DMACC in Knoxville
DMACC Knoxville is continuously looking for opportunities to provide educational needs to the community. During the Fall 2017 DMACC Knoxville, with a partnership with Marion County Public Health, began offering ESL classes. They have been very successful. We served students from Ukraine, Somalia, Russia, China, Mexico, and El Salvador,
ESL classes will begin August 21st, 2018 at Marion County Public Health. We will meet on Tuesdays & Thursdays from 9:00-11:30 am.
This Spring 2018 DMACC began offering HiSet (formerly known as GED) classes in Knoxville at Marion County Public Health. The next set of classes will begin in August 2018, If you or you know someone that needs to complete HiSet please contact us.
The City of Knoxville continues to provide an office space for DMACC. The Academic Advisor assists with college planning.
She can help with the admissions process and guides student's through college planning. We can help you get prepared to attend any of the DMACC campuses and online classes.
You can be on your way to continuing your education with a few simple steps:
- Apply for admissions at www.dmacc.edu
- Schedule ACCUPLACER and complete ALEKS (math assessment)
- Submit transcripts (high school and college if applicable)
- Apply for the FAFSA. DMACC's school code is 004589.
- Meet with an advisor to register for classes.
To learn more about courses and programs at DMACC please contact Andrea Gotta at 641-840-2026. She can guide students with beginning their journey at DMACC. She is located at Knoxville City Hall. Please call to schedule an appointment.
DMACC offers free college credit classes to high school juniors and seniors through the College's Career Advantage Program.
DMACC is committed to Knoxville, and will continue to serve the needs of the community.