Student Activites

Student Activites

Please see for a list of student activities.

Co-Curricular Activities

In order to promote student growth and development, co-curricular programs are offered along with academic and technical programs. Co-curricular activities allow students to “put into action” what they are learning in the classroom. Research shows that when students participate in co-curricular activities, they increase self-efficacy; make connections with other students, faculty, and staff; develop an enhanced understanding of others; become more oriented to campus; make important gains in critical thinking; and refine their communication skills.

DACC defines co-curricular as learning activities, programs and campus organizations that reinforce the College’s mission and complement established undergraduate curriculum. Currently, the College identifies the following activities as co-curricular:

List of Co-Curricular Activities Currently Available at DACC:

  • Technology Club
  • Art Club
  • Athletic teams
  • E-Sports
  • TRIO Student Success Center (Tutoring, Leadership Activities, Seminars)
  • MASS Learning Center (Tutoring for Math, Sciences, & Allied Health Professions)
  • Writing Center (Tutoring for Writing)
  • Business & Technology Tutoring Center (Tutoring for Blackboard and courses that fall under the Business & Technology division)
  • Phi Theta Kappa (PTK) International Honor Society
  • Success in College (required course for all first-time, full-time students; recommended for all)
  • New Student Orientation
  • Blackboard Orientation (the College’s online learning system), and
  • Toolbox (Mentoring, engagement, and leadership program for African American males)

For more information about co-curricular activities, contact the Vice President of Student Services at or visit with the specific activity/departments highlighted above.