Des Moines Area Community College

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Des Moines Area Community College is a 2-year vocational, professional, and liberal arts college in central Iowa. DMACC has six campuses in its district. The college offers a wide variety of certificate and degree programs, and it constantly seeks new program and course offerings. Among other initiatives, DMACC is developing a leadership program under the auspices of Phi Theta Kappa, the national two-year college honor society. DMACC has seen enrollment growth for several years because the quality of its offerings is available at the lowest tuition and fees in Iowa.

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