Dallas County Community College District (DCCCD) is the largest educational institution providing undergraduate degrees and certificate in Texas. Seven colleges constitute DCCCD: Brookhaven, Cedar Valley, Eastfield, El Centro, Mountain View, North Lake and Richland. Moreover, there is the online college Dallas TeleCollege.
Dallas TeleCollege offers its students numerous benefits including
• instruction by the experienced professionals
• quality undergraduate education and affordable tuition offerings
• financial assistance
• distance learning opportunities through such media as iPods, the Internet, DVDs and CD-ROMs
• annual DCCCD distance learning courses enrollment is more than 40,000 students
The online programs offered by Dallas TeleCollege include Associate level degrees and Certificate programs. Students may obtain the Associate of Applied Science Degrees in the following programs: Business Administration, Child Development, Personal Computer Support, Criminal Justice, Logistics Technology, and Management. The Certificate programs cover such areas of study as Accounting, Business Administration, Child Development, Computer-Aided Design & Drafting, Computer Information Technology, Programming, Criminal Justice, Health Information Management, Logistics, Management, Marketing, and more.
Although the programs are offered online, students are required to complete 25% of their courses at one designated college in order to earn a degree from that institution.
Since all students should have an opportunity to pursue education, Dallas TeleCollege is committed to providing financial assistance to the eligible candidates. The sources for financial aid include, but are not limited to, grants, veterans’ aid, loans and scholarships.