DMACC Prospective Students
The largest college in Iowa with the lowest tuition and fees in the state
"I choose DMACC because there are endless opportunities here and the professors are the most down-to-earth people I have ever met. I also enjoyed the campus and how pretty it is!"
Kelsi, from Colfax-Mingo High School, was a member of the National Honor Society, President of her FFA local chapter and graduated Magna Cum Laude. She could have enrolled at any public or private university, but decided to start her education at DMACC.
"I choose DMACC because it's close to home, and a great start to my career. DMACC is also affordable, which helped my family bigtime."
Iowa's top high school students are choosing DMACC. These students could go
anywhere, but they chose DMACC.Say graduted from North High School.
"I choose DMACC because the experiences here are great for first-time college students like myself. I'm also able to start getting into what I love to do, and that's acting! There are so many opportunities here, such as doing plays and ads, that will help prepare me for my acting career."
JaKharri graduated from West Valley High School in Fairbanks, Alaska, and while there received the Principal's Award, was an "All Conference" football player and took 1st place in the "We the People" Conference. Welcome, JaKharri!
For-Profit Colleges By the Numbers
For-profit colleges charge more than community colleges and public universities.
24 years or older
Students at for-profits are less likely to have graduated high school.
For-profit students take on more debt than other students.
For-profit students are less likely to be employed.
For-profit students earn less than students who attend public colleges.
For-profit students are more likely to default on their loans.
Source: Capsee (Center for Analysis of Postsecondary Education and Employment)