Preparing For The Future Today,
Davidson County Community College is proud to prepare an educated and strong workforce for Davidson and Davie counties and beyond.
With most DCCC students being residents of Davidson County and almost all students coming from within North Carolina, employers have abundant opportunities to hire graduates who are committed to the local area. DCCC ensures the skills being taught to students meet current workforce demands and offer a wide variety of programs, including the following.
- Business and Accounting
- Electronics Engineering
- Advanced Manufacturing
- Computer Technology
- Supply Chain Management
- Automotive Systems
- Public Safety
- Criminal Justice
- Nursing/other Healthcare
Initiatives For Future Growth
In order to continue its focus on student success over the next 50 years, DCCC is dedicated to expanding its programs, campus locations and community resources:
In Fall 2015, DCCC launched two new healthcare programs in Davie County – surgical technology and central sterile processing – though a unique opportunity to repurpose parts of the old Davie County Hospital for teaching purposes. DCCC is the only community college in the US with access to this kind of lab space, which provides a remarkable setting for the highest quality of instruction
In 2016, DCCC will break ground for a new health sciences building to house its premier nursing program and related curricula such as nursing assistance, pharmacy technology, phlebotomy, medical laboratory technology, therapeutic massage and EMT.
The 183-acre Link Campus on Business 85, received as a gift from a Lexington family in 2009, and a 164-acre parcel across Old Greensboro Road purchased by DCCC Foundation in 2014, offer DCCC an incredible opportunity to expand its physical footprint and meet the needs of the college’s next 50 years. Possible development opportunities include the following:
- Student housing
- Nature trails and natural science facilities
- Campus/Community recreational facilities
- Entrepreneurial opportunities and incubator space