May 27, 2024

DCCC Deals with Increased Enrollment as School Begins

Dodge City, KS (westernkansasnews.com) There is a lot of excitement brewing for the beginning of the new school year at Dodge City Community College.  President
Doctor Harold Nolte notes student housing is over its capacity, so some arrangements had to be made.

 

 

The renovated dorm Sheldon Hall should help alleviate this problem when it re-opens in November.  DCCC is also pumped for its initial ranking of eighth in the junior college national football polls.  That begs the question can a football team help student
enrollment?

The new student activities center will open at DCCC next month.  Doctor Nolte knows the facility will be well used.

There is also a walking track. The student activities center will even double up as a storm shelter. This will be extremely important to the community after a powerful storm swept through in May.

The May tornado caused a million dollars worth of roof damage at the college.

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