College That Works For You


Dallas College offers a quality education and lifelong learning to help you build the future you want.

Promising careers with high pay await applicants with the right training and credentials. Dallas College offers the degrees and certificates you need with classes at convenient times for an affordable price.


Our second eight-week term for credit courses begins Oct. 18.

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As a Student, You Will Get



  • One of the lowest costs in the state
  • Books are “IncludED”
  • Financial aid and scholarships are available
  • Free ESL, GED and job skills training


  • 18 locations across Dallas County
  • Flexible schedules: days, nights or weekends
  • Flexible learning styles: in person, online or hybrid


  • Free DART pass
  • Free counseling, food pantries, tutoring and more
  • Child care and housing assistance

We care about you as a whole person, not just as a student

After all, you need more than textbooks and tutoring to earn your college certificate or degree. You have physical, mental, spiritual, financial and social needs, too.

Discover all our resources for students

On-campus food pantries, emergency aid and staff dedicated to connecting students with community resources such as food, clothing, child care, and rental and utility assistance.

Learn more about basic needs assistance

Free mental health sessions with licensed professional counselors

Learn more about free mental health counseling

Acute care for illness and injuries, health counseling, and screenings and vaccinations

Learn more about free health services

We also offer services that support you along your educational journey:

  • Your success coach (advisor) will help you navigate the world of college and keep you on track through your academic journey.
  • Find a job now or plan for one in the future, plus explore career options with knowledgeable advisors.
  • We offer support for special student populations, including first-generation college students, military and veteran students, low-income students, male minorities and more
  • Enhance your educational experience with clubs, mentoring, support groups, leadership training, honor societies, intramural sports and activities.

Visit any campus for assistance

  • Monday-Thursday: 8 a.m.-7 p.m.
  • Friday: 8 a.m.-5 p.m.
  • Saturdays (July 31 through Aug. 21): 9 a.m.- 3 p.m.

Our second eight-week term for credit courses begins Oct. 18.

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Have questions? Contact us Monday-Friday, 8 a.m. - midnight, at 972-669-6400 or