Beginning Fall 2024, Dyersburg State will offer various fundamental courses at the Tennessee College of Applied Technology – Jackson, Stanton Extension Campus (pending approval by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges). This initiative represents a significant step forward in increasing access to education and supporting students’ academic ambitions in Stanton and the surrounding areas. Dyersburg State offers both online and synchronous options to provide flexibility for students. The complete list of courses offered in the Fall of 2024 is as follows:


  • English Composition I
  • Introduction to Music
  • Introduction to Statistics
  • Learning Support Reading
  • Learning Support Writing
  • Orientation: Learning to Succeed
  • Personal Finance
  • Support for Math

These courses are part of the Tennessee Board of Regents (TBR) approved General Education Core, a collection of foundational courses essential for obtaining higher education degrees in Tennessee. Dyersburg State’s commitment to offering these core classes in Stanton underscores our dedication to providing equitable educational opportunities for all students.

As a part of Dyersburg State’s core values, DSCC believes that the opportunity for education is the cornerstone of personal and community growth. By bringing these essential courses to TCAT Stanton, Dyersburg State aims to foster a learning environment that empowers students to pursue their academic and professional goals.

For additional information or inquiries, please contact Dr. Jimmy Barham, Dean of Arts, Sciences, and Technologies, at or 731-286-3371.