Academic advising is an ongoing, shared partnership between you and your advisor that focuses on practically helping you identify, plan and achieve your academic goals.
Admissions The Admissions Office provides, serves and promotes the need to pursue higher educational opportunities to prospective learners through Doña Ana County and neighboring communities. This will be achieved through an open door admissions policy, recruitment and retention efforts to enhance the educational needs of students and the quality of lives in Southern New Mexico.
To assist the student, the college, and the community with the development of their employment strategies.
DACC Student Counseling Center provides services based on the overall mission of the College, and the highest ethical and professional standards in the fields of counseling, psychology and psychotherapy. These services help students achieve their academic goals, learn healthy life skills and coping skills to develop positive interpersonal relationships, and reach their full potential for lifelong learning and active, responsible citizenship within the community.
Dual credit is a statewide program for eligible high school students who want to explore college courses while receiving high school elective credit. In most cases, the college courses and books are FREE to students.
Doña Ana Community College Office of Financial Aid & Scholarships strives to provide financial resources for students pursuing higher education by assisting with the elimination of financial barriers. We are committed to promoting an affordable and accessible education to a diverse student population.
Registering for courses at DACC is an easy process that you as a student can do at your convenience via a Web site.
DACC Testing Services offers information and administers a variety of State and National exams. As our client, you will have a test environment free of distractions and intimidation. Our goal is to administer exams in a pleasant, quiet, and comfortable atmosphere to help reduce any test anxiety.
Find information and events for student government, organizations and special events.
Services for Students with Disabilities (SSD) provides academic and accommodations to DACC students who are eligible as outlined in the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) of 1990 and Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973.
The Veterans Services Office at Dona Ana Community College works in partnership with the Veterans Administration to assist Veterans and dependents eligible to participate in the Montgomery GI Bill Education Benefits Program.