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.
Annual Fall 2011 Student Art Show
Student Art show Fall 2011
People's Choice Award
DCC Bookstore Gift Certificate $20 sponsored by Kent Dion, Director of Trio Student Support Services
"Crayons" Ryan Doll
+Very colorful. I love it. Fun. Awesome. You have cool art. The best art I've ever seen.
December 18th at 3pm Santa's sister, Deb Claus (a.k.a. Deb Mooer) will arrive at the Dawson Community College Student Center for the annual reading of her most beloved Christmas stories. She will read a variety of holiday stories that are bound to bring holiday cheer.
The college faculty, staff and students wish to invite young children to participate in this pre-holiday celebration. Come and enjoy the festive decorations, a Santa's kid craft workshop and Christmas treats that are always a part of this event.
College Goal Montana is dedicated to guiding students and their families through the paperwork required to apply for financial aid. College Goal Montana is for all families who want assistance in completing the FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid) form. Dawson Community College staff and instructors will volunteer February 12 from 1-4pm in the Computer Lab, Room 147, to assist with the online FAFSA application.
When she was a student at Dawson Community College, Britany Fleck needed a horse to break for a class she was taking. A filly named Dasher Dude filled the bill.
Little did Fleck know that filly would help break her on to rodeo's biggest stage.
Riding Dasher Dude - also known as Rootie - Fleck became the first North Dakota woman to qualify for the National Finals Rodeo in barrel racing. The 10-day event begins Thursday.
In conjunction with the 20th Annual Madrigal Dinner, Dawson Community College Music Department will test your memory of past madrigals in the form of a trivia contest. Questions will be posted on the DCC website November 18, 21, 23, 28, and 30. The person with the most correct answers will receive a free Madrigal Dinner ticket. In case of a tie, a drawing will be held for the winning ticket. If a person has already purchased their ticket, their money will be refunded.
Montana Campus Corps at Dawson organized a Thanksgiving Day Run, Second Annual Bucky's Turkey Trot. This year saw 80 runners, the youngest just 6 and oldest 71. There were mother/daughter running groups, sisters, brothers running together and the Phinney's came in force with six members. We had runners from all over Montana, North Dakota, Wyoming, Utah even one runner from San Francisco, CA. We hope this becomes a family tradition for many residents in Glendive. The run raised nearly $2,000 before expenses and 600 lbs of food.