Classes are currently being taught online. All physical facilities are closed to the public at this time and employees are working remotely.Please visit
dcccd.edu/coronavirus for additional information and to
find contact information for various departments.If you need additional assistance, please visit
My Community Services and our
Community Employment Resources.
The tornadoes and severe storms of Oct. 20 have deeply affected many in our community. The colleges of Dallas County Community College District have mobilized to provide a variety of resources to our students and employees, such as food, mental health counseling, financial aid, employment assistance, learning materials and emergency aid.
If you have been impacted, please see below to get access to services to assist you.
Students who are receiving financial aid should first contact the
Financial Aid Office at their college to see if they are eligible for additional aid.
Students who are taking 12 or more credit hours can apply for assistance through the Emergency Aid Fund.
Apply for assistance through Edquity.
Richland College Continuing Education staff developed seven recovery-related classes to be offered tuition-free to students, community, and employees impacted by the storms.
Get more information about what's being offered and how to sign up.
Any student whose textbooks or other learning materials were damaged or lost during the severe storms and tornadoes on Oct. 20 will be provided assistance by the colleges of DCCCD. Please visit the bookstore at the college of DCCCD nearest you and ask for assistance.
complete list of bookstore locations throughout the district.
If there is anything else DCCCD can do to help you in your time of need, please reach out to us at