An important part of the commitment of the colleges of the DCCCD to enhancing student appreciation and understanding of diverse cultures is its field course and study abroad programs. Therefore, any program offered by a college of the DCCCD is open to all DCCCD students. These programs are available in a variety of countries during fall and spring semesters and in the summer and are available to students of this college. Semester-length programs are currently available through independent study aboard programs. In most programs, no prior knowledge of a foreign language is required.
Two of our colleges also offer study-abroad opportunities during the summer sessions. College faculty teach these courses, which normally last two to four weeks. In previous years, these courses have been offered in Ecquador, Hawaii, and Spain. For information about any of the semester or summer programs, contact the Global Education and Engagement Office at 214-378-1762 or contact the study abroad advisor of the college. Visit the Global Education and Engagement Office at https://www.dcccd.edu/services/global-education/pages/default.aspx or contact the District Office Study Abroad Programs at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Texas residents enrolled in colleges that are members of the North Texas Community College Consortium may enroll in DCCCD field course or study abroad programs by paying "in-District" tuition. These colleges include: Brookhaven, Cedar Valley, Cisco, Collin County, Eastfield, El Centro, Grayson County, Hill, Kilgore, LeCroy Center, McLennan, Mountain View, Navarro, North Central Texas, Northeast Texas, North Lake, Panola, Paris, Richland, Tarrant County, Texas State Technical at Marshall and Waco, Trinity Valley, Tulsa, Tyler, Vernon, Weatherford and the University of North Texas.