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Dallas Christian College
Dcc seal.jpg
Motto κηρύξον τον λογον (Preach the Word)
Established 1950
Type Private Undergraduate College
President Dustin D. Rubeck
Staff 112 (adjunct/full time)
Students 336
Location Farmers Branch, Texas, United States
Campus Suburban, Just off of I-635 and I-35E
Sports NCCAA division II, ACCA

Men's & Women's Basketball,
Men's & Women's Soccer,

Women's Volleyball
Mascot Crusaders Crusaders logo.JPG
Dcc logo.gif

Dallas Christian College (DCC) is a four-year undergraduate institution affiliated with the Christian Church. Despite its name it is located in the suburb of Farmers Branch, Texas.



On 10 May 1949, Vernon Newland met with 40 concerned Texas church leaders to discuss establishing a Bible college in the Dallas area to train men and women for the ministry. Dallas Christian College opened for classes in Downtown Dallas on September 12, 1950. The present campus is located in Farmers Branch, a suburb just north of Dallas. The school has grown much and has trained over two thousand students for the ministry. It is accredited by the Association for Biblical Higher Education.[1]


DCC has men’s and women’s basketball and soccer teams as well as the addition of a men's baseball team as of fall 2009. They compete in the NCCAA and the ACCA.

Concert Choir

They go on an annual choir tour where they sing at community churches across the country. In 2006 they joined the SMU Meadows Choir to sing at the Morton H. Meyerson Symphony Center in Dallas.

Quote from the President

Dallas Christian College has been a place where men and women have come to dream about their places in the has been a place where they were actually equipped to fulfill those dreams -President Dustin D. Rubeck [2]


Educating and Mentoring Students to Be People of Influence, Under God’s Influence, For a Life of Influence


  1. ^ CHEA
  2. ^ Quotation on Dallas Christian website

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