Classes resume Monday, March 30, fully online.Please visit
dcccd.edu/coronavirus for additional information and to
learn how to prepare for online classes.
DCCCD’s criteria, in accordance with Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges guidelines, are:
For credit courses designed to transfer to the baccalaureate degree:
For workforce education courses not designed for transfer:
For developmental courses:
Each DCCCD college hires continuing education instructors independently and has a slightly different process for doing so. Please contact the Continuing Education Office at each location for more information.
You can become a DCCCD adjunct instructor even if you have no prior teaching experience.
Teaching as an adjunct provides an excellent opportunity to gain hours in the classroom.
Dallas County Community College District awards stipends of either $8,000 or $5,000 to attract and retain qualified faculty in the areas of Nursing/Allied Health and Veterinary Technology.
Please note that this stipend applies only to full-time faculty.
Please contact Talent Central with any questions about the stipend.
“I think one of the main reasons I love working for DCCCD is that they encourage all of us to be innovative and to continuously learn new technologies that help our students be successful. I love being in the classroom and having the freedom to teach students how to use state-of-the-art software and equipment in the field of digital media. DCCCD supports its teachers and provides us with tools we need to teach students industry standards.”
View a suggested list of U.S. agencies that certify foreign credentials.
Find out what levels of achievement are credited with the equivalent of a master’s degree.
If you have worked for an institution that participates in the Teacher Retirement System of Texas, please contact Talent Central or the location Human Resources Office for guidance.
See TRS' publication Employment After Retirement (PDF - 688KB) for general information.