DVC Student Services offices and programs are dedicated to supporting student success both inside and outside of the classroom. If you need help enrolling in classes, paying fees, finding your way around campus or just about anything else, stop in the Student Services Center!
Admissions and Records handle a variety of student enrollment issues, such as student records and transcripts, residency reclassification, change of major, and clearing of prerequisites.
The Assessment Center provides testing for current and future DVC students to help determine appropriate placement in English, ESL, Math and Chemistry.
CalWORKs provides support services to DVC students who receive cash assistance from the Employment and Human Services Department in order to lead them to self-sustaining employment.
Students can pay their fees at the Cashier's Office window. This office also sells tickets for performing arts, athletics, culinary arts and other events.
Students who receive CalWORKs or TANF and are single parents with dependent children under 13 years of age may qualify for the CARE program. CARE provides additional support to these students with meal tickets, study-time child care grants, and parent support groups.
The Enrollment Lab is a place where you can use computers to apply to DVC, register for classes and submit other online college documents and petitions. Staff and Student Ambassadors are available to help you navigate these online enrollment services.
EOPS seeks to meet the educational needs of students hindered by social and economic disadvantages. Students in this program receive services including individualized counseling, peer support, book vouchers, and academic and transfer assistance.
Need help paying for college? Financial aid is available for eligible students in the form of grants, loans, and work-study assignments. This office helps students seeking federal and state aid.
The Scholarship Office provides information about scholarships awarded by DVC and outside organizations. A variety of scholarships are available from individual sponsors, local, state, and national organizations.
This office connects with local high schools to help students, parents, teachers and counselors learn about the opportunities available at DVC. Services include admissions information sessions, application workshops, classroom presentations and guided DVC campus tours. Staff and Student Ambassadors also attend high school college fairs and parent nights.
This office offers assistance to veterans and their families in receiving military educational benefits.
New to DVC? Welcome Services is your first stop to learn about the DVC enrollment process, programs available to meet your goals, as well as directions and referrals to campus offices. Degree and certificate brochures, admissions forms, campus maps, and other materials can also be found here. Campus tours with Student Ambassadors depart from Welcome Services.
Career, Transfer and Employment Services work with students to help them discover their career goals. Career, Transfer and Employment Services also have an online job board for students to find local employment opportunities, and organize visits from college representatives for students interested in transferring. On top of this, Career, Transfer and Employment Services also offer resume and personal statement review workshops, as well as interview preparation tips, to ensure students can face the challenges ahead.
The Counseling Center provides academic, career, and personal counseling. DVC counselors are committed to providing you with accurate and timely information as well as the support you need to accomplish the goals that you set forth for yourself.
DSS is a program designed to ensure that students with disabilities have equal access to what DVC has to offer. This program accommodates to each of its participants by providing appropriate support services such as academic counseling, note-taking services and transportation around campus.
ETS / Upward Bound is a federally funded project designed to motivate, support and encourage low-income, first generation students to graduate from Mt. Diablo Unified School District high schools and then continue on to the college or university of their choice.
Students from all over the world choose to study at DVC, and ISAS assists them with the DVC application process. This office also provides information regarding housing, insurance, and employment specifically for international students.
Provides job placement services for eligible students with disabilities.