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We welcome college memorabilia that you find and may not want!  Yankton College serves many purposes.  This includes preserving the college artifacts once belonging to the school, faculty or its many students. Acquisitions, like this one, ensures appropriate measures and permanent care of the historical treasures that are deemed worthy and significant to telling the story of Yankton College.  

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A New Face At Yankton College - Wednesday, February 22, 2017
Yankton College is pleased to introduce you to our recently hired Office Assistant, Camille Swift-Slowey.  Camille has numerous connections to Yankton College and fits into the YC family perfectly. Her mother, Dorthea Swift ’83 attended YC for one year from 1965-66 and was named Miss Greyhound in 1966; Dorthea returned to attend Yankton College in 1981 until 1983 to earn her BA in English and Secondary Ed. An aunt, Donna Swift Holstine x’64, also attended YC from 1960-’62 before transferring and was also named Miss Greyhound in 1961. Camille's father, Jesse Joe Walsh (known as Joe Walsh at the time) graduated in 1966 with a degree in Theatre from Yankton College. Camille lives in Yankton, is married to Patrick Slowey and has a 25-year old stepdaughter, Kelsey and two elementary-aged daughters, Jade and Cadence. "I enjoy so many aspects of what I’m doing here in the YC office, but as a history enthusiast, I especially love the research and the preservation projects. I’m excited to be a part of the preparation for the eventual move to the Mead Building. I have always had heartfelt ties to Yankton College. I am thrilled that I get to be a part of Yankton College’s story after all!” Contact Camille at


Yankton College Reunion in Florida This May - Thursday, February 09, 2017
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