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Affairs of the DCCCD, as a whole and as committed individuals, strives
for excellence through a student-centered philosophy, which emphasizes
innovative thinking, modeling of positive behavior, and mentoring. To
inspire and sustain us in these efforts and provide focus and meaning
to our work, we adopt these themes and values as the common thread which
binds us. Our themes and values transcend
individual campuses, job descriptions and departmental mission
statements and illuminate the ideals to which we aspire in each
interaction we undertake.Student-Centered PhilosophyStudent-Centered Philosophy means that our students and their needs are the driving force for our behaviors. Quality ContactQuality
Contact means we strive for a meaningful interaction in which we
validate and support the persons involved and help them move closer to
their goals. TeamworkTeamwork
means that our services, through broad and disparate, are offered
collectively in the name of helping our students, staff and colleagues
IntegrityIntegrity means our actions are consistent with our values and principles. FlexibilityFlexibility
means we adjust to change and are resilient and ready to adapt to new,
different, or changing requirements or situations.