Danville Community College, located in the city of the same name, is a two-year institution and one of 22 schools like it in the Virginia Community College System. The school actually opened in 1936 as a textile school, but was eventually incorporated into the VCCS as Danville Community College in 1966. The Danville branch of Virginia Tech began strictly as an engineering school, but later expanded to include the first two years of coursework for all engineering, business administration, liberal arts and science majors.
Today, DCC offers associate degrees, diplomas, and certificates, several of them online.
Southern Association of Colleges and Schools, Commission on Colleges
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