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Funding Priorities

DCCCD STEM Institute

Educating the Next Generation of Engineers, Scientists and Teachers

The DCCCD STEM Institute engages science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) students from all seven colleges of the DCCCD. With a focus on both student access and degree completion, the DCCCD STEM Institute helps students complete their Associate STEM degree or transfer to a four-year university to earn a Bachelor's degree in STEM.
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Health Careers Resource Center

Educating More Health Professionals Sooner

The Health Careers Resource Center (HCRC) plays a vital role in addressing the growing shortage of health care professionals in Dallas County. By connecting students to the resources that they need most to succeed, the HCRC accelerates student completion rates and streamlines the pipeline of nurses and allied health professionals entering the area workforce.
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Rising Star Program

Investing in Success

Rising Star was launched in 1999 and provides scholarships, academic counseling and personal enrichment opportunities to Dallas high school seniors who enroll at any of the seven colleges of DCCCD.
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Eliminating Financial Barriers to Higher Education

The DCCCD Foundation remains committed to providing the vital financial resources necessary for students who cannot afford to attend college otherwise. Removing financial barriers to higher education enables recipients to focus on achieving success.
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Success Stories

Our students and alumni are making a difference and giving back to their community. These are some of their stories.

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In Focus

Planned Giving

You can make a lasting difference for future students by starting a planned gift today.

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