Cedar Valley College

    Cedar Valley College


    We believe you can succeed!

    Reach your goals with our credit and noncredit programs, convenient schedules and low-cost tuition.

    Start Your Path to Success

    As you navigate college, you now have a tool to guide you through community college: your guided pathway. Your guided pathway will help you find the courses you need to take to prepare you for success in college and your career. Find the right courses to get the career you want.

    Find Your Guided Pathway

    Tornado Recovery

    The tornadoes and severe storms of Oct. 20 have deeply affected many in our community. The colleges of Dallas County Community College District have mobilized to provide a variety of resources to our students and employees, such as food, mental health counseling, financial aid, employment assistance, learning materials and emergency aid.

    Learn More About Available Resources


    Start your planning now. Priority registration for Winter/Spring classes begins Nov. 19, while regular registration starts on Nov. 25.

    Helpful Links for Class Registration

    CVC Winter 2019 Schedule - bit.ly/CVCWinter2019

    CVC Spring 2020 Schedule - bit.ly/CVCSpring2020

    CVC Preview Days (Orientation) - bit.ly/CVCPreviewDays

    CVC Program Offerings - bit.ly/CVCPrograms

    Your Pathways To Success - bit.ly/CVCPathways

    FAFSA Tips and Common Errors to Avoid - bit.ly/CVCMoneyTips

    FAFSA Checklist - bit.ly/CVCMoneyChecklist

    IRS FAFSA Data Retrieval Tool - bit.ly/CVCMoneyTool 


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    Register Early for Winter and Spring

    ​Registration for the Spring and Winter terms is now underway at Cedar Valley. Visit Building L to register in person. For advising, email cvcadvising@dcccd.edu or call 972-860-8262.

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    Pardon Our Progress at Cedar Valley

    ​Please be mindful of construction and maintenance at Cedar Valley.

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    Upcoming Events

    Stay Alert and Stay Safe

    • The CARE Team responds to individuals who are struggling to maintain essential needs (food, shelter, etc.) and/or who are demonstrating concerning behaviors.
    • Title IX coordinators respond to individuals who have been victims of gender-based discrimination, harassment or sexual misconduct.
    • The Police respond to immediate threats to life and property.
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