Consumer/Student Information

Consumer/Student Information

General Information on Courses, Programs and Tuition & Fees

Career & Transfer Programs (Academic Plans for Certifi cates and Associate Degrees):

Course Descriptions & Syllabi:

College Catalog:

School Refund Policy:

Tuition & Fees (Calculate Your Costs, How to Pay for College):

Non Discrimination Statement:

Textbook Information

DACC Bookstore Website:
Textbook Information for Current and Upcoming Terms:

General Student Disclosures

DACC Data:
Diversity of Student Population: IPEDS Student Population Report

Gainful Employment: Information for certificates

Job Placement Rates:

Student Right-to-Know Disclosure of Institutional Graduation/Completion and Transfer-Out Rates:

Campus Safety Information

Anti-Harassment in Education: Student Handbook

Campus Security Report (includes crime statistics for main campus and extension sites):

Sexual Harassment: Student Handbook

Preventing and Reporting Sexual Violence:

Board Policy on Copyright & Peer to Peer File Sharing:

Campus Security Report: collects data for the Clery Act.

Drug Free Learning Environment/Policy on Alcohol & Drugs: Student Handbook

Trainings on Alcohol and Drug Abuse are provided in each student's Safe College account. Find more information at

Financial Aid: Student Aid, Loan Conseling & Private Loans

DACC Financial Aid:

Loan Information & Counseling:

Voter Registration Notice (for Illinois & Indiana Residents):

Under Reauthorization of the Higher Education Amendments, institutions who receive Title IV funding must make a “good faith” effort to inform their Degree seeking students of voter’s registration information. DACC provides its student population with voter’s information in a number of ways:

  1. Voter’s Registration information is available in the Student Handbook issued to each student with his or her Student ID Cards.
  2. Voter’s Registration Information is provided in the annual student mailing, posted on bulletin boards (traditional and electronic), and displayed in campus kiosks. Also, the State of Illinois Pamphlets outlining Voters Information is available in the kiosk in the Financial Aid Office.

Students can follow the links below to their respective state’s website. The sites provide information on how to become a registered voter:

*Contact DACC Information Office for persons who can assist with the information noted above.