Dixie State College of Utah

Dixie State College Of Utah

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Dixie State College of Utah (also DSC, Dixie College, or the Dixie State) is a college located in St. George, Utah, United States.


The institution was started by The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints on September 19, 1911, under the name "St. George Stake Academy". In 1916, the academy became "Dixie Normal College", and then in 1923 the name was changed to "Dixie Junior College". In 1933 the LDS Church discontinued its support of the College until it reinstated support in 1935 and combined it with parochial grammar and secondary school education. In 1970, the school became "Dixie College", then in 2000 it became "Dixie State College of Utah" when the Utah State Legislature granted the college baccalaureate degree status. When the school first opened its doors, there were only 42 students. In 2000, when the college became a four-year college, enrollment had reached approximately 7,000 students.

On September 7, 2007, Dixie State College Board of Trustees members announced that Dixie State College of Utah would petition the University of Utah to become the University of Utah—St. George. The proposal was approved by the Dixie State College Board of Trustees on October 7, 2007, and by the University of Utah Board of Trustees on October 14, 2007. The two institutions formed a task force to...
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