WHY NOT DC3?
Whether you are faculty, an administrator, or support staff, working in the class room or in a non-teaching position, a student, an alumnus, or a donor at Dodge City Community College, you are part of an exceptional team that delivers high quality and compassionate education!
Each day you see firsthand the value and importance of providing quality education to our students and community. We wouldn’t be able to accomplish this without the proper facilities, tools, equipment, and technology.
With new modern facilities and scholarships we can provide quality education to the people who live, work, and play in Ford County and the surrounding communities. In a rural community college, having state-of-the-art facilities and scholarships are important for educational competition, job security, retention of instructors and staff. If we are successful with our fundraising, the impact of any new facility and increased scholarships will have on attracting students and increasing quality of college life will be dramatic.
You are equally committed to understanding how important it is to get the best value from each and every dollar and understand the important role you play as one member in a team of dedicated educational professionals and supporters. And, you understand just how critical it is for us to finish the Student Activities Center and create more scholarships so that we can meet the growing needs of our thriving community. Now you have an opportunity to address those needs by supporting the Why Not DC3 campaign.
If you are interested in participating in this campaign, please make checks payable to Dodge City Community College Foundation, in the memo notate "Why Not DC3" and send to:
Dodge City Community College Foundation
2501 North 14th Ave
Dodge City, KS 67801
Be a part of the Culture of Philanthropy at Dodge City Community College! By doing so, you are setting an example for future generations. Many students who receive the benefits of the DC3 Foundation become tomorrow's donors. Your gift can create a "chain of Philanthropy" that extends our culture of common good well into the future.