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.
If you believe you have come in contact with someone who tested positive for COVID-19 or you believe you may be infected with COVID-19, please view
our self-quarantine guidelines and complete our
self-reporting form (login required) so that health professionals can adequately track this information and coordinate internal support. The information will be kept secure and confidential.
DCCCD's professionally licensed counselors are currently working remotely. Counseling services are provided free of charge and each campus has a specific counselor assigned to help our students. Each counselor can provide professional counseling with a focus on mental health and well-being.
Students looking to speak with a counselor can email or call their college's remote counseling center. To contact your campus counselor, please visit the
counseling homepage. Students are encouraged to communicate the following information in order to be contacted by a counselor:
Contact your college counseling center by phone or email at:
The CARE Team was created to accept referrals regarding individuals in distress, struggling with basic needs, experiencing unexpected crises or whose behavior raises concerns about their well-being or that of others.
If you see or hear something, say something. That's the motto of DCCCD's CARE Team.
The CARE Team has been trained to appropriately address mental, emotional or psychological health conditions that may be disruptive, harmful or pose a direct threat or risk to the health and safety of the DCCCD community.
Online services are available for students during this time of temporary remote instruction. Please complete the CARE Team Online Referral Form in order to communicate with a team member. A representative of the CARE Team will review this information Monday-Friday within 24 business hours.
Note: This form is not for emergency situations. If you find yourself or someone you know an immediate danger, call 911.
As a member of the DCCCD family, your health and wellness matters are one of our top priorities. All of the colleges of DCCCD are offering virtual
Health Center services that promote health, wellness and preventive care for students and staff.
DCCCD Health Centers are offering a Nurse Help Line accessible to all students and employees seeking health advice and information.
Need your bacterial meningitis (MCV4) immunization? This vaccination is required for all students under the age of 22 entering college. Learn more about the Texas Department of Health's Recommended Adult Immunization Schedule.
DCCCD wants you to be aware of your rights under Title IX and what you can do if you feel that you have been a victim of gender-based discrimination, harassment or sexual misconduct. Learn about DCCCD's Sexual Misconduct policy and where you can report or ask questions.
Visit the Police/Emergency page for information on how to contact your campus police department in an emergency or to report a crime. This page also has guides on keeping safe in a campus emergency and other helpful resources. We also encourage the use of the
Rave Guardian Safety App in order to receive push notifications in case of a campus closure or an emergency, such as a lockdown.
As part of our commitment to our students and the community,
My Community Services is an online directory to help you find the resources you need.