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Economic Contribution

The Dallas County Community College District is a good deal for business, taxpayers, students and society at large.

A study of the economic contribution of Texas community colleges has found that the Dallas County economy receives about $204.1 million in net added income each year due to DCCCD payroll and operations spending. 

Some of the highlights of the study:

  • Taxpayers see a rate of return of 8.2% on their investment in DCCCD.
  • For every dollar students invest in DCCCD, they receive a cumulative $5.50 in higher future income over the course of their working careers.
  • Texas benefits from improved health and reduced welfare, unemployment and crime, saving the public some $23.5 million per year.

Read the study about DCCCD, compiled by Economic Modeling Specialists Inc.:

Learn how much each college in DCCCD contributes to the economy individually.