DSCC Recruitment Team Sends Swag to Recent High School Grads

DSCC recruitment team
Encouraging students to attend classes this fall and not put their future on hold

The recruitment team at Dyersburg State Community College (DSCC) has been busy preparing over 500 swag packages encouraging recent high school graduates to attend classes this fall.

Class of 2020 graduates from Brighton, Covington, Dyer County, Dyersburg, Gibson County, Halls, Lake County, Obion County Central, Peabody, Ripley, South Fulton, South Gibson and Union City High Schools will soon receive a packet, which includes free DSCC gift items such as t-shirts, lanyards, decals, highlighters, and pens.

“We know that our 2020 high school graduates have been faced with many challenges the past few months,” stated Tracie Keith, assistant director of enrollment services. “We wanted to congratulate them on their accomplishments, encourage them to not put their future on hold this fall and reassure them that DSCC is committed to keeping them safe and healthy no matter what the circumstances.”

Fall classes at DSCC will begin Aug. 24. Students are encouraged to check their MyDSCC portal to make sure they are not missing any requirements for admission such as official high school transcripts and ACT scores.

To make a virtual appointment with an advisor, visit https://www.dscc.edu/appointment. For more information, contact a One Stop Center at 731-286-3350 (Dyersburg), 731-855-1419 (Trenton) or 901-475-3100 (Covington).


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DSC_9568.jpg – DSCC staff members (from left) Larenda Fultz, dean of student services, Khristy Williams, executive aide of student services, Rebecca Reeves, adult student coordinator, Stephen Thomas, director of student life, Beth Micke, admissions counselor, and Dr. Karen Bowyer, president of DSCC, pose for a photo while preparing packets to send to recent high school graduates.