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“I proudly served my country”

“I followed in their footsteps to proudly serve my country by joining the Marines in infantry.” “I am honored to have a legacy of military service in my family. My grandfathers, uncle, aunt, brother, step-father, father-in-law, and nephew were all in the military. I followed in their footsteps to proudly serve my country by joining the Marines in infantry. After boot camp, I graduated the School of Infantry in Light Armored Reconnaissance before heading to my duty station. I served in the 2nd Marines, 2nd LAR Batt., Bravo Company at Camp Lejeune, North Carolina and Panama, Central America.” Learn...

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Volleyball Team Faces University of Dallas

The Volleyball team had an exciting home opener facing University of Dallas on the new gym floor! It was a hard fought match for the DCC Crusaders 25-22, 18-25, 16-25, 25-15, and 10-15. The final score was 2-3, DCC losing by one. However, it was our best game, protecting the net with Ta’Kela Taylor leading in blocks with 4 solo and 1 assisted. Destinee Branch led the team with 17 kills. Everyone stepped up their game and played together. Although we lost, we made a statement at that game. We may be small in numbers, but can be mighty...

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DCC Encourages your Participation in North Texas Giving Day September 22

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: September 12, 2016 Dallas, TX, September 12, 2016– With over 65 years of influencing Christian servants, Dallas Christian College is thankful for the faithful support of many people and churches. North Texas Giving Day (NTGD), September 22, is an online nation-wide effort to boost funding for North Texas nonprofits in a one-day event. This is the fifth time that Dallas Christian College has participated in this event. Communities Foundation of Texas, the sponsor of NTGD, provides a percentage to every participant, based on the amount that is contributed that day. In other words, the more that...

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Restructuring Student Learning Center Leads to Reduced Staffing at Dallas Christian College

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: August 31, 2016 DALLAS, August 31, 2016- The announced restructuring of the Dallas Christian College (DCC) Academic Mentoring and Student Learning Center brings some great changes for DCC students, but it also means a reduction in staffing. Mr. “Sparky” Montoya will no longer be serving as academic mentor. Faculty, staff, and students will all miss Sparky’s work and presence on the campus. He has been at DCC for 10 years, putting in place an excellent system of student tutoring (while at the same time completing his M.S. in Student Affairs at Texas A&M Commerce). Sparky and his team of...

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C.C. Crawford Library to Become the C. C. Crawford Library and Student Learning Center

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: August 31, 2016 DALLAS, August 31, 2016-“It’s a wonderful thing when one solution can resolve two pressing concerns,” stated Bruce Long, Interim Vice President for Academic Affairs, about moving the student learning center on the third floor into an enlarged space in the C.C. Crawford Library. “The expansion of degree offerings in recent years has created a classroom space issue that has made it difficult for the Registrar to get all the necessary classes scheduled into appropriate classroom spaces. The student learning center is in an excellent space, but it is on the third floor, which can...

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