What kind of student are you? Each of our students are unique and that means that the application and registration process can vary. Find an outline of the steps you will need to take to get started.
NOTE: Register early! Enrollment is open only for courses that have not met. No late or extended registration period is offered.
Are you enrolling in college for the very first time, with no previous college attendance?
Were you enrolled in the Dallas County Community College District during the previous 12 months?
Are you enrolling only in courses offered as Distance Education?
Students who qualify for veterans benefits should contact the veterans representative in the Counseling Center, Building S. You may contact the Veterans Affairs Office via email at bhcVeteransServices@dcccd.edu or call 972-860-4339.
Do you want to take smaller classes, tailored to the needs of older students?
Are you transferring to the DCCCD from another institution?
Were you enrolled at Brookhaven or another DCCCD college, but it has been more than 12 months ago?
Assistance for non-native English speakers or students not born in the United States
Are you looking for a course for your personal enrichment or professional development?
Do you want to create customized training for your business or organization?
For those who are not able to come to the college to register, you can register by proxy.
Our “open door” policy means anyone who can profit from post-secondary education has an opportunity to enroll. Admission to one Dallas County Community College District college allows students to take classes at any of the district colleges.
The Admissions Office is the first stop for those enrolling in credit courses. Other services available are: Brookhaven transcripts, degree planning, graduation certification and recruitment.
Main number: 972-860-4883
Located on the first floor of the Student Services Center Building S, Room S041.