Old Main Extravaganza:Dakota College’s Old Main Committee is sponsoring a Weekend Entertainment Extravaganza to raise money to help repurpose and rehabilitate the historic Old Main building on the DCB campus. The event will be held March 13 and 14 and will feature a concert by singer/songwriter Jessie Veeder; dart, poker, and bingo contests; a business showcase and a dance-through-the-decades.
DCB & UTTC Collaborate: DCB’s latest collaborative initiative is with United Tribes Technical College. The two schools have engaged in a cooperative arrangement to educate students interested in pursuing a degree in medical coding. Starting the second eight weeks of spring semester, 2015, DCB will deliver 134 Medical Disorders and 138 Basic Procedure Coding to students at United Tribes.
Community Supported Agriculture at DCB: Dakota College’s 4 Seasons Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) program is getting underway. The program is in its fifth year of operation and is a component of the college’s Entrepreneurial Center for Horticulture. The CSA is a local foods, vegetable producing activity in which participants buy shares in a garden located on campus. The CSA customers share the healthy and organically grown produce that is raised.