DANVILLE, Va. (WFXR) — The Danville Community College (DCC) has announced it has seen an increase in enrollment for the Spring 2023 semester. In the last year, the college has seen a 6% increase in enrollment.

“We are thrilled to see such an increase in enrollment at Danville Community College. Under the leadership of Dr. Johnson and Dean Cathy Pulliam, our Student Services department started new initiatives to engage potential students and retain existing students,” said DCC President Dr. Jerry Wallace.

DCC says the boost in enrollment is related to the college’s focus on providing high-quality education and support services, and the expansion of online courses. DCC has also developed new programs in response to the increase in certain fields such as Cybersecurity. Since launching its new cybersecurity program, the college noticed an increase in interest from students.

Additionally, the school has hosted career fairs, “Knight of the Day” for local high school students, open houses, and its Spring Fling, as well as, providing resources to students such as academic advising, tutoring, and financial aid assistance.

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