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Dixie Junior College Pres. Ferron C. Losee


In the 1970ís, Dixie College took on new dimensions. A vocational curriculum was added, opening up a second thrust of the institution. President Ferron C. Losee led out in this effort and in the construction of a number of new buildings -- the Liberal Arts building, the Trades and Industries complex, the Student Center, and residence halls. It became clear that the move to the new campus had also created a new image, making Dixie Junior College attractive not only to Washington County residents, but also to students from all over the state of Utah, surrounding states and beyond.  Under the administrations of Dr. Losee and Dr. Wm. Rolfe Kerr, enrollment grew to over 1500.


New Building:     Mechanic Storage building


Became known as Dixie Community College