Some classes are restricted to certain groups of students and are unavailable for online registration; therefore, they cannot be added to your Class Cart.
Examples include classes related to dual credit, early college high school, and corporate training.
Please contact an advisor for more information.
This class no longer has any available/open seats and may no longer be added to the class cart.
Note: You may submit a request for an additional class to be offered via the "Request Section" link in the "Open Seats/Capacity" section.
Thank you for your interest in enrolling in this section. This course has reached its enrollment capacity.
This process serves to report a shortage in the availability of courses offered during the designated days and times as this course. Completing this form documents your interest in enrolling in a course similar to this section.
Please note that completing this process does not guarantee enrollment in the course you selected but rather a way to monitor class demand and may result in additional sections similar to this one being added to the class schedule.
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The Ascender Learning Community is a first-year experience program for community college students created to ensure college readiness toward completion and transfer. The Dallas College Ascender Learning Community is comprised of caring and engaged faculty, success coaches, student support staff, and mentors, who work together to create a unique atmosphere for students known as an "Academic Familia."
By participating in Ascender at Dallas College, you will: Receive navigational support through holistic advising, counseling, and career and transfer skills development.
Be required to enroll in at least 6 – 9 credit hours each semester that includes some combination of English, Math, Learning Frameworks, and other core subjects taught by Ascender-trained instructors. Engage in cultural events, leadership development, internships, and community mentorship.