DCCCD Extends Spring Break Through March, Then Returns With Online-Only ClassesThe Dallas County Community College District is joining a number of other campuses in North Texas and is extending spring break because of concerns over the new coronavirus.
7 Dallas County Community Colleges Consolidate Into Single InstitutionThe Dallas County Community College District has consolidated its seven colleges into a single institution in an effort to fix structural issues with the previous system that caused about 1,300 students to not receive their degrees.
Free College Tuition Program Gets Millions In Private Sector SupportJPMorgan Chase is donating $3 million to help prepare Dallas County students for high demand careers.
Deadline Approaching For Dallas County Promise Free Tuition OfferThe effort, funded by the Dallas County Community College Foundation, is part of a big picture plan to continue growing an educated workforce.
Tarrant County College Ranked Among The BestTarrant County College has consistently ranked among the nation’s top 100 community colleges for the past decade.
North Texans Respond To A Free Community College EducationPresident Obama wants community college students to get a free education.
North Texas H.S. Determined To Enroll Every Senior In CollegeThe senior class at Haltom High School is working on something no other senior class has done before, at this campus.
Eastfield College Professor Reminds Dallas Students It Is Never Too Late To Go Back To SchoolYou can’t help getting older, but you can do something about growing more skilled, more educated or more competitive in the work marketplace.
Program Offers College Credit For Military ExperienceGood news for some military veterans… as a part of the College Credit for Heroes (CCH) program, service to your country can now translate into college credit hours.
1 Arrested, At Least 14 Injured In Stabbing At Houston-Area CollegeAuthorities say they have arrested someone in a suspected stabbing attack at a Lone Star Community College campus in the Houston area. The Harris County Sheriff's Office has confirmed that at least 14 people were injured in the attack.
Leaders Fight To Keep STAAR System IntactWith an estimated 42-percent of new Texas community college students needing remediation, state business leaders are renewing their defense to keep the STAAR accountability system intact.
Tuition Increase & County Tax Hike Funds For DCCCDFolks who live in Dallas County will be paying a little more for property taxes next year. The extra funds will help pay for county community colleges.
Local Community College Rates BoomingMore than 100,000 North Texans get their education and professional training from a community college. With such large numbers, CBS 11 News wanted to see if the system is able to accommodate the crowds.
Enrollment Surges At Texas Community CollegesCommunity college enrollment in Texas surged 12.2 percent from 2008 to 2009.
Funding Could Change For Texas Higher EducationThe Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board has endorsed a revised method of funding public universities and community colleges in a money-saving move.