Spring 2020 classes have resumed online.Please visit
dcccd.edu/coronavirus for additional information and to
learn how to prepare for online classes.
Student newspaper honored at National Student Media Convention
Four guitarists earn awards.
Want a hands-on job with excellent career prospects? Try welding like Jeremy.
Design a T-shirt. You could win $500.
We offer career prep, job training, lifestyle classes, GED and ESL courses, and so much more. Sign up now!
Students and employees must wear their IDs while on campus.
Attend a faculty-led review session. Available for multiple courses.
Get help completing your financial aid forms.
Registration for spring 2020 is open. Bee Ready!
Kick start your transfer to the University of Texas at Arlington.
Polls available at Mesquite and Pleasant Grove campuses.
The newspaper and website are up for the prestigious Pacemaker Award.
Attend activities including bead working, stickball and a trip to the Chickasaw Cultural Center.
Donate food and hygiene items to the Honeycomb Cupboard.
Join us for activities Oct. 22-25.
Interested in techinical and academic education? Try both like Junior Djoumessi.
Compete in the Student Math League Competition
Attend events throughout October.
Design a T-shirt to reflect your personal experience with violence.
This Saturday: Get advice on financing a college education.
Take an improv workshop and perform with The Laugh Supper comedy troupe.
Participate in our service project and events focused on menstrual health.
Join our career education program for young people ages 14-20.
Learn about sustainability efforts at the college, local, regional and global levels.
Free monthly financial workshops open to students, employees and community members.
Eastfield ranks as No. 9 safest Texas college campus.
Your pictures may be included in a gallery show.
Spend Wednesday afternoons with some of the most talented musicians from across North Texas.
Jump-start a career in the auto repair industry like Kathryn.
Learn to leverage your money and marketing into success.
Learn the skills needed for an entry-level position in the automotive repair industry in just eight weeks.
STEM students: Enroll in a free course to improve your math TSI score.
Four days of lessons in July for advanced middle school, high school, and early college students.
View a photo gallery of the May 4 commencement ceremony.
Take classes that prepare you for the language assessment for college-level courses.
A showcase of student and employee talent Thursday, April 25.
Attend the DCCCD event April 12 hosted by Eastfield.
An academically intense, mathematics-based summer enrichment program for middle schoolers.
A free show March 22 featuring work by faculty members and professional dancers.
Honors included first place for overall excellence of the website, eastfieldnews.com, and the literary magazine, The Alternative.
Et Cetera Editor in Chief Aria Jones will work for the El Paso Times this summer.
A celebration of writing, art, dance, music, and drama April 1-May 10.
Audition for our talent show.
Sessions offered for algebra, statistics, and business calculus.
Free, online class for STEM-focused students who need help preparing for the math TSI.
Showcase your academic and/or co-curricular achievements, creative projects, and research. Deadline extended to March 6!
The deadline to apply for spring graduation is Wednesday, March 6.
You could win a cash prize and publication!
Next class runs March 4-May 3.
Vote for your favorite entry by March 26.
Join us for an information session on how to get started with your education at Eastfield.
Anthony Fletcher is honored for his 300th career coaching victory.
Group chooses Eastfield for affordability and hands-on shop experience.
This is the sixth consecutive year the college has earned this designation.
Register by Jan. 16 for classes starting Jan. 22.
Learn how to complete an associate degree in 2½ years on Saturdays only.
See a list of art, drama, dance, and music events scheduled in spring 2019.
A student organization for LGBTQ individuals and allies.
Bring your digital creations to life in the library.
Keishla "Kiki" Reyes named a First Team All-American.