Moodle will receive a maintenance update on October 21 and will be temporarily unavailable from 12:30am-2:30am.
Job Alert Announcement Warning
A job alert announcement was recently sent in error. The job was for an opportunity with Russell Realty in Thomasville. We have since found the opportunity is not legitimate. Students, faculty, and staff should not communicate with the email (ronaldsmith [at] realtyagent [dot] com) listed in the announcement. Please do not contact Russell Realty about this opportunity. If you emailed the address in the job posting, please contact Laura Yarbrough (email@example.com).
Masks still required on campus due to high transmission and low vaccination rates in Davidson and Davie counties.
The Emergency Broadband Benefit Program (EBBP) provides households with a discount of up to $50 a month off of a household's internet bill. Eligible households can also get a one-time discount of $100 toward the purchase of a laptop, tablet or desktop computer through participating providers.
The program’s enrollment began on May 12 for qualifying households. A household qualifies if the household’s income is at or less than 135 percent of federal poverty guidelines. A household can also qualify if at least one member:
- Participates in a federal benefits program, such as Medicaid, SNAP, or Lifeline
- Receives benefits under the free and reduced-price school lunch program,
- Lost a job or a significant amount of income in the past year,
- Received a Federal Pell Grant, or
- Is part of an internet service provider’s low-income or COVID-19 program.
The Internal Revenue Service warned of an ongoing IRS-impersonation scam that appears to primarily target educational institutions, including students and staff who have ".edu" email addresses. Taxpayers who believe they have a pending refund can easily check on its status at Where's My Refund? on IRS.gov. The suspect emails display the IRS logo and use various subject lines such as "Tax Refund Payment" or "Recalculation of your tax refund payment." It asks people to click a link and submit a form to claim their refund. You can read more about this warning on the IRS website.
All Davidson-Davie students are encouraged to participate in one of our short-term study abroad programs. We offer programs over fall break, spring break, and in the summer. Partial scholarships are available for all programs. Watch the study abroad video for information about all of our 2021-22 programs and/or check out the study abroad page on the DDCC website.