I took a Dual Credit course in high school with DCCCD, do I still need to apply for admission? Former DCCCD dual credit students will be required to complete an application for admission after high school graduation if they wish to continue attending any DCCCD campus. Submit your Application.
Do I need to submit a high school transcript? An official High School transcript is required if you graduated from a Texas High School within the last 5 years. It may include test scores that qualify you for TSI exemptions (STAAR, TAKS, SAT, ACT, etc). Although, Out of State High School transcripts may be required for financial aid purposes.
What if I did not graduate high school but earned my GED? Submit a copy of your GED Diploma OR visit www.texged.com to obtain a verification letter which includes the Texas Certificate of High School Equivalency information.
I am a Transfer/Transient student, do I need to submit official college transcripts? Yes, DCCCD Board Policy mandates the submission of transcripts from accredited colleges or universities attended, regardless of whether or not you intend to earn a degree with Eastfield College or any DCCCD campus. OFFICIAL transcripts submitted cannot have a print date over 3 years old.
How do I request an official DCCCD transcript? You can request an official transcript by: 1) log in to your student eConnect account and request a transcript 2) go to the EFC Admissions office located in room C119, please present a Photo ID 3) you can request a transcript by faxing a Transcript Request Form or a written letter, the fax number is 972-860-8306 4) by mailing a written request OR sending a Transcript Request Form to Eastfield College, Attention: Admissions/Registrar’s Office, 3737 Motley Drive, Mesquite, TX 75150 Please write your Student ID number on your request.
How do I update/change my e-mail address, phone numbers, and verify SSN? Log in to your E-connect account, Under My Personal Information select the link that applies.
How do I change my address? Go to the EFC Admissions Office, located in room C119 to update your new address.
I have moved from out of district to an in district residence, what do I do now? Since your in–state residency is established, you must prove in-district residence. Your in-district residence (Dallas County) is based on where you reside or own property. Visit our Residency page for additional requirements.
I typed in the wrong social security number on my admissions application, what do I do now? Bring your signed Social Security Card by the Admissions Office, C119, to have your record corrected.
Do you have to have proof of my meningitis vaccination before I register for classes? Yes, the Texas Education Code 51.9192, subchapter Z, established the January 1, 2012 requirement for the bacterial meningitis vaccination for college students under the age of 30. However, beginning January 1, 2014, the age requirement changed to students under the age of 22. You must submit proof of the meningitis vaccine (or booster within the last 5 years) and complete the Proof of Bacterial Immunization Compliance form which you can turn in to the Admissions Office, room C119.
What do I do, if I cannot come in person to register for my classes? Students must complete a Registration by Proxy form. The student and authorized proxy must sign the form. Click here for the form. A copy of a driver’s license is required for both the student and the authorized proxy.