DVC strives to offer the same high quality student services to our online students that are available to our on-campus students. Current students can find quick links to student services in our DVC Support Hub on Canvas! Not connected to Canvas yet? Explore our most frequently requested online services below.
DVC counselors can provide you with academic, career, and personal counseling. Schedule an appointment, live chat, or access drop-in services with our academic and specialized counselors at DVC Counseling. Get assistance with career and work experience goals through Career Services or the transfer process at Transfer Services.
NEW! DVC is excited to offer a new FREE telehealth service for students with access to 24/7 medical and mental telehealth care. Learn more and sign up with TimelyMD.
There are additional wellness services available to help you during difficult times. Get access to a number of mental health and other crisis resources, like five free sessions available (if you are enrolled in 6 or more units) with a Wellness Counselor.
Learn about ways to help pay for college through student grants, scholarships, work-study, emergency loans, and programs like First Time + Full Time = Free Tuition. Visit Financial Aid for more information and/or to chat with a specialist. You can also take advantage of free financial coaching services through SparkPoint or watch video tutorials at DVC's Financial Aid TV.
While you will register for classes through the InSite portal, you can access information on registration, enrollment priority, and prerequisites on our website. Have questions? You can live chat, call, or email with specialists in Admissions and Records. A&R staff can guide you to services like our Enrollment Lab, help with ordering transcripts, or point you to helpful Admissions & Records forms.
You may qualify for disability support services if you have ADHD, autism, chronic health conditions, learning disabilities, hearing impairments, visual impairments, psychological disabilities, mobility disabilities, or other conditions that affect your ability to participate in education. Learn how to apply for Disability Support Services (DSS) and find out more about DSS Services available to students.
There are many other services available for specific student needs including:
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