DACC Catalog 2014-2015
Catalog - Bulletin
The official Bulletin of Danville Area Community College is defined asthis publication together with amendments and changes which are made fromtime to time and are contained in the official master curriculum file inthe Office of Instruction.
Danville Area Community College is an Equal Opportunity/AffirmativeAction institution. It is the policy of Danville Area Community Collegeto provide equality of opportunity in education (and employment) for allstudents (and personnel). Discrimination based on race, color, sex,religion, age, national origin, ancestry, marital status, unfavorabledischarge from military service, mental or physical disability, veteranstatus, sexual orientation, or any basis of discrimination precluded bythe applicable federal and state statutes, is strictly prohibited.
The College is committed to a program of affirmative action to alterpatterns of growth and employment which indicate underutilization ofmembers of minority groups and women, whether in administration, faculty,classified staff, or students. The College further pledges itself to aprogram of affirmative action to employ, and advance in employment,qualified handicapped individuals, disabled veterans and veterans of theVietnam era.
Danville Area Community College welcomes enrollment of disabledstudents at DACC. The College fully supports the laws and regulationswhich protect students with disabilities. The College can provideassistance to students who request special accommodations in advancethrough the Student Success Center, Cannon Hall, 217.443.8853.
This Bulletin does not constitute a contract between the student andDanville Area Community College (District 507) in the Counties ofVermilion, Edgar, Iroquois, Champaign, and Ford, in the State of Illinois.All classes, institutes and workshops will be held subject to sufficientstudent enrollment as determined by the administration.
Danville Area Community College es una institucion que da oportunidadesiguales y accion afirmativa de acuerdo con los Derechos Civiles y nodiscrimina a base de raza, religion, origen nacional, sexo, edad,invalidades o cualquier otro motivo prohibido por la ley en nungunprograma de educacion, actividades, admisiones o practicas de empleo.
Preguntas relacionadas a estos derechos seran referidas a la Oficina dePersonal, Danville Area Community College, 2000 East Main Street,Vermilion Hall, telefono 1-217-443-3222, o al Director de Office for CivilRights, Department of Health and Human Resources, Washington, D.C.20201.