At Dallas Community Colleges we operate with a network mentality. This allows us to grow relationships, leverage resources and build on our strengths while meeting the ever-changing needs of the communities we serve.
Our students are an important part of our network and, after their time here, we encourage them to stay connected. Some of our alumni return to speak in the classroom, while others choose to offer an internship at their workplace or sign up for a continuing education class.
Whatever your networking goals, we're happy to connect!
Welcome CVC Alumni,
I am excited to introduce you to our Alumni network website. We are proud to celebrate more than 40 years of service to our community and you are a big part of this rich and rewarding history.
The Alumni Network encourages all alumni, associates, fans and friends to stay connected by keeping your contact information current, signing up for email, following us on Twitter and liking us on Facebook.
It is the aim of the CVC Alumni Network to see that your Cedar Valley College experience does not end at graduation. If you continue to be engaged with Cedar Valley, you will find your life vastly enriched by our alumni services and resources.
We want to hear from you, especially as we explore new ideas to better fulfill your needs. Please contact the Alumni Relations Office at any time at (972) 860-8029 or email us at
Thank you for your continued support of our alma mater. The Office of Alumni Relations looks forward to serving you!
What do I get?
As a member of the Cedar Valley College Alumni Network you will enjoy a broad array of benefits and services which include:
COMMUNITY, RESOURCES AND ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT (CRED)
Patricia Davis, Executive Dean, Community Resources & Economic Development
Valerie Banks, Alumni Project Leader
C.A. Engleton, Coordinator, Grants Management & Compliance
Allison Maldonado, Ph.D., Senior Manager of Grant Projects
Toni Scott, Senior Executive Assistant
Phyllis Smith, Grant Program Coordinator
Monroe Mays(in memoriam)