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DACC LISTS HONOR STUDENTS FOR SPRING 2021

Danville Area Community College has released a list of its honor students for the Spring 2021 Semester.
 
A student must carry 12 or more credit hours and a straight A (4.0) average on a 4.0 scale to be included on the President’s List. To be included on the Honor’s List, a student must carry 12 or more credit hours and have a B+ (3.5) grade point average on a 4.0 scale.

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Spring 2021 President’s & Honor’s List

DACC President’s List Spring 2021

DACC Adult Education Fall 2021 Classes

Enrollment for fall ESL class and GED/High School Equivalency test prep courses is now open at Danville Area Community College. These Adult Education classes are FREE!

• English As A Second Language On Campus Class begins August 23 and will be held Monday-Thursday from 8AM-11AM.

• GED/HiSET On Campus Morning Class begins August 23 and will be held Monday-Thursday from 9AM-Noon.

• GED/HiSET On Campus Evening Class begins August 30 and will be held on Monday’s and Wednesday’s from 5:30PM-8:30PM.

Application Deadline for Fall 2021 Echocardiography at DACC

Learn Echocardiography at Danville Area Community College! The application deadline is August 5th for the Fall 2021 cohort. Go to https://www.dacc.edu/depts/echo for details and application. For more information contact Jamie Moreland at 217-554-1659 or jmoreland@dacc.edu

The Echocardiography Advanced Certificate is granted to those students who successfully complete the career curriculum that is Echocardiography.

DACC offering in-person classes for Fall 2021

Register now for Fall classes at Danville Area Community College. The Fall 2021 term begins August 23.

DACC will be offering in-person classes for the Fall semester. Many classes are also available online.

Full time students receive a $600 Fall tuition discount*. (*Must complete the full time course load.)

Call 217-443-8750 to make an appointment with Advisement & Counseling or walk-ins every Wednesday or visit www.dacc.edu/aac to schedule an advisement appointment.

Volunteers Needed to Join the Ranks of DACC's Literacy Tutors - Help an adult learn to read

Did you know that one in every five adults has difficulty reading the newspaper, the instructions on a medicine bottle, or a note from their child’s teacher? There are more than  20 million adults in the United States -- hundreds locally – who share this problem. Literacy tutors are needed to assist these adults in improving their reading skills.

Groundbreaking Scheduled for Hegeler Hall at DACC

Groundbreaking Scheduled for Hegeler Hall at DACC
Former Army Reserve Center Is a Tribute to Beloved Benefactor

The Julius W. Hegeler II legacy continues to grow at DACC.

DACC Commencement Includes Seven “Dual” Grads

When Danville Area Community College recognizes graduates at the Commencement Ceremony in Mary Miller Gymnasium Friday night, included in their number will be seven recent high school graduates. Like, really recent…

Adrienne Arlington and Kamden Knight graduated from Georgetown Ridge Farm High School on Saturday, May 15, and Fiona Pelszynski and Tinlee Shepherd graduated from Westville High School on Sunday, May 16. Makynzie Miller, Hayven Torres, and Anna Kedas will graduate from Salt Fork High School on Saturday, May 30.

DACC 2021 Graduates by Town

Danville Area Community College is pleased to confer degrees and certificates on more than 340 graduates during Commencement exercises on Friday, May 21, 2019 at 7PM in Mary Miller Gymnasium. While the COVID -19 pandemic has made a significant impact on the last 14 months of these graduates’ lives, the College is pleased to be able to offer an in-person ceremony with limited guest seating.

DACC Graduation Ceremony Will Be Live and Live-Streamed

DACC to Confer Degrees at 2021 Commencement Exercises
Ceremony Will Be Live and Live-Streamed

Volunteers Needed to Join the Ranks of DACC's Literacy Tutors

Help an adult learn to read

Did you know that one in every five adults has difficulty reading the newspaper, the instructions on a medicine bottle, or a note from their child’s teacher? There are more than  20 million adults in the United States -- hundreds locally – who share this problem. Literacy tutors are needed to assist these adults in improving their reading skills.

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