The colleges of DCCCD have an open-door admissions policy to ensure that every person has the opportunity to get a college education.
To take classes for college credit, you must first complete the application for admission. Apply early to make sure you have plenty of time to visit with an advisor, complete assessment testing and plan your course schedule. See our
admission requirements for more information.
Note: If you are an international student, please visit the International Student Admission page for more information or to contact us with questions. All other students can apply in one of three ways:
You may also be asked to provide documentary evidence of your
residency status. The amount of tuition charged is based on your residency classification.
Once you have been admitted as a student, you will receive a welcome email with information on getting started. You will be given a student ID and will be able to log in to eConnect, a web service that provides a variety of online services to students, faculty and staff. At this time, please complete the following steps:
Admissions/Registrar’s Office at the college you plan to attend or text “DCCCD” to 214-978-6457.
Applying for College
Assessment TestingAcademic Advising |
Paying for Classes
The application requirements can vary depending on what type of student you are. See requirements for the steps you need to take.
High school students taking dual credit classes need to work with a dual credit admissions officer and their high school counselor to enroll.
International students must work with the Multicultural Center to apply for admission.
Students who are taking only continuing education or noncredit classes should go through the Workforce and Continuing Education Division.
Veterans and their family members should contact Veterans Services for help in completing the process to access all eligible benefits.
Students enrolling in the Students 50+ Program can work with an admissions specialist for our senior adult programs for assistance.