DSCC does not publish a catalog. You can view the catalog and student handbook at www.dscc.edu.
You will receive information in the mail from Records about logging into MyDSCC. After you receive your Username and Password , you can view which admissions requirements have been completed and which requirements are still needed , find the name of your advisor , view the schedule of classes for the upcoming term , register for classes and view any holds that might prevent you from registering.
The deadline to apply for admission is the last day to register or add a class: however , you are strongly encouraged to apply early so that you will have the best selection of classes. Admission applications for international applicants are different: please contact the Admissions Office at 731.286.3350.
You can check the status of your admission application online at www.dscc.edu or you can call the One Stop at 731.286.3350.
Yes. Go to www.dscc.edu and click the Apply Now.
Contact your high school guidance counselor or our Admissions Counselor at 731.286.3324.
New students may register either on our website www.dscc.edu or in the One Stop desk located at the main campus in Dyersburg, the Gibson County Center in Trenton and the Jimmy Naifeh Center in Covington.
Dyersburg State's tuition is set each June by the Tennessee Board of Regents. Fees include maintenance fees , technology access fees , campus access fees , a student activity fee , and an international studies fee. Other fees vary according to the number of credit hours taken , such as online courses , RODP courses and dual enrollment courses taught in high schools. In addition to maintenance fees , tuition is charged to non-TN residents.
Yes , please visit our website at www.dscc.edu and click on Apply Now, then follow the simple directions. If you need help , please contact the One Stop at 731.286.3350.
We are glad to mail information to students such as the Application for Admission or Readmission. Please contact us at 731.286.3350: information is usually mailed on the day of the request.
As an accredited institution of Council on Colleges of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools (SACS) , the undergraduate curriculum at Dyersburg State is designed to consider the institutions to which students transfer. DSCC credits will transfer to all Tennesseee Board of Regents institutions and most other institutions of higher education in the state of Tennessee.
Admission requirements vary according to your most recent educational experience. All students will need to apply, provide transcripts, provide ACT or COMPASS scores, and supply immunization information.
Tennessee law requires that each full-time student must provide proof of two doses of the MMR vaccine. If you graduated from a TN public high school in 1993 or later, the requirement will be met when we receive an official copy of your high school transcript. You may enroll in up to 11 hours without providing proof of MMR immunizations.
You need to be able to demonstrate that Tennessee is your true, fixed, permanent resident. To determine whether or not you are an in-state resident, complete an Application for Residency. This application details those items that constitutes TN residency. Residents of Pemiscot and Dunklin counties in MO and Mississippi County in AR are considered in-state for fee-paying purposes.
There is a purpose for every letter that is sent to you from Dyersburg State and each letter should be opened and read. Every letter sent will either contain important information you need to know or requests for action that you need to take.
The only requirement for admission to the college is the completion of an application for admission (either online or print copy). Also , degree-seeking applicants under 21 must provide official ACT scores. There is no age requirement.
Once you have applied to the college and your transcripts from other schools have been received , an official transfer evaluation will be done. Credit is contingent upon course equivalence , content , and grades.
Yes , SAT scores can be used in place of ACT scores.