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Dallas Christian College Names Department of Teacher Education After Longtime Supporters E.L. & Sue Derr

Matthew Meeks VP for Communications mmeeks@dallas.edu FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: October 8, 2015  E.L. and Sue Derr were always interested in education, and they were interested in DCC going back to the mid 1970’s. Their children, Bob, David, and Elizabeth, were very involved in the youth group at Haltom City Christian Church in Haltom City, Texas. Although Mr. and Mrs. Derr met and married while at Texas Tech, their son David decided to go into the ministry, and chose Dallas Christian College – and the Derr Family connection began. Haltom City Christian Church, one of the longest supporting churches of DCC, planted...

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DCC Campus Closes for a Day, All Serve in South Dallas

On one particular day each semester you will find the DCC campus closed. Is school out? Not even close. On this day, faculty, staff and students are putting into practice what they teach and preach – responding to Christ’s call for his people to faithful in their service to those in need. “Service day is a great chance to get to know students that I never have in class, that I don’t spend much time with but get to serve side by side with. “ Said Gary Hardy, Professor of Practical Ministries. Junior student, Keldrick Brown added: “Jesus said,...

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Dallas Christian College featured in USA TODAY – listed #9 on “15 least expensive Colleges to earn your degree”

DALLAS, Texas– Dallas Christian College faculty and staff were notified early in January of an article published online at USA Today, which named DCC as one of the 15 least expensive colleges to earn a degree, #9 to be exact. President Brian Smith was pleased to see the College was included in the list, but added “it is no surprise to see DCC on this list of least expensive colleges to earn a degree.

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DCC’s Teacher Education Program Receives TEA Accreditation

DALLAS, Texas- Dallas Christian College has been notified that the Texas State Board of Educator Certification officially approved the Texas Education Agency’s recommendation for accreditation of DCC’s Teacher Education program. Now students who complete their education degree at DCC will have the opportunity to be both TEA and ACSI certified once state certification examinations are completed.

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