Prepare yourself for possibly the most important 5 seconds of your life. Learn how to recognize and avoid dangerous situations, how not to become a victim, and how to fight off an assailant if you have to. Each 2 hour workshop will teach you the skills needed to escape a violent situation and survive. Rape, sexual assault, stalking, murder, don’t be a victim.
The MATHCOUNTS® competition is coming to Dawson Community College again on February 7th from 9am to 3pm. DCC will host about 34 middle school students from 6 different schools: Wolf Point, Frontier, Lustre, Lambert, Terry, Glasgow,and Glendive. The competition will be held in the campus activity gym on the DCC campus.
For the past 10 years, Rod Paschke has been the head coach at Dawson Community College and is currently serving his second year as the Big Sky Faculty Director.
The Dawson Community College admissions department is hosting a campus view day February 13, 2012. All high school seniors, juniors, and parents of prospective students are invited to join us on-campus in Glendive to experience a day in the life of a DCC student. From 8:30 - 2:00, all visiting students will have the opportunity to experience a college class, learn about academic programs and student services, quiz a panel of current DCC students, meet instructors or coaches, connect with other future students, and receive a full tour of the newly expanded DCC campus.
Dawson Community College will kick off homecoming weekend Friday, January 20th from 6pm-midnight with a community wide event. Produced by Cutting Edge Productions and sponsored by the Dawson Community College Associated Student Body the Mega Shows Ultimate Blowout Event is an outrageous FREE night of fun is for anyone 15 years or older.
Cutting Edge Productions will transform the college with 3 Mega Shows options for adventurous participants.
Dawson Community College "Gallery 126" opens the Spring semester with an Artists Reception on Saturday, January 21 from 5:00 to 8:00 p.m. The new exhibit "Blast From the Past" features the artwork of alumnae Lacey Winderl Lee, Caroline Greiman, and Emily Fitterman, and alumnus Bobby Cisco. Come meet the artists and experience their artwork. Everybody is invited.
DCC Registrar Virginia Berube has released the names of students who have earned a place on the Dean's List during the fall semester of 2011. These students distinguished themselves academically by attaining a grade point average of 3.5 or higher. The Dawson Community College faculty wishes to extend congratulations to students as they strive toward elevated academic excellence.
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Spring semester classes at Dawson Community College begin January 18, 2012 and registration is underway during regular business hours at the Student Services Office. The student services team is ready to assist with registration, to answer questions regarding admissions, and to help students secure a place in the class or classes of choice. Teresa, John, or Deb encourage students to register early and can be reached at 406-377-3396. Students returning to campus from holiday break are encouraged to contact their faculty advisor.
Buccaneers start nine new softball recruits Dawson Community College welcomes nine freshmen to campus in 2011-12 who will lend momentum to the upcoming Buccaneer softball program.
On a roster that currently features seven Sophomores, the Buccaneers continue to add to their foundation players. Among the 2011-2012 recruiting class are many Montana grown talents.
Even Texas native Jim Cargill, president of Dawson Community College, has never seen an oil boom quite like the one exploding into Montana from North Dakota.
Earlier this year, Cargill began noticing the boom’s effect on his college, located less than 100 miles from Williston, N.D., the epicenter of the hectic Bakken oil development.