Cedar Valley College is a two-year public community college
in Lancaster, Texas serving southern Dallas and northern Ellis counties. Cedar
Valley opened in the summer of 1977, becoming the fifth of seven colleges in
the DCCCD. The college's main campus sits on over 300 acres in Lancaster at 3030 North Dallas Avenue. The college’s signature programs include veterinary technology, performing arts, sustainability, industrial technology, and early college high school/dual credit.
In addition, Cedar Valley operates the CVC Center at Cedar Hill (207 North Cannady Drive) which offers
education and training for personal enrichment and support/resources for
start-ups, entrepreneurs and small businesses.
Cedar Valley College Main Campus – Lancaster (3030 N. Dallas Avenue)Located
at the corner of North Dallas Avenue and Wintergreen Road across the street from Lancaster High School. From Interstate 20, take the Lancaster Road exit and go south on North Dallas Avenue. The campus will be on the left. From Interstate 45, take the Pleasant Run exit and go west until reaching North Dallas Avenue, then turn right. The campus will be on the right. The main campus entrance on North Dallas Avenue is located closest to Wintergreen. The entrance for Buildings G, H, the baseball field, and tennis courts is located at the CVC digital sign closest to Telephone Road. The main Lancaster campus houses most of CVC's credit and continuing education programs.
Cedar Valley College Center at Cedar Hill (207 N. Cannady Drive)Located
north of Belt Line Road at Cannady Drive just east of Highway 67 in Cedar Hill. From Highway 67, take the 1382 exit and go east where it turns into Belt Line Road, then turn left onto Cannady. From DeSoto, go west on Belt Line Road and turn right onto Cannady. The Cedar Hill Center focuses on continuing education, economic development, and small business/entrepreneur training for the Best Southwest corridor, and is available for rentals by the community.