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General Registration for summer credit classes runs April 17th through May 18th. The summer semester begins Monday, May 19th. You must see your assigned Advisor before you are able to register for classes via WebAdvisor.

Walk-in advising is available at the Orange County Campus (OCC) on Monday and Tuesday afternoons from 2-5:30 pm or Friday mornings from 9 am-noon. If you have any questions, please give us a call at 919-536-7238, ext. 4203 or visit this webpage .

College Holiday!

CLOSED - Easter

Check out the April issue of  the Transfer Times. You will find information regarding the novel written by David Cecelski, who is the upcoming speaker for the Social Science/Humanities Speaker series, the ASUT Student Recognition night, dates and times for the Honors Program presentations, Phi Theta Kappa honors, a great article on a Durham Tech student, Hafsa Mohamud’s, participation in the Duke Summer Medical and Dental Education program (SMDEP), and some additional campus announcements!

Wondering what courses to take to pursue a college degree in accounting, nursing, secondary education, or engineering? Looking for financial aid information and resources? Researching transfer options and application deadlines at area colleges and universities? Durham Tech’s Virtual Transfer Center offers quick links and assistance for these and other transfer questions around-the-clock. You will also find links to plans of study, pre-majors and study-tracks, links to local college and university admissions web pages, and past issues of “The Transfer Times.”

TIPS @ OCC

Are you a student planning to complete an Associate in Arts or Associate in Science degree and then transfer to UNC-Chapel Hill or another university? If so, you will want to attend TIPS (Transfer Information & Planning Session), which will be held at the Orange County Campus next Wednesday, April 16th @ 4:30 pm in room 104.  Stop by for the Q & A session with the Dean of the University Transfer, Arts, and Sciences Department, Tracy Mancini. Come learn some TIPS for creating a successful experience at OCC while planning a smooth, seamless transfer to your school of choice!

 

Check out the latest issue of  the Transfer Times.  I know it’s a little late for some of the events mentioned because the dates have passed, but please take note of the great articles and opportunities for students that appear in this month’s issue: the President’s Lecture series, the redesigned Comprehensive Articulation Agreement, the new inductees into Phi Theta Kappa, an article about a Durham Tech (C-STEP) alum who is soon to be a UNC-Chapel Hill graduate, and much more!

Wondering what courses to take to pursue a college degree in accounting, nursing, secondary education, or engineering? Looking for financial aid information and resources? Researching transfer options and application deadlines at area colleges and universities? Durham Tech’s Virtual Transfer Center offers quick links and assistance for these and other transfer questions around-the-clock. You will also find links to plans of study, pre-majors and study-tracks, links to local college and university admissions web pages, and past issues of “The Transfer Times.”

Please take a look at this great article written by Jay Price from the News and Observer regarding student food pantries which are now available at some local universities and colleges.

For information regarding the Durham Tech Campus Harvest Food Pantry, which is located on the Durham campus, please visit this webpage.

We now have food pantry items available, for current students, at the Orange County campus (OCC) in Hillsborough!
• The pantry is open to anyone with a valid Durham Tech Student ID.
• Food pantry clients must show an ID and complete a short intake form at each visit.
• Food pantry clients may visit the pantry once per week to receive a prepacked bag of food.
PLEASE SEE SOMEONE AT THE OCC FRONT DESK FOR MORE INFORMATION!

Donations are Welcome!
We appreciate donations of non-perishable food items and they can be dropped off at the pantry in the Phillips Building, room 310A on the Durham campus, or at OCC.  Please be sure items are in good condition and have not expired.

Monetary donations through the Durham Tech Foundation are also accepted and much appreciated. You may make a donation online or mail a check. Be sure to specify that you want the donation to be used by the Campus Harvest Food Pantry.

Needed Items:Pantry Donations Photo

  • Rice
  • Beans
  • Peanut butter
  • Pasta
  • Pasta sauce (cans preferred to glass)
  • Cereal
  • Canned fruits and vegetables
  • Canned meats (such as tuna or Spam)
  • Ready-to-eat items, such as granola bars, fruit cups, tuna salad
    packets, Nabs, Easy Mac, and single-serving boxes of raisins
  • Fresh produce
  • Bread

Volunteers are needed to process donations and stock shelves, on the Durham campus, every Tuesday afternoon, from 4 – 5 p.m.

If you have questions about food pantry services or if you are interested in volunteering contact volunteer@durhamtech.edu.

 

 

Check out the February issue of The Transfer Times.  Please take note of all the opportunities for students that appear in this month’s issue, a screening of the documentary “American Promise”, tips on how to request a stellar letter of recommendation, information regarding upcoming science seminars, the Poetry Hour, a Publishing Talk with author Jen McConnel, upcoming campus recruiter information, and much more!

Wondering what courses to take to pursue a college degree in accounting, nursing, secondary education, or engineering? Looking for financial aid information and resources? Researching transfer options and application deadlines at area colleges and universities? Durham Tech’s Virtual Transfer Center offers quick links and assistance for these and other transfer questions around-the-clock. You will also find links to plans of study, pre-majors and study-tracks, links to local college and university admissions web pages, and past issues of “The Transfer Times.”

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