Dawson Community College, ranked this week by Bankrate.com, 14th out of the top 25 two-year public colleges in the United States for its value and vocational education opportunities. DCC has always offered value for dollars spent. Being a value-added college has paid off for DCC as the next generation of first-time college students, trends toward a more affordable college experience.
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James P. Vomhof, 84, of Olathe, KS passed away Wednesday, December 5, 2012 at Menorah Medical Center. The family will hold a private service. A Friends and Family Visitation will be held on Sunday, December 9 from 3:00 – 5:00 p.m. at Johnson County Community College, 12345 College Boulevard, Overland Park, KS in the Jerry Vincent Dining Room, OCB Room 108. The family suggests contributions to Dawson Community College, 300 College Drive, Glendive, MT 59330 in lieu of flowers.
Cole Johnson of Bloomfield, MT graduated from DCC in 2011 with high honors and was also a member of Phi Theta Kappa.
Dawson Community College alumnus Shelby Lindley was recently named head men's basketball coach and sports information director at Central Wyoming College. He was originally hired as an assistant for Rustler basketball this fall but was promoted when coach Curtis Condie resigned in October.
Originally from Wellsville, Utah Lindley was a member of the DCC men’s baseball team where, as a sophomore in 2007, he achieved Mon-Dak first team pitcher and utility player under former Buccaneer head coach Brent Diegel.
Dawson Community College invites all alumni to visit campus Saturday, October 13th. Dust off your shoes and come play. Softball game will be at 11am on the B.L. Baker Field and basketball games will tip off at 3pm with a social at 7pm. Contact our coaches at 406-377-9450 or by email at [email protected] for more details.
Emily O'Callaghan, Sophomore from Glanmire, Ireland, signed with Southern New Hampshire University (SNHU), a NCAA Division II school in Manchester, NH.
O'Callaghan will be moving 2,000 miles east of Dawson Community College in Glendive MT this year to play for the Penmen in Manchester, NH. SNHU is a NCAA Division II with a rich tradition of athletics and a student population of 7,300.
#34 Casey Grace, sophomore co-captain from Cork, Ireland, has signed to play Division I basketball with Fairfield University.
A forward, Casey Grace averaged 14 points, 7 rebounds and 2 steals/game for the Lady Buccaneers last year. Casey was active in volunteering in the community helping coach the Lil Bucs 7th grade girls traveling basketball.
#22 Christel Enriquez, a guard for the Dawson Community College Buccaneers, has signed to play basketball in Belleville, Illinois. Belleville is the eighth-most populated city outside of the Chicago Metropolitan Area and the most populated city south of Springfield in the state of Illinois with a population of over 44,000. This should be quite a change for Enriquez after playing for the Dawson Community College Buccaneers in Glendive Montana which has a population of around 6,500.
Over the last spring semester Kevin Pena and Tracey Clingingsmith began a fundraiser that will enhance the weight room located in Toepke Center. They are excited about the advantages new equipment could provide.