NOTE: Davis Technical College is not currently taking cash or personal checks. All financial transactions must be by Credit/Debit Card or AR Vouchers.
New and Current Students
Yes, campus is currently open with most services available, including Student Services, Financial Aid, Assessment, Bookstore, Cafe. We encourage students to contact departments via email or phone before visiting campus. The Salon & Spa is not currently open.
For in-person instruction in the classroom, students must schedule an appointment with their instructors.
All students, staff and visitors are required to wear a mask on campus.
Contact the IMA for your program.
Contact Financial Aid via phone (801-593-2195) or email before visiting campus. If needed, Financial Aid will schedule an in-person appointment on campus.
Most programs will continue to offer online courses indefinitely, but in-person instruction and skills testing have resumed in our classrooms by appointment. Coordinate with your faculty member.
Yes! Davis Tech is currently enrolling new students, with many of them starting with online instruction. To enroll please call student services at 801-593-2332.
No, we are not dropping students who have been unable to make progress in their courses. If you are able to continue your course or program, you can pick up where you left off with no penalty. There will be no re-enrollment fee nor new tuition for a course you have already paid for.
If you cannot continue right now, please request an extension from your instructor.
If you need an extension please work with the Instructional Management Assistant for your program, they will work with your instructors:
We understand that not everyone has the technology or ability to complete online coursework. You will not be penalized for not making progress in your program at this time. Please work with your program IMA for an extension if it is needed.
Student Services, Financial Aid, Assessment Center, and Bookstore are open. We encourage students to contact departments via email or phone before visiting campus.
The Corner Cafe is open from 11:30am - 12:30pm with grab-and-go items, custom sandwiches and salads. Credit Card only.
The Salon & Spa is not currently open.
You will not be penalized for missing the deadline. If you would like to continue, you can simply pick up where you left off, without fees nor paying tuition for the course again. If you cannot continue please apply for an extension.
No, you can restart your course or program again without being charged re-enrollment fees.
We are continuing to work closely with health officials to ensure we keep our faculty, staff, and students safe. Masks are required for anyone coming on campus and will be provided if you do not have your own. Hand sanitizing station are placed throughout campus. We have directional and safety signage in programs, and social distancing is encouraged.
Campus and classrooms are being sanitized frequently by both custodial staff and faculty after student use. All equipment and tools are cleaned before and after use, including computer stations.
Tours are not being held at this time.
In-person instruction, clinicals, and skill-testing are available by appointment with your faculty member.
As of April 5, UTA has reduced service on many routes, but they are still making regular stops at Davis Tech. See details for UTA Route 627.
Davis Tech students are also able to get a transit pass at no charge. Full details.
Students are encouraged to fill out a FAFSA and apply for funding from the CARES Act, which can help with expenses related to the disruption of campus operations. Financial aid staff is available for help with filling out the FAFSA.
If you're a Davis Tech student and need help, please consider using Davis Tech's free, confidential Student Assistance Program. Make appointments or contact the 24-hour emergency hotline by calling 1-800-926-9619.
The Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security (CARES) Act was passed by Congress and signed into law to provide economic relief from COVID-19. One section of the CARES Act established the Higher Education Emergency Relief fund and sent money to schools to use for emergency financial aid grants to students for expenses related to the disruption of campus operations due to the pandemic.
Students who meet basic eligibility criteria for federal financial aid and who have the greatest financial need can be considered for these funds. The Office of Student Financial Aid (OSFA) will use Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) data to determine your eligibility. If you are eligible to file a FAFSA but have not yet filed for 2019-20 and need assistance, please file a FAFSA at gov.
Call or email Financial Aid at 801-593-2195 or firstname.lastname@example.org for more details.
As part of the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act, signed into Law by President Trump on March 27, 2020, the Department of Education has made available funding to provide relief to students whose enrollment was disrupted by the COVID-19 outbreak.