Last updated on October 8, 2019
All DCCCD campuses will be closed Friday, Aug. 28 for District Conference Day. Because of this, we’ve decided to add Saturday hours on two days in August in order to accommodate students who still need to add/drop classes for Fall 2015. Those dates are as follows:
- 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., Saturday, Aug. 22
- 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., Saturday, Aug. 29
Please note that new students will not be able to register Aug. 29. (Students who have registered by Aug. 26 will still be able to add or drop classes on that date.) If you’d like, you also can register online with eConnect. (But on that note, you might want to find out if you’re eligible for online registration.)
Important Dates for Fall 2015 at Dallas County Community College District
|August 24 (M)||Faculty Reports|
|August 28 (F)||District Conference Day|
|August 31 (M)||Classes Begin|
|September 7 (M)||Labor Day Holiday|
|September 14 (M)||12th Class Day|
|November 19 (R)||Last Day to Withdraw|
|November 26 (R)||Thanksgiving Holidays Begin|
|November 30 (M)||Classes Resume|
|December 14-17 (M-R)||Final Exams|
|December 17 (R)||Semester Ends|
|December 21 (M)||Last Day for faculty to submit grades electronically through eConnect to the Registrar’s Office|
|December 24 (R)||College buildings and offices close for the holidays at end of workday|
|December 27-28 (S-M)||eCampus Maintenance Time|
Academic calendar dates are also always available in the DCCCD catalog.
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Please also note: Some colleges will also be observing shortened hours Aug. 27 for professional development activities. Check with your individual college for details.
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