Getting Started

​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​If you know your goal is a four-year degree, DMACC has several options to help you get started on that path.

Students who enroll in a DMACC transfer program enter their transfer college academically prepared and well-versed in the college experience.

Our Liberal Arts Associate in Arts (AA) and Associate in Science (AS) Degrees offer the most transferrable degrees. Get Started with the First 32 Credits


Visit a DMACC campus 

Experience DMACC before you attend.  

Discover DMACC Days
Discover DMACC Days gives you the chance to experience DMACC first hand. High school students are encouraged to come spend a morning or evening with us, learn about programs, financial aid, student life and take a tour.

Career Discovery Days
Get a taste of various career fields before you enter college. High schoolers and their parents are encouraged to attend these free events.

Returning to Learning
Thinking about working toward a new career? Let DMACC help you get started in an hour.

Take a Tour
Get on campus and see what DMACC is all about. Individual tours are available at all DMACC Campuses.

Campus Maps/Directions
Want to know more about our campuses? Our DMACC Campus Location area includes campus maps, building maps and directions.        

Career Exploration Workshops
We offer a number of workshops to help you choose a career path.

Program Information Sessions
Specific program information sessions are available to introduce you to a program.

Virtual Tours
Take a virtual tour of the DMACC campuses.

Additional Resources

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Testimonials

"After graduating from high school, I was undecided about my major and career plans. I chose to attend DMACC to begin my college education with liberal arts classes to earn my AA degree. With smaller classes, it's easier to get to know students and teachers and to get more one-on-one help if needed, which makes going to school more enjoyable for me. DMACC was the perfect place for me to start my college education!"
-Morgan, Liberal Arts major