Listed below are resources on campus that can be beneficial to veterans and all students.
Military and Veterans Service Center
A one-stop resource for information and referrals regarding veteran’s benefits and rights.
DCTC's automotive programs work periodically on "live" vehicles for the public.
Assists students and alumni to develop, evaluate, and implement their career plans.
Provides tutoring, testing, study and success planning to help students complete what they have started.
Provides accommodations and assistance to ensure equal access and opportunity for students with disabilities.
In addition to Veterans Education Benefits, veterans may apply for federal and state student financial aid.
The Mobile Pantry and Lunch Box are free for any DCTC student in need of food support.
A licensed practical nurse provides initial assessment and treatment of injuries and illnesses on campus.
DCTC is a stop on MVTA’s Route 420, which connects directly to Rosemount and the Apple Valley Transit Center, offering multiple connection points.
DCTC offers a wide variety of scholarships, including those that are military and dependent specific.
Provides listening sessions, identifies barriers, coordinate resources and assists students to develop a success plan to overcome those barriers.
A college retention program with the goal of helping students navigate the college experience from acceptance to graduation or transfer to a four-year college.