If you need help with homework, stop by
Academic Achievement Center (AAC). Faculty in this center are available to help with math, writing, reading, science, and study skills. The AAC coordinates student tutors and can help you get access to Smart Thinking, an online tutoring service.
HiSET (formerly GED) classes and tests; High School Equivalency Diploma and (HSED Option #2), formerly DMACC Adult Diploma, classes and tests; and Youth Consortium programming classes and tests are offered by the AAC. Call or stop in for specific dates and times.
Fall 2021 Semester
We are open IN-PERSON during the fall 2021 semester on Mondays through Thursdays 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. (Room 109)
Monday & Tuesday:
Center is closed when classes are not in session.
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Academic Achievement Centers
Academic support/tutoring for students is now available remotely in two ways.
DMACC Online Tutoring (DOT) Work with faculty though an online platform called Collaborate.
DMACC Tutoring through Email (DTE) Work with faculty to answer questions through email.
Check out these links for good tips and strategies for studying.
Check this link which has good recommendations for adjusting your study habits while studying remotely.