At Eastfield College, you can earn a higher education for an affordable price at a location right in your neighborhood. But we offer so much more! Campus life and student activities. Class schedules that fit your life. Financial aid and scholarships that could cover all your tuition costs.
Whether you’re pursuing an associate degree, planning to transfer to a university, or seeking a fast-track to employment with a certificate, Eastfield College is Education That Fits your life and goals.
"I want to focus and finish faster."
Be a full-time student by taking only two courses with eight-week scheduling, or finish a degree in 2½ years on Saturdays only with Weekend College.
"I’m worried about accumulating student debt during college."
Dallas County Promise offers seniors graduating from partner high schools tuition-free college at DCCCD colleges, and then the University of North Texas at Dallas. Other programs are available for graduates of non-partner Dallas County high schools.
"I’m looking for a well-paying job in a growing field."
Our partnerships with local industries provide opportunities for internships and mentorships with potential future employers.
“College is about gaining new experiences, learning new things, and reinventing yourself. Don't be afraid to make a decision based on your interests to ensure you choose a major at a college that is the right fit for you.”
During my first year of college, I gave up too easily. I didn’t work as hard as I should have. But once I got my feet wet, I revamped the second semester and became more focused. I pushed myself harder to be the student that I knew I could be. I love inspiring students to take their first steps toward college.
“Try new things! A successful college career requires hard work, dedication, and sacrifice. At Eastfield College, there are over 20 student clubs and organizations to get involved in.”
Because I am the first one in my family to ever attend college, I knew nothing. I didn’t know where to start, and I was scared to ask for help. I wish that I had someone to walk me through the steps to getting into college, but it was difficult coming from a family who spoke no English and had no college experience. I enjoy being that guide for our students.
“The biggest mistake I made in college was not being involved on campus until my junior and senior year. I missed out on the possibility of making new connections and memories. Everything flies by. Jump in right away. You won’t regret it."
Take advantage of the resources available to you and ask questions when you are uncertain. Most of the issues I faced as a first-generation student were self-inflicted because I was afraid to ask for help. It is very easy to become overwhelmed. But by remaining focused and organized, you can accomplish anything.