ACTION NEEDED: Enroll into Multi-Factor Authentication! Multi-factor authentication (MFA) requires users to sign-in using more than one verification method, which helps keep you and the college safe by preventing
The DCTC Student Senate is currently seeking students to participate in the following campus-wide committees and workgroups: Sustainable Facilities Committee (provide ideas and feedback related to campus facilities and
The J & J Trujillo Memorial Scholarship Program Deadline to apply: February 17, 2022 3:00 pm CT Amy and Anna Trujillo have established The J & J Trujillo Memorial Scholarship Program to assist students from Arizona, New
BIG ATHLETICS GARAGE SALE! The sale will included athletic clothing and items. Top merchandise! All priced to sell. Everything must go! All proceeds support the athletic department When Wednesday, December 1, from 1-3 p.m.
Emerging Leader Program The Emerging Leader program gives students the skills and confidence to prepare them for their career after school. Students will participate in monthly meetings with a cohort of other student leaders.
Great scholarship opportunity! The All-USA Academic Team recognizes high achieving college students who demonstrate academic excellence and intellectual rigor combined with leadership and service that extends their education
My Personal Story of Success: Sergeant First Class Lina Knox, a 17 year veteran of the Army National Guard, tells her story Lina Knox, Sergeant First Class in the Army National Guard, shared her empowering personal story of her
To our DCTC military-affiliated community, We asked DCTC students and employees, “What message would you like to share with our military community at DCTC this Veteran’s Day?” Here is what they wanted to tell you: Happy
Seeking students to participate in Auxiliary Committee. The DCTC Student Senate is looking for 1-3 students to serve on the college’s Auxiliary committees. This committee focuses on improving auxiliary services to
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