Associated Student Body of DCC (ASB)
All regularly enrolled full-time students of the College are members of the Associated Student Body of Dawson Community College. A Student Senate, elected as representatives of the freshman and sophomore classes, acts as a governing board for the ASB. The Senate plans recreation and social activities for students and participates with the faculty and the community in planning other college and community events. The Senate also participates in DCC governance via appointments to college committees. A portion of student fees paid each semester is routed to ASB to finance activities.
As the number of students at Dawson grows and as their interests diversify, new clubs and societies are formed on campus. Students or groups wishing to discuss the possibility of organizing a club or society should contact the Dean of Student Services. Such new organizations will be subject to the approval of the student governing body.
Primarily a social club organized to promote community among artists, the goal is to support and enrich the artistic life of its members and the community at large through creativity and initiative, with art related activities and events such as workshops, exhibits, fund-raisers, and community service. All DCC students interested in art are welcome to participate.
Collegiate FFA/Ag Club
The National FFA Organization exists to provide agriculture-related programs and activities which will develop pride, responsibility, leadership, character, scholarship, citizenship, patriotism, career choices, and thrift, and which will improve the economic, environmental, recreational, and human resources of the community. The Collegiate FFA is open to all students interested in agriculture. High school participation in FFA is not a prerequisite. The Ag Club helps with many local ag organizations.
Criminal Justice Law Enforcement Club
Membership in this organization is encouraged for criminal justice law enforcement majors and students employed in the criminal justice field. The main objective of this organization is to promote professional standards in criminal justice and to develop understanding of the problems and objectives of those agencies that are devoted to the administration of criminal justice.
Dawson Christian Fellowship
A part of a nationwide international student organization of college and university campuses, this group is concerned with presenting Christianity as an important part of college and university life. Meetings are informal, infused with music and interaction, and are opportunities for students to meet God, each other, and the needs of the campus community. Dawson Christian Fellowship is open to all students with any or no religious background.
Office of Community Involvement
Our mission is to work with the Colorado Compact and Montana Campus Corps to actively engage college students in meeting community-identified needs through meaningful service.
The goal of the Music Club is to make a notable difference in the programs and social and extracurricular activities throughout the school is the goal of the music club at DCC. Participation is open to all students involved in any aspect of the Music Department.
The Boosters is a student organization designed to help promote student involvement and school spirit. Open to all students.
Phi Theta Kappa
Phi Theta Kappa, International Honor Society of the Two-Year College, is recognized by the American Association of Community Colleges as the official honor society for two-year colleges. Its purpose is to recognize and encourage scholarship among associate degree students having at least a 3.50 GPA. To achieve this purpose, Phi Theta Kappa provides opportunities for the development of leadership and service for an intellectual climate to exchange ideas and ideals, for lively fellowship for scholars, and for stimulation of interest in continuing academic excellence. Alpha Xi Epsilon, the DCC chapter of Phi Theta Kappa, was chartered in 1988.
Membership in this organization is open to all DCC students who are interested in promoting the sport of rodeo on campus. Its primary objective is to sponsor an annual rodeo for intercollegiate competition in the Big Sky Region.
In November of 1990 the Student Right-To-Know Act was signed into law. This Act mandates that institutions of higher education publish a report, which is made available to both current and prospective students and employees of the occurrences of specific crimes on this campus. In addition to the number of reported specified crimes, the institution must report the number of arrests for liquor law violations, drug use/abuse violations, and weapons violations. In 1998 this act was renamed The Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act. http://ope.ed.gov/security
Call 911 to report an emergency, (such as fire or life-safety hazard, medical emergency, or criminal behavior), when you call, be prepared to provide the following vital information:
* Give your location.
* Describe the nature of the emergency.
* Be prepared to answer questions and follow instructions given.
For more detailed information, please see the Emergency Management Plan
If a roommate or friend determines a student who resides in on-campus housing is missing for 24 hours they need to contact one of these individuals:
- Director of Resident Life & Housing
- Assistant Director of Resident Life & Housing
- Dean of Student Services
*this process can be set in motion before 24 hours has passed if circumstances warrant)
At that point local law enforcement will be contacted, and that student will be considered missing. If the student in question registered an emergency contact person they will also be contacted. If the student is under the age of 18 at the time they are reported missing there legal guardian will be contacted.
At this point this is no longer an institutional action, but will be handled by law enforcement.
911 Emergency (fire, police, sheriff, ambulance)
377-2364 Glendive Police Department (non-emergencies)
377-5291 Glendive Crime Stoppers
989-1318 Crisis Line
377-6075 Mental Health
511 Local Road Report
800-332-6171 Montana Statewide Road Report
377-3396 Student Services Office – Main Building: Rm 101
377-7803 Mike Sikveland – Director of Resident Life & Housing – Apt 3 Brueberg Hall
377-7826 Patsy Nelson – Assistant Director of Resident Life & Housing – Apt 26 Kettner Hall
377-9447 Vincent Nix – Assistant VP of Instruction and Student Services – Main Building: Rm 131A
377-9406 Ted Phillips – VP of Instruct and Student Services – Main Building: Rm 111
Directory of Health Providers – Glendive
345-3306 Glendive Medical Center (Hospital & Emergency Room)
202 Prospect Drive
345-8901 Gabert Clinic (adjacent to Glendive Medical Center)
345-8930 Gabert walk-in clinic (5-7 pm weekdays or 10-2 pm Saturdays)
377-5665 F & G Pharmacy – 107 North Merrill
345-7948 Gabert Clinic Pharmacy (located inside Glendive Medical Center) – 107 Dilworth
365-5209 Osco Pharmacy (located inside Albertsons) – 307 North Harmon
377-6222 Glendive Family Dentistry – 106 North Kendrick
377-8265 Sandcreek Family Dentistry – 116 North Meade
377-2303 Garry Mintz, D.D.S., P.C. – 218 West Bell
365-8231 Troy Myers, O.D. – 115 West Valentine
377-6021 K.R. Zuroff, O.D. – 213 North Meade
377-6477 Domestic Violence – Date Rape – 122 West Bell
377-5213 Dawson County Health Department – 207 West Bell
377-2935 Family Planning / HIV Testing – 207 West Bell
377-4314 Public Welfare Department – 121 South Douglas
377-5942 Drug & Alcohol Program – District II – 119 South Kendrick
377-6075 Mental Health Center – 313 Valentine
– Crisis Line (Extension #0)
– Day Treatment (Extension #18)
– Intensive Case Management (Extension #15)