On-Campus - TR 5-8pm
Instructor: Neal Tucek
On-Campus - R 8am-1pm
Instructor: Russell Epperson
On-Campus - Time TBA
Instructor: Myles Connelly
On-Campus - Tues - 12:00-1:30 pm
Instructor: Laurie Huber
On-Campus - Mon & Wed 4:00-7:00 pm
Instructor: Kelly Anne E Terry
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Dawson Community College is excited to partner with Lewistown School District to offer in-person and online classes, workshops and training in the Lewistown community!
DCC is an open admission institution, which means that we do not require specific high school grades or ACT scores for admission. We encourage students to seek admission if our programs and services will meet their educational needs. Any person with a disability who is concerned about accessibility and/or accommodation issues, should contact the office of the Vice President of Academic and Students Affairs.
Applications are accepted throughout the year for every semester on a rolling basis. We encourage students to apply as soon as they are ready. Click here to find out more about the admissions process and take the next steps towards becoming a DCC student.
DCC offers educational opportunities for students to challenge themselves, accomplish their goals, and better their future. Whether students are looking to start a new career, increase their earning potential or get a head start on a four-year degree, Dawson Community College has many career, technical, and transfer programs that are flexible to fit students’ needs. We offer Certificates of Technical Studies, Certificates of Applied Science, Associates of Applied Science and Associates of Arts or Science.
Fall & Summer 2021 Registration Now Available!
To see all of the programs that DCC has to offer, click here
DCC also offers some degrees fully online. Click here to learn more about our online learning opportunities.
Dawson Community College is committed to providing services and programs that build upon strengths and respond to the changing needs of our community and region. Workforce Development and Continuing Education (WDCE) programs offer opportunities for personal growth, business and career advancement, and skill-building. The non-credit Workforce Development programs are designed to supplement credit offerings to meet current workforce training and development needs.
Continuing Education classes at DCC provide intriguing and engaging learning opportunities. Individuals looking to gain new personal and professional skills have two ways to learn: Instructor led or Independent learner. Although these are non-credit courses, renewal units and continuing education completion certification may be available.
To learn more about DCC Workforce Development and Continuing Education, or to propose a WDCE program, click here.
Dawson Community College prides itself on offering students a high-quality, yet affordable education. Dawson is consistently placed among the most economical of all Montana two- and four-year schools. Our Financial Aid Department works with students to come up with the best possible aid packages, based on each individual student's needs and educational goals. These packages can include scholarships, grants, loans, and work study opportunities.
For more information on Financial Aid, Tuition and Fees, and Scholarships, click here
Employees at Dawson Community College demonstrate kindness, respect, integrity, professionalism, and a “caring regard” for others. Respect creates an atmosphere conducive to learning.
DCC strives to recruit and retain a diverse workforce, and encourages qualified candidates across all demographics to apply. Training and assistance provided. Interested candidates should apply online by submitting a resume to dawson.edu.
Click here to learn more about employment opportunities at DCC.