Lake)

The Student Resource Center at North Lake is open to all students with a student ID. Computers, printers, reserve textbooks and study rooms are available for use.

The HUB at Brookhaven

(Available only at Brookhaven)

The HUB at Brookhaven is a central point for students to ask for help — no matter what it is. The HUB houses tutors, resources and advisors together in one space.