The DACC Bookstore is located on the lower level of Lincoln Hall. It has a wide array of items available for DACC students. The bookstore is not just a provider of new, used, and rental textbooks. They have a variety of DACC/Jaguar apparel, coffee mugs, and other DACC merchandise, scrubs and lab coats for nursing students, school supplies and backpacks, electronics, and many more items.
For more information on textbook prices and what the bookstore has to offer, visit the DACC Bookstore web pages at https://www.dacc.edu/bookstore/. Information about Bookstore hours and book buy-back dates can be found on the web pages. The webpage also have a link, Textbooks & Course Materials, where students may purchase or rent textbooks and research information including ISBN# and pricing.
Please note, some textbook costs are built into the course fees. These fees are to cover books through includED®. IncludED options are digital textbooks that also allow you to access all the course materials through the Blackboard environment.
Students may visit the Bookstore in Lincoln Hall, call 217-443-8759, or email email@example.com for more information.
The DACC Catalog is a prime source for information regarding DACC courses, programs, services, and policies. You can find the catalog on our website. DACC students are accountable for the information, rules, regulations, and procedures set forth in the College Catalog. The most recent DACC Catalog is available on our website at https://www.dacc.edu/catalog.
CHILD DEVELOPMENT CENTER
The Child Development Center is located on the west side of the DACC campus. The Center is a licensed day care facility with a pre-school program during the morning. The professional staff has degrees in Early Childhood Education.
The center’s activities support the idea that children learn through doing. Learning is geared to the child’s development and ability.
The Child Development Center accepts any child between the ages of 24 months to 5 years old during the year and 6 years old to 12 years old during the summer months. The center is open to children of college students as well as any child in the community.
Hours: 6:45 a.m. to 5:30 p.m., 51 weeks per year.
Closed on all major holidays and the week between Christmas and New Year’s Day
For more information, call 217/443-8833 or visit their web pages at http://www.dacc.edu/depts/cdc/.