Staff Contact:

Andrea J. Burney, APR

Director of  Public Relations



DANVILLE, VA, December 2, 2014 – Whatever your schedule looks like and whatever your interests are, Danville Community College (DCC) has a class for you. Registration is underway for spring semester, which begins Jan. 12. Enroll today to secure your seat in class.

Exciting new offerings in the Arts and Sciences Department, fast-track evening and weekend courses and state-of-the-art equipment in the laboratories at the Regional Center for Advanced Manufacturing and Training (RCATT) await students. Among the new course offerings are Literature of Science Fiction, Psychology of Criminal Behavior, European History II (with an emphasis on the British Empire), and Network Security Basics. The College offers three different degree options – Associate of Arts and Science, Associate of Science, and Associate of Applied Science – in addition to diploma and certificate programs as well as short-time career studies certificates. A complete list of spring semester classes can be found at, and then click on “class schedule.?

If you are a recent high-school graduate interested in taking general education courses you can get started on your academic journey at DCC before transferring to a four-year college or university. Whether you are interested in earning industry certifications to advance in a current career field, a displaced worker wanting to pursue a new career path, or a lifelong learner eager to explore a newfound interest, DCC is the place for you.

Register online for classes using the Student Information System, which can be accessed on the college’s homepage ( or the DCC mobile app. For more information, contact the Admissions Office at 434.797.8467, or click here.


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