NCPACE – Navy College Program for Afloat College Education

NCPACE gives Sailors an opportunity to continue their college education while at sea. Dallas Colleges Online of the colleges of DCCCD continues to serve hundreds of sailors each year by delivering technology-based courses on submarines and surface ships worldwide.

Our course offerings are:

  • BIOL 1322 – Principles of Nutrition:
    Syllabus for - MP4 (PDF 700 KB)
  • BUSI 1301 – Business Principles:
    Course Syllabus (PDF 774 KB)
  • ECON 2301 – Principles of Economics I:
    Syllabus for - CD (PDF 695 KB)  ||   MP4 (PDF 694 KB)
  • ECON 2302 – Principles of Economics II:
    Syllabus for - CD (PDF 709 KB)  ||   MP4 (PDF 709 KB)
  • ENGL 1301 – Composition I:
    Syllabus for - MP4 (PDF 729 KB)
  • ENGL 1302 – Composition II:
    Syllabus for - MP4 (PDF 918 KB)
  • HIST 1301 – History of the United States I:
    Syllabus for - CD (PDF 745 KB)  ||   MP4 (PDF 647 KB)
  • HIST 1302 – History of the United States II:
    Syllabus for - CD (PDF 524 KB)  ||   MP4 (PDF 524 KB)
  • PHED 1304 – Health for Today:
    Syllabus for - CD (PDF 639 KB)  ||   MP4 (PDF 639 KB)
  • SOCI 1301 – Introduction to Sociology:
    Syllabus for - CD (PDF 635 KB)   ||   MP4 (PDF 636 KB)

For more information, contact Evelyn Wong at ewong@dcccd.edu or 972-669-6534.

NCPDLP – Navy College Program Distance Learning Partnership

As part of the colleges of the DCCCD, Dallas Colleges Online offers many opportunities for Navy personnel through the Navy College Distance Learning Partnership.

Awarding of credit by transfer or military experience is based on an individual evaluation of your SMART and academic transcripts. Please be advised that while a great amount of credit may be accepted, not all of these credits may be applied to degree requirements (especially in the case of required core academic courses).

Navy Tuition Assistance

  • Tuition Assistance (TA) is the Navy's educational financial assistance program. It provides active duty personnel funding for tuition costs for courses taken in an off-duty status at a college, university or vocational/technical institution, whose regional or national accreditation is recognized by the Department of Education.
  • Your command approved Tuition Assistance Application must be submitted to your supporting Navy College Office or Marine Corps Education Center for processing.
  • Once received by your Navy College Office/Marine Corps Education Center and authorized, your supporting Navy College Office/Marine Corps Education Center will prepare a TA Authorization Voucher for you to provide to The Dallas Colleges Online. Keep a copy for your records.

The Dallas Colleges Online is authorized to use the Eastfield College school code: 2539A.

Send all documents to Dallas Colleges Online:

Fax: Attention Business Office: 972-669-6585

Policies for Military Students

To ensure compliance with career goals and voluntary education requirements, Servicemembers are strongly encouraged to speak with their installation or command educational services office or virtual advising center. The Dallas County Community College District understands active duty Servicemembers’ challenge of trying to carve out the time you need for school. If you’re feeling that strain, talk to the advisors with Dallas Colleges Online about programs you can take advantage of to continue your education.

The Higher Education Relief Opportunities For Students (HEROES) Act of 2003 aims to make sure Servicemembers receiving student aid are not affected because of their military status. Among those who are eligible for the HEROES Act of 2003 are, along with their spouses and dependents, active duty military and members of the National Guard serving during a war.

You should also speak to your advisor about getting a course extension, should you not be able to include any work for a class because of military obligation.

DCCCD also has a course withdrawal process specifically for active duty students.

Readmission of Service Members

Schools are obligated to readmit any Servicemembers who cannot attend school because of military service with the same academic status they had when they were last in school or when they were accepted into the school.

If you leave school because of military service and plan on returning, you need to inform the school. To do so, follow the readmission policies in the Federal Student Aid Handbook.