D&E COVID-19 statistics
The cooperative effort to maintain a safe and healthy campus is the top priority at D&E. In an effort to provide a complete picture about the status of COVID-19 on campus, click here for updated COVID-19 data. Click here for updated vaccination data.
Higher Education Emergency Relief Fund checks ready for qualifying students
D&E recently received its second round of checks from the Higher Education Emergency Relief Fund (HEERF II). The college issued checks to all PELL recipients on March 1, which may be picked up at the business office. D&E will distribute further relief through an application process. If you have completed a FASFA, are a U.S. citizen, and believe you have “exceptional need,” please apply for additional relief funds through this link. Applications must be submitted by March 15.
If you are a relief recipient and want to apply the funds toward your tuition and fees, please complete this permission to apply form. You can view your up-to-date Student Account information via D&E’s self-service portal. Any balance owed is now past due and should be paid before the start of the Fall 2021 semester. If the balance is above $500.00, your account is on a Level 3 hold and you will not be eligible for registration on March 16 until the hold is resolved.
Summer and Fall 2021 schedules now available for students
The Summer 2021 and Fall 2021 schedules are now available for review by students. Please make an appointment with your advisor to discuss your academic plans.
Important D&E calendar dates
- Tuesday, March 9 – Mid-term grades due by 1 p.m.
- Tuesday, March 16 – Registration Day for Fall 2021 semester
Random COVID-19 testing on campus
In compliance with the mandate by the State of West Virginia, 10% of the campus community (students, faculty, and staff) must be tested each week for COVID-19. The test utilizes the VAULT saliva-based PCR test instrument. Any student receiving an email indicating you have been selected to test is required to comply.
Student Activities Schedule
The D&E Office of Student Life has announced the following schedule of free student activities:
- Free Friday: Paint & Sip (Friday)
- Super Saturday: Miniature Golf (Saturday)
- Cornhole Tournament (Sunday)
- Women’s History Month Program: International Women’s Day Film Screening – Hidden Figures, 2017 (Monday)
- Chapel Service (Monday)
- General Assembly Meeting of Student Assembly – Science Center 400, 11:00am (Tuesday)
- Day of Dance: Zumba Dance Class with Kristin McGill (March 12)
- Free Friday: Food Truck Friday (March 12)
- Casino/Monte Carlo Night (March 13)
For complete details, students should check their Wednesday (March 3) email from the Office of Student Life. Be sure to wear your face mask, keep your hands clean, and practice social distancing at all student activities. All events will have COVID-19 protocols and procedures in place. Your full cooperation is appreciated.
Level 1 and Level 2 account holds deadline: March 16
Any students with a Level 1 or Level 2 hold on their accounts must resolve those holds prior to Class Registration Day. Check the Self-Service Portal for the status of student accounts.
Residential students should complete D&E meal service form
Any student living on campus should complete the meal service form. Information from this form will be used in case the student is placed in isolation or quarantine due to COVID-19 exposure.
Kudos to D&E students for leading the way in COVID-19 prevention! Testing revealed no new cases on campus for the third consecutive week! Do not relax your safety practices and don’t let your fellow students relax, either! Stay diligent and staff safe.