Harold Nolte earned his Ed.D. from Mississippi State University and has acquired years of experience in post-secondary education administration. In October 2015, Dr. Harold Nolte was named the president of Dodge City Community College (DCCC) in Kansas.
DCCC was established in 1935, and has since offered students a wide selection of associate degrees and other educational programs, in fields such as art, biology, education, and business technology. Students attending DCCC have the opportunity to get involved outside of classes in a variety of entertaining and educational ways.
1. Radio and TV Broadcasting: Students can work with one of the college’s two radio stations or the local-access television channel. By getting involved, students build networking opportunities with local broadcast stations.
2. The Student Government Association: This organization offers students a platform from which to voice their opinions and be heard in college policy matters. Members are chosen from the various clubs on campus, as well as from the general membership of the student body.
3. Music Opportunities: Students enrolled at DCCC can take part in one of the college’s four instrumental musical groups. The college offers a wind ensemble, pep band, jazz ensemble, and jazz combo. In addition, students can join the community-wide Dodge City Symphony.