Page Content Update Our campuses are fully open to students and the general public.We have returned to normal instruction, including face-to-face, online and hybrid course options. While they are no longer required, Dallas College students and employees are strongly encouraged to wear masks while at our locations or events.Dallas College continues to monitor the outbreak of COVID-19 (coronavirus) and its impact on our community. We are following guidance from Dallas County Health and Human Services as well as the Centers for Disease Control (CDC).Students planning to attend in-person classes will need to meet our meningitis vaccinations requirements. Vaccinations are now available on campus with an appointment. On-campus services are available for walk-ups as well as by appointment. You may book your appointment online. Make an Appointment Frequently Asked Questions Student FAQs Preguntas Frequentes Sobre Dallas College Employee FAQs (login required)Vaccines and TestingDallas County and Parkland Hospital are offering COVID-19 vaccines for all Dallas College students over the age of 18. Learn how to register and register for your vaccine today. COVID-19 Success Stories COVID-19 News View more features and links Is Your Meningitis Status Up To Date? Most colleges in the U.S., including Dallas College, require documentation of meningitis vaccination or an exemption form to attend in-person classes. That was until COVID-19. Dallas College Mental Health Spotlight: COVID Anniversary What have we learned from a year of living during the COVID-19 pandemic? Share Your COVID-19 Success Stories! Dallas College is looking for positive examples of how our students have stepped up or served during the COVID-19 pandemic. Guidelines and Reporting Prevention Self-Quarantine and Self-Reporting Travel Guidelines Incident Dashboard and ReportingStudent Resources Contact Information Make an Appointment for Advising and Student Services Dual Credit Information My Community Services Dallas College Emergency Aid Fund Get your COVID-19 vaccineCommunity Resources Employment Resources Small Business Resources Dallas Forward Dallas County Health and Human Services - COVID-19 Vaccination Additional Community Resources PreventionThere are personal steps that can be taken to avoid transmission or acquiring the disease, including avoiding personal contact with people who are sick or who may have been exposed to COVID-19 and washing your hands frequently with soap and water for at least 20 seconds. In addition to being spread through contact with infected surfaces, COVID-19 is believed to be transmitted through the air when a carrier coughs or sneezes, much like flu and other respiratory diseases are spread. Symptoms are thought to appear within two to 14 days after exposure and include fever, cough and shortness of breath.We will continue to monitor and evaluate this situation and keep our students, employees and communities informed as developments occur, particularly as they relate to operations during the Spring 2021 semester. Learn How to Protect Yourself and Others Download a reference guide for printing (PDF - 269 KB) Self-Quarantine and Self-ReportingIf 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.Dallas College Health Services Nurse LineDallas College Health Services offer a Nurse Help Line accessible to all students and employees seeking health advice and information.Phone: 972-860-8970Hours: Monday - Thursday, 8 a.m. to 8:30 p.m. and Friday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Travel GuidelinesThe CDC currently recommends that travelers avoid all nonessential international travel. Dallas College is recommending that employees avoid all unnecessary travel at this time, but Dallas College will continue to evaluate official student and employee travel as the situation develops.Any Dallas College employee who plans to travel outside of the U.S. should report their travel to their supervisor or HR representative. Complete the 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. Dual Credit InformationDual credit, Early College High School and P-TECH college courses offered at high schools or campuses of Dallas College will not be able to be offered in-person if the Dallas College campus or the high school/independent school district is closed due to a public health emergency related to COVID-19. If the campuses close and the high school/school district remains open, the Dallas College faculty would not be expected to hold in-person college credit courses but would need to offer online or remote instruction. High school employees and students should follow the guidance of their high school and school district regarding high school classes. Learn More About Dual Credit Contact Dual CreditCommunicationsDallas College officials are in regular contact with Dallas County Health and Human Services to monitor any local transmission of the disease and are following guidance from the county and state, as well as the CDC. Any information that impacts Dallas College or campus operations will be shared rapidly. All COVID-19 incidents will be posted to the Clery Notices page.