So you’ve filled out your FAFSA, you’ve been awarded aid and it’s showing as pending on your account… but the payment hasn’t come through yet, and the payment deadline is looming. What’s going on?!
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!
Thinking about a career change? IT jobs in Texas are in high demand, particularly as organizations continuously upgrade hardware, software and network equipment in order to keep up with quickly changing technology demands. But where do you fit into all that? Keep reading to learn more about how an education in Computer Information Technology can help reboot your career.
Need to talk to us on the go? Text us! You can ask us questions and get help with things like applying to our colleges, registering for classes, transcripts and anything else you need. Keep reading to find out more.
A lot of people think it’s as simple as “point and click,” but do you know what aperture is? Dynamic range? Shutter speed? Rule of thirds These are all commonly used terms in the world of photography — and it’s not as simple as you might think. Keep reading to learn more about whether or not photography classes might be right for you.
Who’s ready for the spring semester?! (We definitely are!) Here are some dates to keep in mind as you plan out your class schedule.
Think you might be interested in a career in Accounting? Check out this interview with PwC North Texas Sourcing Leader Amy Kraft to learn more about what you can expect.
Recently, Glassdoor.com published an article called 9 Hot Jobs for Workers Without a Bachelor’s Degree and, wouldn’t you know it — you can become qualified for (or move up in) several of those jobs through an education at DCCCD! Here’s the full scoop:
Texas needs teachers. Everyone does, really — for teachers at all levels (kindergarten/elementary school, middle school, high school and special education), employment is projected to grow six percent nationally from 2014 to 2024.