SCAM ALERT – DCCC Discover Refund Cards
DCCC has been alerted about a possible scam related to the DCCC Discover student refund cards. In the scam, the scamster contacts a student by telephone to inform her that she is eligible for a grant and asks the student for her DCCC Discover card number so that the grant can be deposited onto her card. This is a SCAM. Please be vigilant and do not fall victim to such scams.
DCCC will never call or email and ask you for your card number. You should also be wary of anyone calling to ask you to confirm your PIN number or the three-digit security code on the back of your card.
If you receive such a phone call or any other correspondence that seems odd or questionable, please email the DCCC Business Office at email@example.com.
[INFORMATION] Heartbleed bug
You may have heard about the recent security risk affecting websites around the world commonly known as the Heartbleed bug. To help protect yourself against these types of risks it is important you monitor your online activity as well as change your password regularly for any online account you use, including your StormTrac account.
Your StormTrac account gives you access to Moodle, StarFISH, DCCC Email and other online services. You can change your password by doing the following:
1. Visit the college website @ www.davidsonccc.edu
2. Click on StormTrac
3. Click on the Activate Account link
4. Log in the left side with your current username and password
5. Change your password on the change password tab
You will receive a confirmation email once you have successfully changed your password. If you have any questions you can email firstname.lastname@example.org.
To access your courses, locate the My Courses link within the Navigation Block. The Moodle Orientation course is found under Miscellaneous. Curriculum courses are found under Spring 2014.
Each year, Davidson County Community College recognizes a faculty member who demonstrates excellence in teaching to his or her students and to the college. This award recipient is then nominated for the North Carolina Community College Excellence in Teaching Award. If you would like to nominate ...Read the rest of this topic
Students planning to complete a credential (certificate, diploma, or Associate Degree) in May 2014 need to apply for graduation by March 1, 2014. The online graduation application is available on the DCCC website.
Please discover DCCC Library's redesigned website. The new website incorporates important navigation changes to help users more easily locate the information they need. From the site, you can search the catalog, find online databases, and access tutorials as well as information on library services and content. For questions about the library website, please contact the Davidson Campus Library at 336-224-4727 or email the library at email@example.com.
DCCC Library Website: https://davidsonccc.edu/student-life/library