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Showing posts from Month: July 2015

DSU Names Builder of Student Housing Complex

Providing opportunities for social connections and academic engagement, the complex will include a large full kitchen, computer area and laundry room on each floor. Additionally, the facility will feature a multipurpose room, three activity/lounge areas, an exercise room and a conference room. When they’re ready for study breaks, students will be able to enjoy St. […]

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DSU Honors Annie Atkin Tanner with Plaque Dedication

The plaque aptly hangs in the Frank & Alice Holland Center for English Studies, the center of the English Department, where students study, give presentations and work on group projects. Students majoring in English at Dixie State develop writing skills that are useful in numerous professions and broaden their understanding of the complex relationship between […]

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DSU’s TRiO Student Support Services Receives $1.5M Grant

Thursday, July 23rd, 2015 The Dixie State University TRiO Student Support Services program recently received a $1.5 million federal grant that will make it possible for the program to continue serving students for the next five years. The program, which has been on the Dixie State campus since the early 1980s, offers assistance to students […]

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DSU to Offer a Bachelor’s Degree in Exercise Science

“This is a huge area of growth for us. Through the strategic plan, we identified academic programs we would like to build, and there is so much potential within the health sciences,” Dixie State President Richard B. Williams said. “We are excited to bring these programs to Dixie.” The new degree includes science-based curriculum that […]

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