Admissions / Orientation

When you are accepted to DMACC you receive a letter indicating your admission to the college. For answers to specific questions about your admissions application, please feel free to contact a DMACC Admissions Representative at 800-362-2127 ext. 7337 or 515-965-7337 or by email at They will provide answers to your questions and support as needed.

The next step after admission is orientation. Orientation is required for all new students or students going in to new programs. You will receive an orientation email prior to the beginning of registration for the term you applied for. In that correspondence you will receive a link to sign up for an orientation session.  Orientations are offered many times during the registration dates for student convenience. Advisors will be at orientation to support and assist students with class registration.

The following link provides the orientation webpage for your reference. You may select options along the left side of the webpage for more information (Before Orientation, FAQs, New Student Guide etc.).

You will need your DMACC ID to sign-up for orientation. Tech support will provide the necessary support and assistance with your DMACC ID/PIN.

For answers to specific questions regarding orientation, please contact the orientation department by email at or by phone at 515-965-7321 / 1-800-362-2127 ext. 7321. Please include your name, program, and student ID number in the email or voice message.

You can click on the following link to view the schedule of classes in the subject area of interest.
•    You will want to select the semester of interest
•    Under location leave as All or select online
•    Under subject select 'Topic of Choice'
•    Then scroll down and click search; this will provide the courses offered during the semester of interest at each campus, online, and WebBlended. Campus location will show in the second column from the right. When registering for classes this area will indicate the type of class in which you enroll (campus location, internet class-WEB (online), or Web Blended).

Please contact us again with any additional questions.

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  • Topic #: 57328-302
  • Date Created: 01/28/2016
  • Last Modified Since: 08/30/2017
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