DMACC Student Conduct

How To Reach Us

Due to the continued health concerns surrounding the spread of COVID -19, the Judicial Office is operating remotely off campus. Should you have questions or concerns, please contact Debbie McKittrick at or by calling 515-964-6574 and leaving a message.  In your email or voice message, please leave your name, telephone number, and a brief summary of what you would like to have addressed. This will allow for the access and review of pertinent files or reports prior to a return call to you.

The hours of operation will continue to be:
Monday–Friday: 8:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.

Please visit the following Coronavirus website for more DMACC updates and resources.

By voluntary enrollment at DMACC, students assume the obligation and responsibility of conducting themselves in accordance with the reasonable and lawful requirements of DMACC in its educational functions and processes. Violations of these responsibilities may result in sanctions that can include expulsion from the institution.

All students are expected to conduct themselves in such a manner as to show respect for properly constituted authority, exhibit and maintain integrity and honor in all matters related to the College and not interfere with or disrupt the orderly educational processes of the College.

Judicial Officer
Building 1, Ankeny Campus
(515) 964-6574, 1-800-362-2127
(515) 965-7154 (Fax)