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Dixie State partners with Cicero Group to research the impact of the ‘Dixie’ name

Dixie State University is partnering with Cicero Group, an independent research firm headquartered in Salt Lake City, to conduct comprehensive research that will help the institution and its governing bodies understand the positive and negative impacts of continuing to include “Dixie” in the University’s name. Through this process, Cicero will take an unbiased approach through […]

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Dixie State University to Host Accreditation Evaluation Team

Dixie State University will host an evaluation team from the Northwest Commission on Colleges and Universities (NWCCU) for its seven-year, cyclical, comprehensive accreditation review on October 21 to 23.  Due to COVID-19, the visit and interviews will be conducted virtually, using the Zoom online platform. DSU’s last full-scale, accreditation evaluation was in October 2012. The […]

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Dixie Forum lecture series now available online for anytime viewing

Dixie State University’s popular lecture series Dixie Form: A Window on the World is now available for students and community members to watch virtually any time during the Fall 2020 semester.  Every Wednesday morning, new lectures will be posted online and highlight an expert presenting on that week’s topic. This semester, forums will feature everything […]

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Solar wind turbine incubated at Dixie State University added to Dixie Power grid

Incubated by the 3X Green company at DSU’s Atwood Innovation Plaza, a unique, patent-approved solar wind turbine is now generating power for the community through a partnership with Dixie Power. “It’s a solar and wind machine all in one,” said Dr. Wayne Provost, director of innovation, guidance & solutions at DSU’s Atwood Innovation Plaza. “The […]

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Dixie State reduces student fees by 27%

Dixie State University is excited to welcome students back to campus for face-to-face learning experiences while taking measures to safeguard students and the entire University community from risks associated with COVID-19. While the institution and the Dixie State University Student Association are working creatively through the pandemic to provide the “active learning. active life.” experiences […]

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DSU Faculty Senate’s Response to Racial Concerns Plaguing Our Nation

While affirming the equality of all persons the faculty wish to make it known that we stand in solidarity with the Black community. Recent violence and discrimination against Black, as well as other minority individuals and communities across the globe, reminds us of our ongoing professional and moral obligation to ensure all people are viewed, treated, […]

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Local high school students earn college credits through Dixie State University’s Concurrent Enrollment opportunity

Concurrent Enrollment through Dixie State University allows high schoolers to get a jump start on their college education by taking dual courses, and more than 2,500 local students are taking advantage of this opportunity each year. Under the leadership of DSU’s Director of Current Enrollment Kevin Simmons, enrollment has increased by 200% since 2015, providing […]

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Dixie State University’s statement regarding institutional name

Dixie State University leaders are mindful of the current, widespread national and local dialogue regarding racial symbols, terms, monuments, policies, names and more. In addition, we are cognizant of and sensitive to the multiple meanings associated with the name “Dixie.” There is a widely embraced, local sentiment toward the word Dixie that represents the rich pioneering […]

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Dixie State University student secures $100,000 in initial investments for desalination invention

Dixie State University student and Eden Technologies Founder and CEO Hunter Manz, along with company Co-Founder Zack Manweiler, have successfully secured $100,000 to help fund their desalination invention and address water scarcity issues in needed areas. “Our goal is to try to eliminate certain words from the vocabulary like drought and water scarcity,” Manz explained. […]

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Dixie State University wins 5 national Telly Awards for 2 music videos

Competing against more than 12,000 entries from all 50 states and five continents, Dixie State University won five national Telly Awards, which honors excellence in video across all screens. Dixie State University’s song and dance performing team, Raging Red, perform a scene in the university’s music video “You Will be Found,” which won a Gold […]

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