The colleges of the Dallas County Community College District has an open-door admissions policy to ensure that every person has the opportunity to get a college education.
To take classes for college credit, you must first complete the application for admission. Apply early to make sure you have plenty of time to visit with an advisor, complete assessment testing and plan your course schedule.
If you are an international student, you must contact the International Office, come by S2026 or call 214-860-8514, to apply for admission. All other students can apply in one of three ways:
Apply online using the eConnect Application for Credit Admissions. eConnect is a Web service that lets you get personalized information and conduct business online.
- By mail or fax
Print this application, fill it out, and mail or fax with a copy of your photo ID.
- In person
Drop by the Admissions Office windows and complete an admissions application in person.
What you will need
- Completed application
- If available, your official high school transcript, a copy of your diploma or a copy
of your GED certificate
- Official college transcripts, if you have already attended another college. Have
your transcripts sent directly to Mountain View College Admissions Office.
Many courses of the colleges of DCCCD have prerequisites that must be met before registering.
As a result, students who have not submitted transcripts may not be able to
register for all desired classes.
You may also be asked to provide documentary evidence of your residency status. The amount of tuition
charged is based on where you live.