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DCTC Daily

DCTC Daily

Coming Up @ DCTC

  • Jul
    7
    Tuesday Campus Visit
    Tuesday, Jul. 7  | 12:45 p.m. – 2:30 p.m.

    Stop by the Rosemount Campus every Tuesday at 12:45 p.m. and learn about the great opportunities DCTC has to offer. Get your questions answered by admissions professionals, learn about our academic programs, review the Admissions Checklist, tour classrooms, shops & labs, and see why DCTC is the place for you. No appointment is needed so please feel free to stop in or get more information here. We hope to see you soon!

  • Jul
    9
    Mobile Pantry
    Thursday, Jul. 9  | 12:00 p.m. – 3:00 p.m.

    Are you struggling to have enough food to eat at home? The Mobile Pantry will be available to any DCTC student in need of food support. Mobile Pantry participation has no income requirements or residency restrictions. The program is free to all students, who become eligible upon completing an intake with a trained DCTC staff member. The Mobile Pantry will be on campus Thursdays between 12 - 3 p.m. Intakes and monthly appointments must be arranged in advance. Students who would benefit from this program are encouraged to visit the Learning Center, Student Life, or an Academic Advisor. Contact mobile.pantry@dctc.edu to schedule an intake or appointment.

  • Jul
    14
    Tuesday Campus Visit
    Tuesday, Jul. 14  | 12:45 p.m. – 2:30 p.m.

    Stop by the Rosemount Campus every Tuesday at 12:45 p.m. and learn about the great opportunities DCTC has to offer. Get your questions answered by admissions professionals, learn about our academic programs, review the Admissions Checklist, tour classrooms, shops & labs, and see why DCTC is the place for you. No appointment is needed so please feel free to stop in or get more information here. We hope to see you soon!

  • Jul
    14
    Prior Learning Info Session
    Tuesday, Jul. 14  | 3:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m.

    Earn up to 40 credits for prior learning!

    Whether it takes place at home, at work, or through an interest or hobby, learning is a lifelong activity. Many adults, who are now returning to, or attending college for the first time seek credit for this lifelong learning as a way to accelerate their progress toward a degree, diploma, or certificate. By evaluating knowledge and skills, colleges and universities are able to award college credit for learning from:

    • corporate training
    • independent study
    • military service
    • on-the-job training
    • volunteer service

    A degree may be closer than you think!

    Stop by this information session or visit DCTC.edu/CPL to learn more!

    Contact

    Jonathan O'Hara
    651-423-8373
    jonathan.ohara@dctc.edu

    Scott Gunderson
    651-423-8295
    scott.gunderson@dctc.edu