Welcome to Davidson County Community College's Online Instruction Center.
Thank you for choosing Davidson
County Community College!
The fee for an Ed2Go Class is $75.00. Please call
Davidson County Community College @ 336-751-2885 to pay
for your class. All classes should be paid for at least 24 hours prior to
class start date. We accept Discover, MasterCard and Visa.
How to Get Started:
Step 1: Search for
Your Course(s) and Enroll Online
When you find the course
you want, click on the "Add to Cart" button to begin the enrollment
process. Select a session date and click "Continue to Checkout."
For New Students click on "Create Account:" you will
provide a username, password, and contact information. For Returning
Students, provide your information and click on "Sign In." Please
click on "Checkout," and then click on "Enter My
Classroom." Click on "Orientation." When you complete your
orientation, you have enrolled with ed2go. To access your course(s) when the
start date arrives, click on "My Classroom," and then click on "Enter"
to access the course. (This step does NOT
register you with DCCC.)
Step 2: Register and Pay
with the College
You must register and
pay with Davidson County Community College. Call the Davie Campus at (336)
751-2885 or (336) 998-3220 Online registration and payment are not accepted. Registration
requires completion of a Continuing Education Registration Form & payment
with the College. Registration is taken Monday through
Friday from 8 am - 5 pm. If you fax or mail your registration, please
call (336) 751-2885 to ensure your registration has been received.
Step 3: Begin Your
Courses start monthly.
You will be able to start your course(s) as soon as the start date you choose
arrives. Click on "My Classroom" to log in from the Home
Page. You must submit the Lesson 1 Quiz within 7 days of the
start date to avoid losing access to your class.
Step 4: Complete
To successfully complete the course and gain access to print the Certificate of Completion you must score a 70 or better on the final exam. The score earned on the first attempt of the final exam is
official; subsequent attempts are not accepted.