Information For Instructors

Want To Teach With Us?

Thank you for your interest in teaching a Community Education Class for DACC! Our programs implement the principle that learning continues throughout life by providing formal and informal learning opportunities for all members of our community. DACC Community Education is committed to serving the needs and interests of our ever growing community, and thus, is eager to continue adding to our current course offerings. If you have a skill, a trade, a hobby or a passion that you wish to share with others, we are interested in hearing from you. Please review the following instructions carefully to learn more about the process of becoming a Community Education instructor with DACC.

Everything that you need to get started as a community education instructor with DACC will be found within the following documents. Simply click on the links to access the instructor documents.

Course Proposals for Fall 2016 are due July 5th, 2016. No late proposals will be accepted.

Course Proposals for Spring 2017 are due November 1st, 2016. No late proposals will be accepted.


  • Master Calendar 2016
    This Master Calendar highlights all the important dates our instructors must be aware of for the upcoming academic year.
  • Master Calendar 2017
    This Master Calendar highlights all the important dates our instructors must be aware of for the upcoming academic year.
  • Course Proposal Instructions
    This document provides instructors with information regarding important deadlines, class details, the course proposal process, instructor pay, and publicity.
  • Course Proposal Form

    This document prompts instructors to answer a series of questions pertaining to the course you wish to teach. Instructors will fill out a new form for each proposed course.

  • Pay Scale
    This spreadsheet depicts the rate of pay that instructors can expect, based on the number of participants and the length of the class. DACC Community Education reserves the right to adjust this scale when needed.
  • Employee Information Sheet
    Each new Community Education employee, or one who has not worked in the past year, is responsible for providing the following information. This information is essential to processing employment forms.

Once you have completed all the required documents, please mail, hand deliver, scan and email, or fax them back to our office by the proposal deadline for the semester that you wish to teach. If you have any questions whatsoever regarding this process, please feel free to contact the Community Education office and we will be happy to assist you.