Upcoming Payment Deadlines
The Business Office will begin accepting payment for Spring 2 2021 courses on February 16, 2021 and for Summer 2021 courses on April 5, 2021. Students who have not paid tuition & fees by the deadline will be dropped from classes.
Course Start Dates
Spring 1 2021 courses begin January 11, 2021
Spring 2 2021 courses begin March 15, 2021
Summer 2021 courses begin June 7, 2021
Accepted Payment Methods
Credit or Debit Card (MasterCard, Visa or Discover)
- StormTrac – View Account Activity and Make Payments
Cash, Check, Money Order, Credit or Debit Card (MasterCard, Visa, or Discover)
Business Office, Brooks Student Center 2nd Floor
Mon.-Fri. 8 a.m. – 5 p.m.
Holiday Closing: The campus will be closed to the public
Summer Hours (Dates TBD):
Mon.-Thurs. 7:30-5, Fri. 8 a.m. -noon
Mon.-Fri. 8 a.m. – 5 p.m.
(see summer hours and holiday
Check, Money Order, Credit or Debit Card (MasterCard, Visa, or Discover)
Davidson County Community College
PO Box 1287
Lexington, NC 27293
Scholarships, Grants, Student Loans, Veteran’s Assistance
Priority Dates to Complete FAFSA:
- Spring 1 2021 – November 1, 2020
- Spring 2 2021 – February 1, 2021
- Summer 2021 – April 1, 2021
Priority Dates to Have Financial Aid in Place:
- Spring 1 2021 – November 15, 2020
- Spring 2 2021 – February 15, 2021
- Summer 2021 – April 15, 2021
Students who apply for Financial Aid after the priority date may need to pay for tuition, fees, books, and supplies out-of-pocket.
Employer Tuition Assistance, TAA or Davidson Works, Active Duty Military, TEACH, Scholarships (outside DCCC)
Students who have received approval to charge tuition and fees to a third party are responsible for ensuring that the AUTHORIZATION FORM is received in the Business Office by the payment deadline. The Business Office email address is email@example.com and fax number is 336.249.0379.
- Students may purchase textbooks from the Davidson-Davie Bookstore on the Davidson Campus or online through the bookstore’s website.
- In-person bookstore charging for students who are receiving financial aid or sponsorships from an outside agency will be from:
- Spring 1 2021: January 4-15, 2021
- Spring 2 2021: March 8-19, 2021
- Summer 2021: June 1-11, 2021
- The charging deadline cannot be extended so ask a Bookstore associate about preordering any items out of stock during this time.
- An email will be sent to your Davidson-Davie email account a few weeks before the beginning of the semester with more details. See the Financial Aid Disbursement Guide on our website for more information.
- Prior to the start of a course, schedule changes can be made in StormTrac.
- Once the course begins, advisor permission is required to drop or add.
- A student may add/audit a course through the first day of the Academic Period. An Academic Period is defined as an academic term or subdivision of an academic term during which the College schedules a set of course sections (i.e. 16 week, 8 week). Instructor permission is required to audit.
- Students may drop a course(s) without a grade through the 10% date of the course. Between the 10% date and the 75% date of the course, a W (Withdrawal) will be recorded on the student’s transcript. The W grade does not compute in the student’s GPA. Drops will not be processed after the 75% date of the course.
- Students who cease to complete the term either by officially withdrawing or who stop attending will be reviewed for a return of unearned financial aid funds. Students who fall below half time (6 credit hours) are not eligible for federal student loans. Withdrawals calculate as attempted credits which negatively affect a student’s progression toward Satisfactory Academic Progress (SAP).
The refund policy is established by state legislation in Title 23 of the North Carolina Administrative Code and is subject to change without prior notice to students. A 100% refund of tuition and fees may be granted if a student officially withdraws before the first day of the course. A 75% refund of tuition may be granted if a student officially withdraws before the 10% date of the course. Refunds cannot be granted when a student officially withdraws after the 10% date of the course.