About Harold Nolte

An experienced higher education administrator, Harold Nolte recently accepted the position of interim president of Dodge City Community College (DCCC) in Dodge City, Kansas. He will serve in this capacity for a minimum of three to six months and possibly more, depending on the needs of the institution. In an interview with the Board of Trustees that appeared in the Dodge City Daily Globe, Harold Nolte stated that he aims to provide insight on improving agriculture and health programs, as well as science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) opportunities.

Mr. Nolte previously oversaw school policy development and implementation as district president and CEO of Blinn College in Brenham, Texas. His achievements include streamlining the efforts of staff across four campuses and forming an engineering academy partnership with Texas A&M University.

In preparation for his career, Harold Nolte earned a BS in secondary education and an MS in counseling from Baylor University. Furthering his education, he completed an EdD in educational leadership at Mississippi State University and a postdoctoral certificate at the Harvard University Institute for Educational Management.

Work History

Work History
Jul 1980 - May 1992

 Director of Student Activities

South Plains College


Jan 1985 - Present


Mississippi State University