Academic Achievement Center

​How to Reach Us

Academic support/tutoring for students is now available remotely in two ways.

  1.  DMACC Online Tutoring (DOT) Work with faculty through an online platform called Collaborate.
    https://www.dmacc.edu/urban/aac/Pages/welcome.aspx
  2. DMACC Tutoring through Email (DTE) Work with faculty to answer questions through email.
    https://www.dmacc.edu/academicachievement/Pages/welcome.aspx


Check out these links for good tips and strategies for studying.
https://www.dmacc.edu/academicachievement/Pages/aacreading.aspx
 
Check this link which has good recommendations for adjusting your study habits while studying remotely.
https://www.dmacc.edu/coronavirus/Pages/study-habits.aspx


The Academic A​chievement Centers located on each campus are available to you if you are:

  1. A full-time and part-time student seeking assistance with college course work, especially in the areas of math, science, English, reading, and study skills.
  2. An adult working toward high school completion (HiSET or high school equivalency diploma (HSED Option #2) or completing a program of basic literacy skills (ABE).
  3. A student pursuing studies for academic upgrading, prerequisites or enrichment.

Instructors will diagnose academic skill levels, establish individual programs of study, and assist in the learning process. Your progress is set at a pace based on your ability, your interest, needs and time available for learning.

​​​The Academic A​chievement Centers located on each campus are available to you if you are:

  1. A full-time and part-time student seeking assistance with college course work, especially in the areas of math, science, English, reading, and study skills.
  2. An adult working toward high school completion (HiSET or  high school equivalency diploma (HSED Option #2) or completing a program of basic literacy skills (ABE).
  3. A student pursuing studies for academic upgrading, prerequisites or enrichment.

Instructors will diagnose academic skill levels, establish individual programs of study, and assist in the learning process. Your progress is set at a pace based on your ability, your interest, needs and time available for learning.

Visit our campus AAC websites:


​Locations & Contact

Ankeny Bldg 6 Rm 19A
515-965-7004
1-800-362-2127 ext 7004

Boone Rm 102
515-433-5096
1-800-362-2127

Carroll Rm 157
712-792-8307
1-800-362-2127

Newton Rm 109
641-791-3622
1-800-362-2127

Urban Bldg 1 Rm 204
515-248-7204
1-800-362-2127

West Rm 119W
515-633-2472
1-800-362-2127

*Summer hours may vary