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Explore career and major options with Career Services resources and programs. You can take personality tests to help you find career paths that interest you. Find out what majors and programs DVC offers to help you obtain your dream job. Learn more about Career Services.
The DVC EOPS program is a wraparound student support program providing a variety of services including free money to buy textbooks, priority registration for future classes, academic counseling, and much, much more. Learn more about EOPS.
Financial Aid may be confusing, especially if you’re a first-time college student. This presentation will give students general information regarding financial aid at DVC, as well as, scholarship information. Learn more about Financial Aid.
FYE is a program designed to successfully transition first year students into college by offering learning communities that provide an environment of academic excellence and support. Learn more about FYE.
MESA (Math, Engineering, Science Achievement) serves financial aid and first generation underrepresented students majoring in calculus-based Science, Technology, Engineering or Mathematics (STEM) fields. Friends of MESA is an extended cohort that is open to STEM students that may or may not be financial aid or first generation students. Learn more about MESA.
Helps with completion of transfer-level English with a focus on Latino/a/x student achievement. Dedicated counselor, university tours and additional supports. Learn more about Puente.
The START program at Diablo Valley College is designed to support current & former foster youth who were in foster care any time between 13 - 18 years old. Learn more about START.
DVC campus located in San Ramon. Learn more about the San Ramon campus.
Transfer Planning and UC - TAG. Learn about the transfer process from DVC to a university and about guaranteed admission to UC! Learn More about Transfer Services.
Dedicated to the academic success and self-actualization of African American students. Dedicated counselor. Linked courses in social sciences, English and Mathematics. HBCU Tour. Learn more about UMOJA.