Cru at DCB
We exist as a caring community passionate about knowing Jesus Christ personally. We exist to encourage and assist college students to grow in their Christian faith through events on and off campus. We embrace people of all backgrounds and encourage them to consider who Jesus Christ was and is and His words as correctly depicted in the historical writings commonly called the Bible (Old & New Testaments). We serve to equip students to begin and grow their own ministries of their choosing such as leading Bible study fellowships, and ministries of compassion towards others in spiritual, physical or emotional need. We sponsor states-side and foreign missions in partnership with Bible-believing Churches therefore we are an arm of the local Church. Our events on campus are open to college students, faculty and staff. Off campus we offer retreats, conferences and mission projects.
Scott, Cru campus ministry
The Honors Program is a component of the college’s focus that aspires to convince students to go Beyond normal expectations. The program consists of a variety of learning opportunities aimed at preparing students for a lifetime of achievement.
Advisor: Amy Koehler, email@example.com
Purpose or Misson: This organization is comprised of floral design, greenhouse, landscape, and turf students. The club sponsors plant sales through RAINBOW GARDENS and provides other classroom enhancement activities for horticulture students.
- Minot Rotary club-Friendship roses fund-raiser
- Sponsor a Christmas open house in the greenhouse
- Attend the North Dakota Nursery and Greenhouse convention
- Attned the North Dakota Florists Convention
- Attend the North Central Turfgrass Association Convention
- Participate in various field trips to local nursery and greenhouse businesses in fall and spring
Advisor: Mark LaCroix, firstname.lastname@example.org
Purpose or Misson: The college is aware that not all students possess the skill or choose to compete in an intercollegiate sport. Therefore, a program of intramural athletics is provided. Enrolled students may participate in intramural sports. Activities that the program has sponsored include, but are not limited to the following: softball, floor hockey, volleyball, basketball, badminton, and dodgeball.
Purpose or Misson: Leaderjacks gives students the opportunity to meet with and interact with other students from various majors about marketing and business issues. Students also have the opportunity to enhance their leadership skills and network with business professionals.
Lumberacts Theatre Group
Purpose: The LumberActs Drama Group helps interested students learn more about theater. LumberActs does this by putting dramatic productions on stage and by attending theater performances in the area.
LumberActs presents a dramatic production in the fall and a dinner theater comedy production in the spring.
- Spring 2014 - The Last Pirate of the Caribbean
- Spring 2015 - Alice @Wonderland
- Fall 2015 - Twelve Angry Jurors
- Spring 2016 - My BFF (an original play)
- Spring 2017 - Game of Tiaras
- Fall 2017 - Crazytown
- Spring 2018 - Henry, Episode IV: A New Hope
Phi Theta Kappa
Feeling up to the challenge? Join the DCB chapter of Phi Theta Kappa, the official honor society for two-year colleges. PTK serves to recognize and encourage the academic achievement of two-year college students and provide opportunities for individual growth and development through honors, leadership and service programming. Join today to enhance your academic learning environment.
Adivsor: Laura Halvorson, email@example.com
Purpose or Misson: The Student Senate organization represents the student population of the College. It is comprised of a president, who is elected by the student body each spring, and a vice president and secretary treasurer who are elected in the fall. The organization acts as a liaison between the students and the College administration and faculty and the State Board of Higher Education. The Senate promotes student participation in college activities and helps coordinate these activities.
- President: Lexi Gullett
- Vice President: Masaya Archbold
- Head Delegate: TeeCee Clark
- Secretary: Kiara Hamel
Student Representatives: Nick Bruhn, Oscar Potts, Marlene Tapia, Kayla Koppenhaver, Taryn Roberts, Sarah Marshall, Cassandra Nagy, Ladaija Fitzgerald, and Stephany Ahamed
Join DCB Photography Instructors Clint Saunders and Todd Vorenkamp on this amazing photo trip to the scenic Northwest coast of Ireland.
Untouched and virtually unexplored, this ruggedly beautiful and remote part of Ireland is known as the Wild Atlantic Way. It’s no wonder Donegal was named the ‘Coolest Place on the Planet for 2017’ by National Geographic.
Nature is spectacular and bracing here, from the sea cliffs at Sliabh Liag, to deserted islands of Lough Erne, to the historic abbeys, castles and towers that display the rich history and culture of Ireland.
This program is for you and your camera– we will take you to some of the most beautiful landscapes and seascapes, from sunrise to sunset. The class includes a 6 week pre-trip online course on outdoor photography, along with classroom time in Ireland with lectures introducing you to Irish history & culture, and daily workshops on photography.
Adivsor: Shubham Datta, firstname.lastname@example.org
Mission: To give students from all backgrounds a chance to increase their knowledge and interest in the outdoors. (This is not a hunting and fishing club.)