Spring break will be extended one week for students at the colleges of DCCCD. Classes will not be held March 16-29 as faculty and staff prepare to transition to working, teaching and learning remotely. Please visit
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College can be tough. Add money, family, or work issues and it can really add up.
The DCCCD Success Coaches are here to help you, with one-on-one assistance, as well as providing you with guides and resources to help navigate your Dallas County Promise journey.
Are you the parent or guardian of a college student?
See resources just for parents and guardians.
The transition from high school into college can be challenging, but there are many ways parents can help. Read some ideas for parents to show their support.
Going to college means your son or daughter (your new student!) is taking on adult responsibilities. Your role as a parent changes, but your student still needs you. The most important thing you can provide is being there when they need you.
Read answers to questions like: "How can I help my son or daughter succeed in college?" or "How do I know my son or daughter is taking the right classes?"
To speak with someone, contact the Success Coaches: