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DCCC Invites the Public to Fall Open House 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 advance their educational and professional goals through education,” Jenny Ferguson, Recruiter and Outreach Counselor, said. “Open House is a wonderful ‘no pressure’ opportunity for future students and their families to learn about what DCCC has to offer.”

The event includes campus tours, information on financial aid and career development, as well as faculty meet and greets. DCCC is a multi-generational college, with students from all walks of life. Students interested in earning credits that transfer to four-year colleges and universities will find clear pathways to continuing their education. Student seeking more immediate career advancement can gain valuable workforce skills in programs focused career technical education.

“DCCC students graduate ready to put the skills they’ve acquired to work in industries ranging from manufacturing, healthcare, business, education, technology and more,” Ferguson said. “DCCC offers an affordable, high-quality education with options for certifications, diplomas and degrees. Our faculty and staff are committed to helping students meet their goals.”

The college offers both online and classroom options. Associate degree programs are designed to be completed in two years, while many other programs options can be completed in less than two years.

To learn more about DCCC’s Fall Open House and to register, visit DavidsonCCC.edu/OpenHouse.


About Davidson County Community College

Founded in 1963, Davidson County Community College is a fully accredited, multi-campus college where students of all ages and backgrounds pursue academic and career-focused education in order to build successful futures. As one of 58 institutions within the North Carolina Community College System, DCCC offers more than 40 degree and professional certificate programs to students in Davidson and Davie counties, as well as affordable college-credit coursework to students who plan to transfer to 4-year universities. With a mission to serve the changing needs of students competing in a global environment, DCCC is committed to quality education, innovative and equitable learning experiences, training, and support across a wide range of 21st-century career fields. Visit Davidson County Community College at DavidsonCCC.edu.