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DC3 Participates in National Suicide Prevention Week September 15, 2017 The week of September 10-16 was Suicide Prevention Week. This nationally recognized awareness campaign educates the general public on the warning signs of suicide, shines a light on mental health, and encourages those suffering with thoughts of suicide to seek help.The DC3 Suicide Prevention Committee organized several events on campus to contribute to the nation-wide […]
DC3 Unveils New Website and Academic Logo On Friday, September 8th, Dodge City Community College unveiled the face of its new website. The web address remained the same (dc3.edu), but the site itself was redesigned to be more contemporary and user-friendly. Along with the redesign, a new academic logo was also chosen for the college with input from faculty, staff, and students.Gardner […]
Shrine Bowl to be played in Dodge City for 2019 Shrine Bowl to be played in Dodge City for 2019 Dodge City, Kansas-The KansasShrine Bowl is proud to announce that Dodge City, Kansas, has been selected to host the 2019 Kansas Shrine Bowl All-Star Football Game.  The two-day event will be June 7-8, 2019. “This is an event we’ve been pursuing for some time” said […]
DC3 Board of Trustees Candidate Forum September 6, 2017 Press ReleaseDodge City Community CollegeDodge City, KS–On Tuesday, October 17th, in the DC3 Little Theater, a Board of Trustees Candidate Forum will be hosted by Dodge City Community College, the Dodge City Daily Globe, Rocking M Media LLC, and the Dodge City Area Chamber of Commerce. The forum will be moderated by Retired District Judge […]
DC3 Students Enjoyed Experience at RiPS Camp August 17, 2017 Two Dodge City Community College students, Carmen Del Real and Vanessa Hernandez, attended this summer’s Research Immersion: Pathways to STEM (RiPS) camp at Kansas State University in Manhattan, Kansas. The 8-week camp provides professional preparation for students who are are underrepresented in the Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics fields.Del Real described her experience as enlightening. […]
DC3 Vice President Anthony Lyons Retires July 31, 2017 Dodge City, KS–Following 30 years of service to Dodge City Community College, Vice President of Workforce Development, Anthony Lyons, is retiring August 1, 2017. A passion for education led Vice President Lyons to begin his career at DCCC on September 1st, 1987. He was initially hired as an Admissions Representative and, from there, he has […]
DC3 Board Action Regarding Investigation July 14, 2017 PRESS RELEASE DODGE CITY COMMUNITY COLLEGEDodge City, KS–During the fall semester of 2016, the College’s auditors mentioned the number of guns and amount of ammunition the College had purchased. Further inquiry by the current administration raised questions concerning the purchase and use of guns and ammunition as well as other equipment and expenditures. As a […]
DC3 Hosts Migrant Student Leadership Summer Series June 13, 2017 On Thursday, June 22nd, the USD 443 Migrant Department Middle School and High School students, and their younger siblings, have been invited to participate in a summer session, provided by the USD 443 Migrant Department in collaboration with Dodge City Community College, entitled Migrant Student Leadership. In past years, the students have participated in technological […]
DC3 Adult Learning Center Holds GED Graduation June 5, 2017 On June 2, 2017, the DCCC Adult Learning Center graduated seventeen students from their GED prep and high school Equivalency programs.  Students received their Kansas High School diplomas in the Little Theatre on the DCCC campus. A former graduate of the program, Juan Guerrera, gave the address, encouraging students to inspire those who follow. Over […]