Spring break will be extended one week for students at the colleges of DCCCD. Classes will not be held March 16-29 as faculty and staff prepare to transition to working, teaching and learning remotely. Please visit
dcccd.edu/coronavirus for additional information.
Every star student, thriving program or new initiative in the district begins with our employees. They are the movers and the shakers who truly make things happen. That’s why we ensure our employees have the tools, resources, training — everything they need — to do their job and do it well. When employees are successful, everything else follows.
To us, student success is key. Our processes and policies are created with students in mind, and we work tirelessly to make sure their individual needs are met. From walking students through the steps of financial aid to encouraging risk-taking and innovation in the classroom, we are student-focused and student-friendly.
The population and industries of Dallas County are diverse, and so are their needs. DCCCD seeks opportunities to engage with our community, both to foster its growth and support its growing pains. We want to be the problem solver for our community. A place people can go when they need help the most.
We’re growing, but are we effective? Are we meeting the needs of our community, our students and our employees? DCCCD is continually looking at how we can better personalize, align and scale our services. Currently that means examining our operational model and seeing how we can function as a network to make sure students get the right services at the right time, every time.
Our plan includes vision care and prescription drug coverage. Dental plans are optional.
Standard plans include an employer contribution. Boost your savings with optional plans.
Enjoy a week off for Spring Break and six end-of-year holidays.
Take classes free for professional growth or to earn a degree.
Complete a degree and earn a one-time bonus.
Use work time for exercise or other healthy activities.
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