DMACC Consumer Information

DMACC Consumer Information

Federal regulations require colleges and universities to provide to prospective and enrolled students specific consumer information concerning the institution, financial aid, and institutional policies.

The following list includes links to this information. In addition, information concerning DMACC is also available at the National Center for Education Statistics (http://nces.ed.gov/ipeds/cool) and the following DMACC's website at www.dmacc.edu and through the following DMACC publications: DMACC's Course Catalog, DMACC Credit Schedules, DMACC Student Handbook, and special program brochures.

DMACC Nondiscrimination Statement

ADA and Civil Rights
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Drug-Free Schools and Campuses
Information Disclosure for Students and Employees
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DMACC Drug-Free Schools and Campuses information is also available on the DMACC Safety web site.

 

Annual Compliance Information
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DMACC Confidential Hotline
Click here

Accreditation and Licensure
Click here

Academic Programs
Click here 

Facilities
Click here

Follow the links below for more information: