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Consumer Information

​Here is some general information about the services provided at the colleges of DCCCD. Academic CatalogOne of the most important guides to your education is the academic catalog. In your school’s catalog, you can read up on programs, courses, policy, your rights and responsibilities, safety and more. Financial Assistance InformationDiscover steps to completing your financial aid file, forms you may need to complete, types of aid, the awarding process, important dates/deadlines, our Satisfactory Academic Progress (SAP) policy and more. Financial Aid Contact InformationHave questions about financial aid? Visit this page for additional information. ScholarshipsLearn about our Foundation, Rising Star and other scholarship programs. Cost of AttendanceCheck out the figures on this page, which provide an estimate of what it costs to attend college. TuitionIn-county tuition is only $59 per credit hour. Learn more about tuition for the colleges of DCCCD. District ReportingGet facts and information on student race/ethnicity, enrollment and more. Gainful Employment

Read profiles of the occupations that DCCCD programs prepare you to enter, along with program costs and program completion and placement rates.

Emergency Alerts

Learn more about how you can stay in tune with campus emergency activities.

District Links

Find many helpful links regarding DCCCD, resources for businesses and the community, student information and services, and more.

Voter Registration

Interested in getting registered to vote? Voter registration cards are available in each Financial Aid Office. Visit the Dallas County Elections website for voter registration information.