Please take a moment to provide feedback on DCTC’s Food Pantry via this form by 8 a.m. on Friday, October 29. Questions? Contact: Anna Voight Associate Director of Student Life email@example.com 651-423-8649
Veterans Day is November 11 Write a message of thanks to a veteran by Monday, November 1! Write a message. Messages collected will be sent to military members within the DCTC community. Questions? Contact: Anna Kimmel
Author and speaker Mark Wallace shared 5 Steps to Better Control and Focus in a Chaotic Reality in four sessions throughout the day on September 21. These sessions previewed a systematic approach to school, work and life that can
Blood Drive Sign up now for the Blood Drive by visiting redcrossblood.org and entering DCTC to schedule an appointment. When: Thursday, October 7 8:30 am -1:30 pm Where: Dakota Room Why: There’s an emergency blood
Did you miss the live webinar Moving Forward: From Fundamentalist Hate to Embracing Freedom on September 30? Through telling her trans-experience, Justice leads the audience in a conversation about experiences of
A Voyage of Tragedy: the USS Pueblo In January 1968, the USS Pueblo sailed from Japan on what was expected to be a routine intelligence-gathering mission. Its capture by the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea was a serious
Join us in honoring POW/MIA Recognition Day, which took place Sept. 17, 2021. POW/MIA Day Talk: A Voyage of Tragedy: The U.S. Pueblo, 1968 In January 1968, the USS Pueblo sailed from Japan on what was expected to be a routine
DCTC Students are encouraged to apply for scholarships through LeadMN! View more information about LeadMN scholarships and apply. Scholarship Application Deadlines LeadMN has two scholarship deadlines: November 1 and April 1.
Do you ever feel completely overloaded? Like there is just too much to manage? Ever had that experience where you know what you want or need to do but inevitably get caught up in something completely different? You are not alone.
The LGBTQ+ 101 session is a place to come and learn all about terminology, perspective of the LGBTQ+ community, and practice using these terms so you can feel confident that you are respecting your neighbors, classmates, family