Provides support during the admission and registration process; assists with graduation applications and official transcript requests.
All students who have declared a major are assigned an advisor. Advisors help you create a Personalized Education Plan (PEP) to stay on track to graduation.
Provides financial guidance to students as they pursue their educational goals; assists students with completion of the FAFSA.
Handles student billing and tuition; provides information about student accounts.
Offers a large variety of products including textbooks, supplies, technology, school gear, and accessories.
Provides free tutoring for currently enrolled DCC students in a wide range of subject areas.
Provides proctored testing and make-up testing services for distance learning courses.
Helps students with decisions and information about transferring to four-year colleges and universities.
Provides additional resources to help meet your needs while at DCC.
Helps students with decisions on a broad range of educational and career concerns including program placement.
DCC encourages our students to get engaged in our wide variety of student activities as well as get involved in our student clubs and organizations.
Official academic transcripts are provided free of charge to the college, business, or recipient of your choice.
Provides free tutoring for a wide variety of math courses offered at DCC and serves as an open computer lab for general computer usage related to other classes.
Technology Help Desk
Q: How do I find out what I’m supposed to do for my classes now that I don’t go on the campus for classes?
Q: Who can I contact if I have questions about what courses to take?
A: Faculty advisors are available to help students select courses. To schedule an appointment with a faculty advisor, contact them through Navigate. If you need help scheduling an appointment in Navigate, refer to the scheduling guide. If you are a new student, contact email@example.com for guidance.
Q: How do I register for classes?
A: There are multiple ways to register for classes.
- You can register for classes online through myDCC or through Navigate.
- Advisors are available to meet with you by email, phone, or virtually through Zoom
Q: How do I apply for financial aid?
A: New students will need to complete the 2020-2021 FAFSA. Please monitor your email and/or myDCC account for any items required for verification. You can check your awards in your Student Center in the Student Information System (SIS). For additional questions, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Complete a Free Application for Federal Students Aid (FAFSA).
- DCC's school code is 003758.
- Contact the Educational Opportunity Center for help completing this application at 434-797-8577.
- You must be a high school graduate or have your GED and submit your high school transcript or equivalent showing your graduation/completion date.
Q: How do I submit documents for Financial Aid?
A: Some items can be submitted/uploaded within the Student Information System (SIS) by clicking on the item listed under your To-Do list in Student Center. Forms can be downloaded from the Financial Aid Forms page and either submitted securely, or mailed in to the college. Someone will be periodically checking for any documents mailed in.
Q: How do I apply for scholarships?
A: Visit our scholarships page.
Q: How do I purchase books?
A: DCC's bookstore offers comprehensive services through its website, available at bookstore.danville.edu.
If you have any questions about your books, please call 434-797-8426.
Q: Will DCC still hold student events?
A: Yes, DCC will hold student events during the COVID-19 pandemic. Check your email frequently for details about these events. Activities will be held primarily via email, Canvas, and Zoom. Some events will be held on campus using social distancing policies outlined in the UKnighted: 6 Feet Apart campaign.
Q: What if I need internet access?
Q: What technology resources are available to me since I’m new to online classes?
A: Students can receive free access to antivirus software and the Microsoft Suite at resources.vccs.edu.
Q: How do I know if I have a refund?
A: Complete the following steps:
- Navigate to dcc.afford.com
- Click Resend Registration Email
- Enter your student email address and click Resend Registration Email
- Check your student email in myDCC for details on how to enroll
Q: How do I use the Student Information System (SIS) for viewing my account, check your financial aid award, view your grades, request transcripts, dropping classes, and more?
A: We have prepared this guide to help you.