Looking ahead to the fall semester, Dawson Community College is searching for Glendive residents who would like to provide a "home away from home" experience for Dawson's international students.
Web access worldwide has made Glendive a less isolated educational destination for college age students from other countries. DCC’s international student population has increased recently, with more students joining our campus community for academic and athletic opportunities.
Basketball has been part of Dawson Community College coach's life since grade school
The DCC Golf Team finished up their season with the Mon-Dak Conference Tournament. The results are as follows:
Men’s Medalist – Taylor Klundt, BSC (78)
Brock Copenhaver, BSC (80)
Cole Rueb, BSC (81)
Zach Bondley, BSC (81)
Jordan Kautzman, BSC (82)
Justin Doll, DCC (84)
The All-Conference softball team for the Mon-Dak was recently announced with three players from DCC making the team. They were Jenni Pehler, Jenna Will, and Allison Roper. Congratulations DCC Softball on a great season.
The DCC Rodeo Team just finished their last rodeo and is headed to the CNFR. Here is a list of the qualifiers and overall results for the year.
Colin Adams – Big Sky Regional Bareback Champion
Jason Beil – Big Sky Regional Runner up Saddle Bronc
CNFR – June 12-19th
Registration is under way for the Dawson Community College Buccaneer Basketball Skills Camps that will be held July 5th-6th on the DCC campus.
Middle School Camp
Coach Marble and his staff will give hands-on training in all the basics of volleyball for middle school players. Middle school camp is set for July 26-27 at the DCC Toepke Center gym from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. with a one-hour break at noon. Cost is $65 and includes a t-shirt.
Dawson Community College president Dr. Jim Cargill addressed the Agriculture Leadership Class of 2010 at their graduation May 5th. His remarks centered on the role the college can play in Richland County as officials look forward to implementing programs there.
Dawson Community College is partnering with BEAR (Business Expansion And Retention) and SBDC (Small Business Development Center to facilitate the Incumbent Worker Training Program. Based on the success of the two-year pilot program approved by the 2007 Legislature, this program will provide job training funds for small businesses to re-train workers to meet changing market demands.