It’s that time of year again: Foundation scholarship season! Add filling out a myScholarships application to your to-do list today!
It’s a new year, which means a new tax season is around the corner! The United Way of Metropolitan Dallas and the United Way of Tarrant County are here to help — if you made less than $66,000 in 2017, you may qualify for free tax preparation help in the Dallas/Fort Worth area.
For regular 16-week classes this spring, the registration deadline at Dallas Community Colleges was Jan. 10. But that doesn’t mean it’s too late to knock out a few credit hours and start on the path to a new career in 2018!
You heard it here first: Students can learn about drones and even become certified drone pilots at the Geotechnology Institute at Brookhaven as part of the unmanned aircraft systems (UAS) remote pilot certification workshop. They are also offering a class on how drones relate to geographic information systems (GIS).
Welding is a sculptural process for fusing materials together, usually metals or thermoplastics. It can be both a technical skill and a creative art with various applications. And if you’re interested in starting a new career path, Welding Technology can help you train for immediate work… or spark a creative streak you might not know you have.
Did you know you can take online classes from top universities and pay DCCCD tuition rates? It’s true! If you’ve completed at least 12 credit hours of DCCCD courses with a 3.5 GPA or higher, you qualify.
Registration for Winter and Spring credit classes began last month. A total of 68,378 students have already signed up for their classes — way to go!
Great news: we’re updating our printing and copying systems at the colleges of DCCCD! Previously, you could only use cash to add money to your account and the credit was only good at the college where you added it. But no more!