Dixie State University is a public university based in St. George, Utah, Dixie Region in the USA. It was founded in 1911 as St. George Stake Academy by LDS Church. The academy became Dixie Normal College in 1916, and in 1923 it was changed to Dixie Junior College. LDS church stopped its support to the college in 1933 and local people ensured smooth operation of college through their collective donations and services. The funding of the college was taken over by the State Board of Education in 1935. In 2013, its status changed from a college to a university, and it was named Dixie State University.
The university has two sporting affiliations– NCAA Division I & NCAA Division II, both being intermediate-level divisions of competition in the National Collegiate Athletic Association. The university is also accredited to Northwest Commission on Colleges and Universities (NWCCU). The main campus of the university is at St. George, Utah, and a campus extension is located in Hurricane, Utah. The university has all facilities that ensure the comfort of staff and students. The university’s housing community features a variety of complexes. Students can get dormitories, apartments, shared or private rooms. The university’s Dining Services cater to the food requirements of the students, faculty, staff, and campus guests. They have a variety of options such as food court, market, sandwich shop, vending, and catering.
The university’s Campus Store offers textbooks, other books, educational and office, and art supplies. The university’s Library and Learning Services, Special collections, and archives, and the writing center provides the resources required for promoting research and developing the curriculum and programs of the university. The university offers 4 master’s courses, 45 bachelor’s courses, 11 associate courses, 44 minors, and 23 certificates or endorsements. The subjects offered are Accounting, American Sign Language, Anthropology, Art, Biology, Business, Chemistry, Chinese, Cooperative Education, Communication, Computer Information Systems, Computer Information Technology, Web design and development, and so on.
Some of the notable alumni of the university are Jeffrey R. Holland, an American educator, and religious leader. He also served as the ninth president of Brigham Young University. Nolan D. Archibald is the CEO of Black and Decker. Gregory Antone Prince, a pathology researcher, entrepreneur, author, and historian of the Latter-day Saint movement, David Jack Rose, an American college basketball coach and the former head coach of Brigham Young University’s men’s basketball team, Corey Dillon, a former American football running back who played in the National football league, mainly with Cincinnati Bengals, Lionel Hollins, an American professional basketball coach and assistant coach for the Los Angeles Lakers of NBA, Marcus Banks, an American former professional basketball player, M. Anthony Burns, an American businessman and CEO of Ryder System Inc are the students of the university.
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