Any student who registers for 15+ credits for Fall 2021 will receive a $600 tuition waiver. The student must complete all of the credits to retain the waiver.
Arrange to register in person, via Zoom, or over the phone by calling 217-443-8750 or go to https://dacc.edu/aac to schedule an appointment.
Remember that even when the college is closed you can schedule an Advising & Counseling appointment online using out NEW online scheduling system at the Advising & Counseling webpage: https://dacc.edu/aac.
Some classes may be offered in a modified hybrid to ensure social distancing. A robust menu of totally online courses is available for those wo wish to preserve the optimum social distance.
Local and affordable courses available in daytime, nighttime, on campus, online, and in Hoopeston for your convenience.
DACC offers locally in-demand programs with competitive starting salaries that will work for you.
Limit college debt. Save more than $10,000 per year on the first two years of a Bachelor's degree and then transfer to the university of your choice.
Enroll in a 3+1 program to take 3 years of DACC courses and then a final year of online classes from a participating university partner in more than 30 degree programs.
Local families have saved nearly $750,000 when high school students enrolled in college-level courses for both high school and college credit.
Indiana residents living in the seven counties nearest the DACC district (Vermillion, Parke, Fountain, Warren, Tippecanoe, Benton, and Montgomery) receive a special tuition rate.
Indiana residents who work 35+ hours within the DACC district receive in-district tuition rates, as do the dependents living in their home (spouse, children).
DACC delivers hands-on career training and university transfer classes in a safe and healthy learning environment. DACC delivers a full complement of courses that are IAI-approved for transfer to any Illinois university when you’re ready. DACC delivers peace of mind while keeping you on track to your educational goals.
Health checkpoints are located in entry foyers for your protection. Face covering must be worn in all public spaces and classrooms, and in offices where social distancing is not possible. Students & visitors must adhere to any instructor’s or office’s safety requirements.
Remember, we are #strongertogether!
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