Proof of vaccination or COVID test is required starting Sept. 30.

For help in uploading your vaccination card or test results, please click HERE (PDF) or HERE for a Zoom Live Help Desk.

Masks, Vaccination and COVID Testing

September 15, 2021 NM DOH Public Health Orders:

Masks are required for all individuals 2 years and older in all indoor spaces regardless of vaccination status. Masks are required in any outdoor spaces where you cannot maintain six feet between individuals regardless of vaccination status.

Starting September 30, 2021 All DACC faculty, staff and students will be required to be vaccinated or provide proof of a COVID-19 test on a weekly basis. This also applies to faculty and staff using an approved Alternative Work Arrangement and working remotely. NMSU offers vaccinations Monday – Friday at the Aggie Health and Wellness Center.

  • To ensure compliance with OSHA requirements, proof of vaccination or a negative COVID test can be uploaded to NMSU's VaxTrax portal. Users must be on campus or logged into the VPN to access the site.

For help in uploading your vaccination card or test results, please click HERE (PDF) or HERE for a Zoom Live Help Desk.

A Message From The President

DACC Continuing to Reduce the Spread of COVID-19 in our Community: Vaccine & Testing Resources

By Monica Torres | September 23, 2021

DACC continues to be interested in having a positive impact on the health of our students, our employees, and our community. As a college in the NMSU System, DACC will be implementing new employment protocols designed to reduce COVID-19. These protocols will go into effect Thursday, September 30th for all employees of the NMSU system…
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DACC College Beat

NMSU Mobile Mammograms

By dlafrance | October 14, 2021

Schedule your annual mammograms at NMSU!

Mental Health Distress Session

By dlafrance | October 14, 2021

Spot the Signs of Mental Health Distress and Make Effective Referrals to DACC Resources Thu. Oct. 21 12:00 – 1:00 PM Zoom “During an academic year that has been shaped by the pandemic, faculty members have encountered plenty of students who are grappling with mental-health issues. But data in one report shows that, despite their…
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Financial Aid Advisors Available In-Person

By dlafrance | October 11, 2021

DACC now has financial aid advisors to assist at the East Mesa, Espina, Gadsden and Sunland Park campuses! Advisors work individual caseloads based off the last two numbers of student Aggie ID number, but are available for drop ins at all four campuses. If you have a student with financial aid needs or questions, please…
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Food Volunteers Needed

By dlafrance | October 7, 2021

DACC’S Avanza Program is in need of volunteers for the south food distributions. DACC collaborates with Gadsden Independent School District and Roadrunner Food Bank to help distribute food to families in south Dona Ana County. Every month, 50 of our south DACC students attend these distributions to receive food for their families. Here’s the details…
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Avanza Pop-In Session Tomorrow

By dlafrance | October 5, 2021

Join the Avanza team and other DACC students for weekly Pop-In Sessions every Wednesday from 12-1:30 p.m. on Zoom. These sessions are a space created for students to “pop-in” and ask questions regarding anything from financial aid, transferring to NMSU, navigating their myNMSU account, finding child care, or a food distribution location. We have different…
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COVID Vaccine and Testing

Vaccine

If you have not yet been vaccinated, you can register for the vaccine through the New Mexico Department of Health (NMDOH). Click the button below or HERE to register. Everyone 12 and older qualify for vaccination.

NMSU offers vaccinations Monday – Friday at the Aggie Health and Wellness Center.

Southern Doña Ana County vaccine and testing sites: HERE.

State-wide vaccine events: Click Here (NMDOH).

Get Vaccinated

Testing

DACC's East Mesa campus is a COVID-19 testing location. For registration and information about testing at this location, please click on the button below. For a list of testing and vaccination sites in southern Doña Ana County please click HERE.

  1. Click on the "Get Tested" button. This will take you to Curative
  2. Click Get Tested Now.
  3. Allow Use My Location or enter zip code into the search bar.
  4. Select DACC from the list.
  5. Select a time slot and follow the remaining prompts to schedule your test.

Get Tested

Proof of Vaccination or Negative Test

Upload proof of vaccination or a negative COVID test can be uploaded to NMSU's VaxTrax portal. Users must be on campus or logged into the VPN to access the site.

For help in uploading your vaccination card or test results, please click HERE (PDF) or HERE for a Zoom Live Help Desk.

Upload Proof

Coming to Campus

DACC is in reopening PHASE 2

Personal Responsibility

What DACC expects of everyone coming to campus.

Health & Safety

Information about DACC Health & Safety practices.

Faculty

Information for DACC Faculty.

Student Information

Information for current and prospective students.

Personnel

Information for all DACC employees.