News Releases

Aug. 21, 2014 – Davidson County Community College students and community members can explore the world this fall through a series of international “Passport Events” scheduled on the Davidson and Davie campuses.

The events include:

Aug. 20, 2014 – Davidson County Community College’s Small Business Center will offer Business Speaks, a free three-part series on business communication for three weeks in September.

Aug. 20, 2014 – For the first time this fall, Davidson County Community College will offer Arabic and Russian language courses taught by native speakers visiting the college through the Fulbright Foreign Language Teaching Assistant program.

Aug. 19, 2014 – Davidson County Community College introduced the 2014 Storm volleyball team during its annual National Letter of Intent signing day Monday in the Mary E. Rittling Conference Center on the Davidson Campus.

Aug. 18, 2014 – Davidson County Community College welcomes home nationally acclaimed photographer and Lexington native George Grubb as he headlines the college’s annual Fall Art Show opening today as students return to campus for classes.

Aug. 14, 2014 – Davidson County Community College and Upswing, an online tutoring and coaching service, recently entered into a partnership to offer 24/7 online tutoring to DCCC students.

Aug. 13, 2014 – Davidson County Community College will feature an exciting lineup of events open to the community during the 2014 fall semester. Events include music, cultural performances and well-known speakers.

Aug. 12, 2014 – Animal care internships are about more than interacting with endangered animals. There’s the cleaning – spraying and squeegeeing the stalls, raking the outdoor areas and scooping animal waste.

August 7, 2014 – Residents in northern Davidson County interested in earning a high school credential can achieve that goal in their own neighborhood when Davidson County Community College offers a new High School Equivalency preparation class at the North Davidson Library

July 31, 2014 – Eight Thomasville High School graduates got a head start on what they can expect in college classs this fall as participants in the Summer Bridge Program, a partnership between the high school and Davidson County Community College.

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