Student Resources & Support

Whether you're starting the process of enrolling at Dallas College or you're taking your last semester of classes, we are here to help you out.

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New Dallas College students should complete orientation after finishing the enrollment steps.

You have two options for orientation. We strongly suggest that you complete both, since some content is unique to each platform. Learn more about orientation.

We are here to support you!

Look through the support resources below to see how we can serve you on your journey to success.

 

Juggling everyday life and college can be tough, but you don’t have to do it alone. Whether it’s child care, clothing resources or a WiFi hotspot, we want to provide you with the support you need to accomplish your goals.

Student Care Network

Serves as the umbrella program that covers most student support and the gateway to connect students with the tools they need.

DART Student GoPass

Catch a train or bus to campus for free with the DART. Learn about how to get your free pass.

Food Pantries

Our campus food pantries provide free food to students in need, from quick snacks to canned goods.

Rental Assistance

To ensure you succeed both in and out of the classroom, we provide rental assistance to enrolled students who qualify.

 

We provide the resources to ensure you stay physically safe and emotionally well throughout your academic journey. Discover mental health support, safety tips from our police and rules to follow in the student code of conduct.

Counseling and Psychological Services

Our counselors are licensed professionals who are available to all enrolled students to help them succeed in and out of the classroom.

Health Services

We provide health and wellness care through a staff of registered nurses to meet the needs of the college community.

Student Rights

We work with students to reflect on their responsibilities and grow in their personal understanding of their own rights.

Fitness Centers

Each of our campuses is equipped with a fitness center where students can go and get physical exercise or enjoy one of our many Physical Education classes.

 

Need specific, personalized assistance? Stop by one of our many offices that serve veterans, minority men and women, students with disabilities or anyone with special requirements. These offices can connect you to resources and activities designed to support you while in school.

Career & Transfer Skills

Students can receive support needed to for their next step, such as interview training, resume writing and transfer services.

Accessibility Services

Students with disabilities can arrange accommodations to ensure equal access to college services and equal opportunity in the classroom.

Military-Connected Services

Specialized services, advising and counseling for student veterans, active duty students and military family members.

TRIO Services

Designed to serve first generational college students and other special populations, TRIO provides academic and financial resources.

 

Don’t miss a beat this semester. Take advantage of Learning Commons, testing centers, personalized tutoring and Honors Program to support and stretch your academic muscles. Much of our learning support is available to you in person or online.

Library

Our campus libraries provide books, course materials, solo and group study spaces, online guides and research help.

IncludED (Textbooks)

Almost all textbooks and course materials are free with your tuition. Find out how to take advantage.

Tutoring

Free tutoring is available on every campus, including specialized help for specific programs.

Microsoft Office for Students

Students can download Microsoft Office for free to their personal computers. Find out how and get started.

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