Most Winter Term classes start Monday, Dec. 16. It's not too late to register! Click here to check the schedule.
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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.
Start your planning now. Priority registration for Winter/Spring classes begins Nov. 19, while regular registration starts on Nov. 25.
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
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Registration for the Spring and Winter terms is now underway at Cedar Valley. Visit Building L to register in person. For advising, email email@example.com or call 972-860-8262.
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