|Deadline for completion of liberal arts A.A. degree
Students completing A.A. degree requirements with the major
of liberal arts, a program which was
deleted from the DVC catalog in 2004, are
advised that they must satisfy all requirements by the close of summer 2009,
due to State regulations. Students unable to do so will have to select
another major to complete their degree, and may see a counselor for assistance.
The final date to submit official transcripts
and IGETC certification to UC campuses for fall 2009 admission is Wednesday,
July 15, 2009. Follow your admission checklist for additional due
dates. UC also requires official high school transcripts, so be sure to order
those as soon as possible, especially if you attended school outside the U.S.
Visit the Transfer Center announcements
page for more information or stop by the Transfer Center
|New smoking policy
Effective August 1, 2009, the DVC campus will be
smoke-free. Smoking will only be permitted in the parking lots.
|Applications for the 2009-2010 academic year FAFSA are still being accepted. Turn in paper work as soon as possible. For more information visit the Financial Aid office.
|Educational Talent Search Program
Volunteer tutors needed for fall 2009
The Educational Talent Search Program at DVC seeks tutoring volunteers for low income local
middle and high school students. Tutors are needed in a variety of
All tutoring is held on the DVC campus on Tuesdays and Thursdays, 3:30-5:30 p.m., and Wednesdays, 3:30-5 p.m. Interested students should
contact Jackie Castellano at email@example.com.
|Career and Employment Services
|Did you know that you can earn units for your summer job through
COOP at DVC?
Did you know that 58% of students who participate in COOP
programs are offered fulltime employment after college and 50% of employers
offer higher starting salaries to those who participate in work experience
Register now for summer 2009 COOP!
Questions? Check out our FAQs, stop by Career and Employment Services to learn more or visit us online: www.dvc.edu/coop.
|San Ramon Valley Campus news
|Financial Aid at SRC
18 - Drop-in hours (open to
all) 4:30-7 p.m. West Lobby
22 - "Sounds Like a PLAN!" workshop (students on Financial Aid Probation)
1 - Drop-in Hours (open to
all) 4:30-7 p.m. West Lobby
Assessment Tests at SRVC
for test schedule.
Location: SRC Assessment Center West Building -
Please be on time! DVC ID number is required to take the test.
10 a.m.-12:30 p.m.
ESL summer class at SRVC***
What? A new summer ESL course to get you ready for academic reading and writing in
fall, ESL 67
June 22-July 30, 2009
Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays from 6:30-9:20 p.m.
Where? San Ramon Valley Campus of DVC, room W-220
is the teacher?
Kim Clark Dijkstra
|Campus Alert System
Your attention please...
A loud siren will be heard throughout the DVC campuses on Wednesday, July
1st at 11 a.m.
This will be a test of our recently installed Campus Alert System. The
new system will be tested on the first Wednesday of every month at 11 a.m. and
the test sound will last 30 seconds.
There is nothing you need to do during a siren test.
In the event of an actual emergency or crisis situation, the siren sound will
continue for three minutes. Students and all campus personnel will be instructed
to Shelter, Shut, and Listen.
For more details, please visit the Contra Costa Community College District
website at www.4cd.net/alert/.
|Police Services silent witness tip line.
Students, faculty and staff can call 925-685-1230 ext. 1999 to provide information without having to leave any personal information.
For more information in case of emergency:
Contra Costa Community College District Police Services
Police Services on the Pleasant Hill campus has relocated to ET-125, close to the old location in Lot
1. Watch for the temporary signage. If you are having trouble locating us,
please contact our office, at 925-685-1230 ext. 2338, 2339 or (925) 686-5547 and we can have a
Police Aide Escort you there.
|Our mission statement
|DVC's complete mission statement
Diablo Valley College (DVC) is passionately committed to student leaming through the intellectual, scientific, artistic, psychological, and ethical development of its diverse student body. DVC prepares students for transfer to four-year universities; provides career and technical education; supports the economic development of the region; offers pre-collegiate programs; and promotes personal growth and lifelong leaming.