DCCCD

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DCCCDDallas County Community College District (Texas)
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The program includes a one-year Facility Manager/Facilities Services Supervisor training conducted by a qualified, experienced DCCCD faculty member.
Joe May, the chancellor of DCCCD. "That's a significant number of new students, and, because it's our first year for the Promise program, those students represent hours and hours of work done by DCCCD and our education partners, participating school districts, the Commit Partnership, early college high schools, and universities that all are investing in the Promise."
DCCCD is the largest community college district in the state, with seven colleges located throughout the county, along with five neighborhood campuses.
“We are very excited one of our partners has been recognized for their improvements to student service,” says Chesa Stanfield, Executive Director of Solutions at Global, “Our GlobalCORE paperless document collection and file review solution helped DCCCD facilitate a better student experience through shorter turnaround times from the Financial Aid application to award process.”
was selected for its Global-CORE + File Review product and, in July 2011, began work on implementation at DCCCD. Campus officials selected an off-the-shelf system but made enhancements for their particular needs.
The billboard, which is scheduled to be up for 3 days, reads, "8% OF DCCCD STUDENTS GRADUATE IN 3 YRS.
During the decade of the 1990s, the electronics telecommunication program was the largest in the DCCCD. When the telecom balloon burst in 2000--and with the subsequent outsourcing of manufacturing to Mexico, Korea, Southeast Asia and China--the need for technicians in the telecom industry and electronics manufacturing was reduced substantially.
According to the company, the solution will provide DCCCD with a high speed solution with increased bandwidth and high-performance capabilities to ensure access to applications such as VoIP and broadcast-quality video, and critical data such as student records.
The sample of DCCCD transfer students to TU in fall 2002 included 66 students.
Seven junior-level college campuses, a center or economic development and business incubation, a center for educational telecommunications, and two administrative offices comprise the DCCCD. There are about 4,000 computers in the educational network and 3,000 computers in the administrative network.
A recent pledge of $500,000 from TI to the DCCCD Foundation is a prime example of this kind of industry collaboration.
A new billboard that will tower over Dallas' North Central Expressway on Monday offers a startling message: "8% OF DCCCD STUDENTS GRADUATE IN 3 YRS.