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.
DSCC does not have a pass or fail score for the HESI. However, the higher the score, the more points you accumulate toward your total points for admission.
You may register in the Advising Centers located at the main campus and the Gibson and Tipton County centers. The advising centers are open during the summer and between the fall and spring semesters. When you apply for admission/readmission , you will be assigned an advisor who can help you plan your schedule of classes and talk with you about your educational goals. If you have already applied for admission , contact the Office of Records at 731-286-3350 for your advisor's name and contact information.
Classes can be dropped online until the deadline for withdrawing for the term at www.dscc.edu.
Yes. Go to www.dscc.edu and click on Admissions and Registration. Under the Quick Links , select Transfer Information. If your current school is not listed , check with the Office of Records about DSCC course equivalencies.
Included in the hold information is the office that set the hold. Please contact that office if you have questions about the hold. You may also contact the Office of Records office at 731.286.3350 if you have further questions.
Please contact the Admissions Counselor at 731-286-3324.
You will need to discuss your request with the applicable academic dean. You may contact the Office of Records at 731-286-3350 for contact information.
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.
Fees can be paid in the Business Office, the One Stop in the Student Center, the Jimmy Naifeh Center, or at the Gibson County Center. Fees can be paid online at www.dscc.edu or payment can be mailed to DSCC Business Office , 1510 Lake Road , Dyersburg , TN 38024. If you have any questions call 731-286-3306.
The HESI exam fee is $32.00 for the traditional nursing program and the NLN ACE exam is $60.00 for the LPN-RN Advance Standing Fast Track program. These fees are subject to change by the companies providing the exams. Once paid, the fees are non-refundable.
If you are paying your fees or if you have received notification of a financial aid award , confirm your enrollment and pay any remaining fees by logging into MyDSCC and selecting Enrollment Confirmation/Payment of Fees.
Go to www.dscc.edu. Choose Programs from the red bar. Choose either A.A.S. in Nursing or LPN-RN Fast Track Nursing. The links to the nursing packets will be located there.
Parking tickets may be paid online or to any DSCC cashier located in the Eller Building, the One Stop, the Jimmy Naifeh Center or the Gibson County Center.
The practice test is administered at the Dyer County Literacy Program located in the Dyer County Adult Education Center at 115 King Ave., Dyersburg, TN 38024.
The average for all five subject area tests must be 450.
Students register their vehicles in the LRC. You must have your vehicle license number in order to register a vehicles. Students who need a temporary parking pass , please see Angie Cole in room 122 in the Student Center.
Pre-requisites for nursing include: college prep courses (R&D) and the Pre-RN entrance exam (HESI) that have to be completed prior to the application deadline. The general education courses and science courses can be taken concurrent with the nursing courses; however, you need to pay close attention to when they are required related to the nursing courses.
You must have a GPA of 2.5 or above, successfully completed all Learning Support courses, taken the HESI exam, and completed a current nursing application. If you are not a current student at DSCC, you will also need to apply for admission as a student. If you have attended any other college or university, all transcripts must be forwarded to DSCC Records as well as the Division of Nursing prior to the application deadline.
No , because you need to have access to your information such as holds , financial aid and your fees. Please visit the Learning Resource Centers located at each DSCC center or any other location such as a public library where internet access is available.
The most current class listing is available online at www.dscc.edu under the Registration section.
The student completes a form that is sent to the State GED Office in Nashville. There is no cost for a duplicate diploma.
Please bring a photograph ID, pencils, scratch paper and a calculator.
A minimum score of 410 must be achieved on each subject area and an overall battery average of 450.
If you are under the age of 21, you will take the National or Residual ACT.
If it is your first time to take the GED, you must take the practice test administered by the Dyer County Literacy Program.
The GED tests are sent off to a national service for scoring.
The current cost of the GED is $65.00 for the full test.
There is a 30 day waiting period before you can take the GED test again.
The State GED Office in Nashville issues the GED diplomas. It typically takes 6-8 weeks after the student receives their score transcript in the mail.
When verification is complete, you will receive a financial aid award letter. You can also log into the MyDSCC Student Information System to check the status of your financial aid. Once in the system you will need to follow these instructions:
Click on the Student Tab
Click on Banner Self-Service
Click on Financial Aid
Click on Eligibility
Select the Aid Year
View Student Requirements
Verification will show as complete.
If the class added is the same as the class that was dropped , then the fees should remain the same. However , if you drop 3.0 hr class and add a 4.0 hr class , then the fees will increase. Additionally , a DSCC class that is exchanged with a RODP class will result in an increase in fees because there are additional fees associated with RODP classes. If your schedule change was due to an institution cancellation, your fees will be corrected.
Unless you dropped BEFORE the first day of the term, you will not be eligible for 100% refund of any payments made towards that term. Also, any refunds apply to tuition ONLY. All fees are NON-REFUNDABLE.
The Business Office , like all administrative offices , is open from 8:00 a.m. through 4:30 p.m.
Each student is given 300 sheets per semester to use for printing. If you have used all of your available prints , you will need to purchase more sheets at the Business Office on the Dyersburg Campus or an off-campus center office. Cost is 10 cents per sheet. If you still have prints available and cannot print , contact the DSCC Business Office front desk at 286-3310. Members of the community are also allowed to use the printers in the Learning Resource Center: the cost is 10 cents per sheet and may be purchased at the Help Desk in the Learning Resource Center.
Orientation tutorial videos are provided by the DSCC Help Desk. A link to the videos can be found in the How to Get Started section of the DSCC eLearn course homepage, on the Help Desk webpage, or by going directly to the Tutorials page at www.dscc.edu/tutorials. If you need further assistance, please contact the DSCC Help Desk at 731-288-7780 Dyersburg Campus or 901-475-3177 Jimmy Naifeh Center or 731-222-5180 Gibson County Center. You may also contact the Help Desk by e-mail at email@example.com.
Other than the possible proctored examination, internet course work is done completely online.
Any DSCC enrolled student whose financial aid assistance is in excess of tuition and fees may apply for a Book Voucher. Application for a Book Voucher is made by completing both the Book Voucher and the Federal Aid Authorization Forms. These forms are available at www.dscc.edu. Fall and Spring vouchers will be issued for up to $600.00, depending upon the excess amount of financial aid after your tuition and fees have been deducted. Summer voucher amounts depend upon the number of hours in which you're enrolled and are limited to the excess amount of financial aid after your tuition and fees are deducted.
You can check your financial aid status 24 hours a day online at www.dscc.edu. Click on the Financial Aid link to find instructions on how to determine your financial aid status. You can also call the Financial Aid Office at 731.286.3350 and we will be happy to check on the status of your financial aid.
You can check that information by logging into your DSCC account. The instructions are on our web site at www.dscc.edu by clicking the financial aid link. You can also call the Financial Aid Office at 731.286.3350 and we will check it for you: you will need your DSCC ID or social security number.
All of Dyersburg State locations have computer labs and resource centers with open lab hours where the courses may be accessed. Of course, to be successful in an online course, you must have reliable access to either a DSCC lab or a computer with Internet access.
Each online course may have specific requirements, depending on the course. You should check the Course Syllabus to ensure your PC meets the specifications for the course. Generally, however, you should have a computer that has a Windows XP or better operating system, 512MB of RAM, 80GB Hard Drive, and a processor speed of at least 700 Mhz.