Resources and Guidance

RESOURCES:

  • MyDSCC email – Please remember to check your MyDSCC email as the official source of college communication. Check your eLearn email for specific course information from your instructor(s).
     
  • Zoom – It is essential that you have access to Zoom software either on your Windows or Mac personal computer, tablet or smartphone. Search for "Zoom Cloud Meetings" in your app store or visit https://zoom.us/download to get the software for your computer. Watch the tutorial on how to download and access Zoom!
     
  • Brightspace LMS (aka D2L) – Log in to DSCC eLearn at https://elearn.dscc.edu to access your online classes. You can also download the Brightspace Pulse app on your smartphone to have access to class materials on the go.
     
  • RAVE – Visit https://www.getrave.com/login/DSCC to login and update your personal contact information so that you will receive emergency notifications from the College via text and email.
     
  • Navigate – Go to https://www.dscc.edu/navigate and download the Navigate app to stay updated on events, schedule an appointment with your advisor, and learn about resources available to you.
     
  • WellVia - WellVia is a national network of Board Certified, State Licensed doctors offering medical consultations 24/7 to DSCC students, as well as their spouse and children. These services are available for non-emergent health care needs. Consultations are a flat fee of $40 each. Visit www.mywellvia.com/dyersburgstatecc or download the WellVia app.
     

TUTORING:

  • The Academic Success Center provides FREE in-person and online tutoring to all DSCC students in a variety of subjects. Students can utilize Zoom for virtual tutoring assistance from the Academic Success Center and Student Support Services.


Help Desk:

  • Assistance can be found online 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 helpdesk@dscc.edu.
     

TESTING:

  • Students that need testing should email Adam Dunlap, lead testing technician, at adunlap@dscc.edu or call 731-286-3355.

  • Proctored testing is now available by appointment only in small groups to follow the COVID-19 social distancing guidelines.

  • ACCUPLACER appointments are available on AppointmentPlus.

  • TEAS Exam appointments are available at https://www.atitesting.com/. Find more information about TEAS testing registration at  https://www.dscc.edu/node/7493.

  • For testing questions, call the One Stop at 731-286-3350 (Dyersburg campus), 901-475-3100 (Jimmy Naifeh Center at Tipton County) or 731-855-1419 (Gibson County Center).

    *Notice – Due to COVID-19 guidelines, all students are required to wear a face mask while testing inside the facility. Students may bring their own face mask or be provided one at check-in.
     

ONE STOP CENTeRS:

For general assistance, contact a One Stop Center today!

  • Dyersburg Campus: 731-286-3350 or email mjones@dscc.edu
  • Jimmy Naifeh Center at Tipton County (Covington): 901-475-3100 or email ross@dscc.edu
  • Gibson County Center (Trenton): 731-855-1419 or email penn@dscc.edu

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PAYMENTS:

Options for making payments to DSCC until further notice:

  1. Log in to your MyDSCC account and pay via credit or debit card, or 
  2. Make personal or cashier's check payable to DSCC and mail to: Dyersburg State Community College, Business Office, 1510 Lake Rd, Dyersburg, TN 38024. 

Please call 731-286-3319 or email gruggett@dscc.edu if you have questions.
 

COMMUNICATION UPDATES:

  • Check your MyDSCC email for official college communications
  • Check your eLearn email for specific course information and updates from your instructor.
     

Broadband Internet Resources:

Note: Free WiFi is accessible at each DSCC location in parking lots closest to the buildings. 

Comcast - Internet Essentials "FREE Two Month" Service for Students

  • In response to emergency measures associated with Coronavirus (COVID-19), Internet Essentials will increase speeds from 15/2 Mbps to 25/3 Mbps for all customers. This speed increase will happen automatically - no action is required by customers. In addition, new customers will receive two months of free service. Click here for more details. Pricing & other info.

Sprectrum - Internet Assist Program

  • For eligible low-income households without school-aged children, Charter Communications will continue to offer Spectrum Internet Assist, a low-cost broadband program that provides speeds of up to 30 mbps.

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ADVISING AND REGISTRATION:

  • Advising and registration fall term (Oct. 12-Dec. 11) is taking place now. Make an appointment with an adivsor through AppointmentPlus or Navigate. Don't have the Navigate app? Visit the DSCC Navigate web page to find out how you can download this helpful tool today! 
     

OTHER IMPORTANT INFORMATION:

COVID-19 Resources for Tennesseans from the Office of the Governor

Nursing students - please see the important updates from the National Council of State Boards of Nursing

Tennessee Board of Regents COVID-19 Website

Tennessee Board of Regents Student Resource Guide (Google Doc)

Tennessee Department of Health Coronavirus Information