Two Daytona Beach Community College students failed to provide sufficient evidence of wrongdoing to justify a trial in their suit against Follett Higher Education Group Inc.
What does DBCC stand for?
DBCC stands for Daytona Beach Community College (Florida)
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- Dayton-Bellevue Christian Church (Dayton, KY, USA)
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She then migrated south where she attended Daytona Beach Community College and earned a degree in real estate.
The former chancellor of City College of San Francisco, Day has served as president of Daytona Beach Community College (Fla.
Department of Labor, Daytona Beach Community College (DBCC) and two other companies to create the East Central Florida Machine Trades Apprenticeship Program.
The award winners are: Rebecca Hollingsworth of Orlando, a student at Florida Metropolitan University; Sandra Jones of Gulf Breeze, a student at Pensacola Junior College; Sheryl Dempsey of Williston, a student at City College; and Leslie DuMond of Eustis, a student at Daytona Beach Community College.
Daytona State College, formerly Daytona Beach Community College, recently added four-year bachelor programs to its curriculum, enabling a student to complete a two-year associates degree and then apply for a four-year degree.
Prior to City College, Day served as the president of Daytona Beach Community College, Cape Cod Community College in Massachusetts, and Dundalk Community College in Baltimore, Maryland.
At Daytona Beach Community College, the slumping economy helped spark a rebound in enrollment.