North Lake College opened in 1977 as one of the seven separately accredited two-year colleges in the Dallas County Community College District. The college’s Central Campus sits on 276 acres in the Las Colinas area of Irving, Texas. In addition to the Central Campus, three community campuses provide services to the northwest quadrant of Dallas County. Approaching 37 years of service to the students and communities of Dallas County and beyond, NLC seeks a president who will position the college for the future while honoring its rich history.
North Lake College is a two-year college that is recognized for quality education and its innovative and productive partnerships with businesses, the community and other educational institutions. Irving, Texas, is home to more than 17 identified ethnic minorities and is one of the most international cities in the country. The college’s Central Campus zip code was identified as the most diverse in the country by a national real estate association. North Lake College was recognized by Community College Week as placing in the top 100 associate degree producers for minority students. Learn more about North Lake College at
The college provides a full range of freshman- and sophomore-level academic credit courses, which may be applied toward an associate degree or transferred to a four- year college or university. Career and technical education programs prepare students for entrance into the workforce.
North Lake College is a member of the national Achieving the Dream initiative and is committed to student success, access and equity. Instructional programs are complemented by a full range of student support services including advising, counseling, career development, financial aid, disability accommodations, and veteran’s affairs. Academic support services are provided by the Academic Skills Center, Math and Science Centers, and the Student Resources Center.
The college supports a diverse student body of approximately 11,564 credit students per semester composed of 28% Anglo-American; 20% African-American; 35% Hispanic; 10% Asian and 3.5% International students. Most of the college’s students attend part-time (77.6%) and the average age is 26 years old. Dual credit classes are provided to approximately 900 students in seven local high schools. In addition, there are approximately 9,000 non-credit enrollments per year.
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To ensure full consideration, all application materials should be received by February 19, 2014.
Confidential inquiries may be sent to NLC-President-Search@dcccd.edu .
The seven independently accredited colleges of the Dallas County Community College District are part of an equal opportunity system that provides education and employment opportunities without discrimination on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin, sex, disability, age, sexual orientation, gender identity or gender expression. Dallas County Community College District complies with the Americans with Disabilities and Veterans Act. If you require special accommodations in order to apply for a position, please contact the District Human Resources Office at firstname.lastname@example.org