Additional Information for Working Adults

Take the Math Advising Tool (eMAT)

If you are planning to enroll in a math or accounting course, you must take the Math Advising Tool (eMAT) before you will be allowed to register. The eMAT helps working adults determine their readiness for math-related courses. Unless you have documented disabilities, you are required to take the eMAT online. The eMAT instructions and test are available to you online. For working adults with documented disabilities, please contact the Office of Student Affairs at (214) 333‑5101 for assistance.

DBU Supports Working Adults

DBU Counseling Center

The DBU Counseling Center offers counseling at no charge to DBU students, faculty, and staff.  Counseling services are offered by Practicum Student and Intern Counselors, Licensed Professional Counselor Associates, and Licensed Professional Counselors. Amy Standifer is a licensed professional counselor and is recognized as a supervisor by the state of Texas. She oversees the daily operations and supervision of the counseling center. The Counseling Center offers individual, group, premarital, and couples counseling. The center is located on the first floor of the Collins Learning Center. To make an appointment, talk with a counselor, or get more information, please call (214) 333‑5288.

Orville and Esther Beth Rogers Prayer Ministry

The Rogers Prayer Ministry is dedicated to lifting the needs of the students, faculty, and staff to our heavenly Father. Prayer requests may be submitted by calling (214) 333‑5235 or by emailing

Tutoring for Working Adults

DBU Writing Center

The DBU Writing Center provides free one-on-one tutoring to students who need assistance on writing assignments. To obtain more information, call (214) 333‑5474.

DBU Math Lab

The DBU Math Lab offers free assistance to students who need help with math classes as well as Math Advising Tool preparation. Call (214) 333‑5303 for more information.