AE DACC Transition Advisor
Telephone: 575 528-7038
The DACC Adult Education Division college transition program is designed to assist Adult Education (AE) students interested in a college or university education prepare for a successful experience. The program is available at each DACC AE Learning Center at no cost to the student and provides the following:
Professional Guidance: a college transition advisor to guide you in making the changeover from AE to college and assisting you through your first year in college.
Student Support Resources: Admissions, Placement Testing, Financial Aid & Scholarships, Academic Advising, Tutoring, Counseling, Career Exploration, Placement & Cooperative Education, Services for Students with Disabilities, Student Activities & Organizations, Library, Computer Lab, Bookstore
College Preparation Courses and Transition Workshops: topics include college success skills, college readiness assessments, study skills, learning styles, organizational skills, time management, identifying barriers and developing strategies to overcome them, confidence for success, career training options, and much more.
AE Transition Program is for students who plan to attend Doña Ana Community College, New Mexico State University, or other training programs. This program is beneficial for students at various academic levels including:
- GED® recipients
- ESL students
- High school graduates who have been out of school for a number of years and want to develop academic skills before entering college
- Receive personal guidance and support.
- Invest in yourself with education and training.
- Earn higher wages beyond a high school diploma.
- Gain confidence and skills needed to be a successful college student.
- Telephone Call
Contact the College Transition Advisor for an individual appointment or a group advising session at (575) 528-7038 or call the nearest DACC Adult Education Learning Center listed herein.
- Personal Contact from the College Transition Advisor
The College Transition Advisor will contact all advanced level GED® and ESL learners for advising appointments and will visit all advanced classes to keep you informed about the program.
WHERE can I participate?
|Las Cruces:||Doña Ana Community College
Patricio G. Quintana Learning Center (room 160)
3400 South Espina Street
Las Cruces, NM 88003
Telephone: (575) 527-7540, (575) 527-7740
Fax Number: (575) 528-7065
Toll Free Number: 1-800-903-7503
|Anthony:||Gadsden Learning Center
1700 E. O’Hara Road
Anthony, NM 88021
Telephone: (575) 882-6813
|Sunland Park:||Sunland Park Learning Center
3365 McNutt Rd. (Santo Domingo Rd.)
Sunland Park, NM 88063
Telephone: (575) 874-7790
|Chaparral:||Chaparral Learning Center
755 Prescott Anthony Drive
Chaparral, NM 88081
Telephone: (575) 824-5075
|Workforce Center||2345 Nevada Ave
Las Cruces, NM 88001
|Doña Ana Community College||dacc.nmsu.edu|
|New Mexico State University||http://nmsu.edu/|
|Know how to go!||www.luminafoundation.org|
|Click on New Mexico in the drop down box for other helpful links||www.going2college.org|
|Test optional colleges||www.fairtest.org|
|Free test prep site||www.number2.com|
|CSS Profile required for some private colleges||www.collegeboard.com|
|Career assessment/interest inventory||www.choices.com|
|Aggie Career Manager||https://careerservices.nmsu.edu/students/aggiecareer-manager/|
|Financial aid form for all colleges||www.fafsa.ed.gov|
|Financial aid information||www.finaid.org|
|Merit scholarship information||www.meritaid.com|
|New Mexico Higher Education Department career opportunities||www.hed.state.nm.us|
|GED® transcripts can be ordered here!||http://www.gedtestingservice.com/testers/gedrequest-a-transcript|
|New Mexico Department of Labor-job, career training and financial aid opportunities||www.dol.state.nm.us|
|Affordable Colleges Online.org (Guide to make the most of your online college experience)||Guide to Visiting Colleges: How to Make the Most of Campus Tours
https://www.affordablecollegesonline.org/college-resource-center/visiting-colleges/Finding Credible & Respected Online Colleges: The Importance of Graduation Rates & Employed Acceptance of Online Degrees