As of June 1, our campuses are fully open for students and the general public.
We have returned to normal instruction, including face-to-face, online and hybrid course options. Additionally, Dallas College no longer requires masks to be worn at any of our locations, but we welcome anyone who chooses to wear one. Get the latest
updates about our COVID-19 response.
Students are able to
make online appointments to meet with advisors, tutoring services and other college departments.
Make an Appointment
Please call 972-669-6400 or email
firstname.lastname@example.org for assistance.
According to the North Texas Food Bank, one in six North Texans don't know where they will find their next meal. That means it is more difficult for our students, colleagues and community members to put food on the table – even though our food costs are cheaper than the national average.
Nearly half of the Dallas College student population is food insecure. In the past 30 days, these students have eaten less at meals to make their food last longer or have skipped meals entirely. Many do not know where their next meal will originate. Yet, these students return to class, complete assignments and fight to earn their education, as they sacrifice so much to be here.
The struggle regarding food insecurity is real. But we can do something to help.
Learn more about other
off-campus resources we can offer to students in need.
Thank you to our 2020 Virtual Conference Day partners for supporting the Dallas College Food Pantries.