Academic Programs and Costs
Davis Technical College offers career focused programs which will allow you to start a new career or upgrade your skills. A list of current programs can be found on the Programs page with detailed information, including estimated costs.
The faculty directory for each program can be found on the Department Directory page.
Accreditation and Licensure
Davis Technical College is accredited by the Commission of the Council on Occupational Education (COE). Information regarding our accrediting body and licensing agencies for each program can be found on the Accreditation page.
Withdrawal Procedures, Refunds and Return of Funds
If a student wishes to withdraw voluntarily from Davis Technical College, they must complete the College Withdrawal Form, which can be found online, or in Student Services. Information for the policy of withdrawing or being withdrawn from Davis Technical College can be found in the Withdrawal policy
A student may be owed a refund of tuition and fees if eligible criteria is met. Information regarding a refund of any tuition and fees can be found in the Refund of Tuition policy.
Return of Funds
If a student withdraws from the program before completing the period of enrollment and has received federal financial aid funds (Pell Grant/FSEOG) then the financial aid office must calculate the amount of earned financial aid, based on the number of hours completed in the payment period. If a student has been found not to have earned 100% of their funds, then funds may be returned to the Department of Education and the student would be responsible for repaying an unearned portion of the funds.
If a student would like to seek accommodations for a disability, they must first meet with the ADA Liaison or ADA Service Providers on campus. The complete policy related to services for students with disabilities can be found in the Students with Disabilities policy.
Transfer of Credit Policies
Through partnership agreements that Davis Technical College has with its partner institutions, a student can receive credit for previously completed coursework. In addition, following the completion of an approved 900+ hour program, a student can have as many as 30 credit hours applied towards an Associates degree upon being admitted to a partner institution. More information on partner institutions can be found on the Transfer Options page on our website. You can also view the transfer of credit policy found in the Transfer of Credit policy.
Contact information for departments and programs can be found on the Department Directory page on our website.