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FARMERS BRANCH/DALLAS  •  The Dallas County Community College District will implement a $3-per-semester-credit-hour tuition increase in spring 2006; students will pay $36 per semester credit hour – an amount which continues to place the system among colleges that offer the lowest tuition rates in the state, thanks to the support of taxpayers in DCCCD’s service area. Enrollment continues to grow at the district’s seven colleges; that increase requires additional financial support, as well as increased costs in general operations, according to Bob Brown, DCCCD’s vice chancellor for business affairs. Rising gas and utilities prices are affecting those costs as well.