DSCC Announces Updated Plans to Operational Schedule
Dyersburg State Community College (DSCC) has announced that its three locations in Dyersburg, Covington and Trenton will be closed to the public amid COVID-19 concerns. Faculty and staff working on-site and/or on an Alternate Work Schedule will still be allowed into their respective work areas/buildings. Students who do not have computers or technology available are welcome to visit a DSCC location for pickup at the following designated buildings beginning March 23: Learning Resource Center on the Dyersburg campus, the Learning Resource Center/Student Center at the Jimmy Naifeh Center at Tipton County, and the Gibson County Center.
Registration for May session, and summer and fall semesters will begin March 30.
On March 13, the College announced that all in-person courses will be transitioned to an online format with classes beginning March 23. Students will use the Zoom app to meet with their classes as scheduled. More information regarding Zoom and how to access classes can be found at www.dscc.edu/coronavirus on the student link. Students can also utilize Zoom for virtual tutoring assistance from the Academic Success Center and Student Support Services. Help Desk assistance can still be found online at www.dscc.edu/helpdesk or by calling 731-288-7780 (Dyersburg campus), 901-475-3177 (Jimmy Naifeh Center at Tipton County) or 731-222-5180 (Gibson County Center). Students can also email the Help Desk at firstname.lastname@example.org.
While no known cases of COVID-19 have been reported at any DSCC location, the College is taking extra precautions to keep the safety of its students, faculty, staff and the community a priority. A list of updated postponements and cancelations can be found at www.dscc.edu/coronavirus on the news and event updates link.
Deliveries will continue to be dropped off at the College through the E.B. Eller Administration Building. General questions can be directed to the College at 731-286-3200 or 731-286-7798.