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DCCC is One of 18 College Campuses Partnering with Food Lion Feeds & NC Campus Compact to Address Food Insecurity in North Carolina

Nov 15, 2018

November 15, 2018 – North Carolina Campus Compact announced this week they have joined forces with Food Lion Feeds to launch a “Collegiate Challenge” mobilizing colleges & universities to address hunger in their local community. Davidson County Community College is one among a group of 18 geographically diverse schools — including 4-year colleges and universities and […]

Davie Campus receives state grant to help students finish degrees

Nov 14, 2018

November 14, 2018 – The Davie Campus at Davidson County Community College has been awarded $10,000 in partnership with the Piedmont Triad Regional Workforce Development Board from the state’s Finish Line Grants program. The program is an initiative to help community college students across North Carolina complete their training and education when facing unforeseen emergencies. Students […]

DCCC Invites the Public to Fall Open House 2018

Nov 05, 2018

November 5, 2018 – Davidson County Community College invites the public to explore over 40 programs of study at its Fall Open House on November 13, from 4:00  to 7:00 p.m. on the Davidson Campus. Faculty, staff and students will be available to speak with interested members of the community. “Our doors are always open to anyone looking to […]

Davidson County Community College and UNC Greensboro Announce New Co-Admissions Program

Nov 01, 2018

November 1, 2018 – Davidson County Community College (DCCC) and UNC Greensboro (UNCG) have partnered to create a smooth and continuous transition for community college students. Current and prospective DCCC students seeking to continue their studies and earn a bachelor’s degree can now enroll in the new co-admissions program called DCCC Spartan Passage. The program aims […]

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Helping students cross the ‘Finish Line’: DavidsonWorks awarded grant to aid DCCC students finish their degrees

Oct 25, 18

October 25, 2018 – DavidsonWorks has been awarded $35,000 in partnership with Davidson County Community College from the state’s Finish Line Grants program. The program is an initiative to help community college students across North Carolina complete their training and education when facing unforeseen emergencies. Students are able to apply for a set amount of money […]

Public invited to DCCC Open Aquarium Days, ZAS special events

Oct 19, 18

Who: Davidson County Community College – Zoo & Aquarium Science (ZAS) program faculty and students What: DCCC Open Aquarium Days and Zoo and Aquarium Science special events Where: Sinclair Building at Davidson County Community College Davidson Campus, 297 DCC Road, Thomasville, NC 27360 When: Open Aquarium Days will take place on the following dates: Friday, Oct. 19 – […]

DCCC Hosts Ribbon Cutting Ceremony for the New Smith Health Sciences Center

Oct 10, 18

October 10, 2018 – Davidson County Community College celebrated the completion of the Sarah and Edward Smith Health Sciences Center yesterday during a ribbon cutting ceremony on the Davidson campus. The event highlighted the many contributions that made the building possible. In addition to the Smith family, support for the center came from the federal government, […]

Davie County students explore career opportunities at DCCC

Oct 09, 18

October 9, 2018 – It was a quiet morning on the Davie campus of Davidson County Community College on Oct. 5. Then, a boisterous noise thundered through the air. The pull of a tractor-trailer horn was just one of the sounds and sights of National Manufacturing Day in Davie County. Eighth grade students from South Davie, […]

DCCC names fourth college president

Sep 21, 18

September 21, 2018  – The Davidson County Community College Board of Trustees has selected Dr. Darrin L. Hartness as the next president of the college. The North Carolina State Board of Community Colleges affirmed the local board’s decision this morning during their September meeting. Hartness will be the fourth college president in the school’s 55 […]

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