Carolyn Cook
Physical Education/Health
Josh Cook
Shannon Corazzo
Nursing Lab Coordinator and Simulation Assistant
Nursing Program
Thom Costa
Judie Coulter
Mario Covelski
Enterprise Computing Technology (ECT)
Paul Coyan
Educational Technology/D2L Support
Information Technology
Patrick Cramer
Heating,Ventilation/Air Cond
Shana Crandall
Portrait of Cathy Crea
Experience: Prior to joining the faculty at Century College, Cathy taught middle school English/Language Arts in Bloomington, MN.
Teaching Approach: "I work to help students develop the skills they need to succeed here at Century as well as in their future goals."
Education: MA, Curriculum and Instruction, University of St. Thomas; Reading, University of Minnesota
Notable Achievements: Century College PRIDE award, 2019
Hobbies: Metalsmithing/jewelry arts, knitting
Cathy Crea
Reading/Student Success
Keith Cunnien
Tom Curtis
Lisa Dalke
Excellent Reading Facilitator
Reading/Student Success
Alistair Dam
Lab Assistant - Computer Applications
Information Technology
Julie Daniels
Christina Davis
Faculty/Program Director
Jermaine Davis
Communication Studies
Shawndell De Joode
Lab Assistant
Medical Assisting
Portrait of Crystal De Kam
Experience: Crystal De Kam is a licensed Mental Health Professional in the state of Minnesota and has worked in community mental health services for over three years before transitioning to college counseling settings. Crystal has worked in college counseling (mental health, personal, and career counseling) for over five years and continues to work at Century College in the counseling department as well as teaching courses in psychology and the Behavioral Health and Interventions course. She began teaching three years ago.
Teaching Approach: "While teaching I take a student-centered approach to help students learn the material by focusing on meeting the students where they are at in the course of their learning. I find students learn best when the content can be related to the student's experience and career aspirations and I work to help students understand how the course is relevant to the student. My courses often have multiple ways for the student to learn the content and to show they understand the content in an effort to help all students with their preferred learning method."
Education: Crystal De Kam began her education at a community college in the metro area, Normandale Community College, and continued with her education to complete a B.A. in psychology with a health services focus at Winona State University. She later completed her Masters in Counseling and Psychological Services at Saint Mary's University in Minneapolis.
Hobbies: As a lifetime learner I am always looking into new hobbies and interests; right now I am enjoying gardening
Crystal De Kam
Advising and Counseling
Russell Dedrick
Cory Degerstrom
Information & Telecommunications
Mark Deutsch
Facilities Services
Portrait of Bimpe Diji
Experience: Dr. Diji has been teaching psychology since 2004. She taught six years at Covenant University, Nigeria, two years at the University of Northwestern, Minnesota, and has been at Century College since Spring 2012. In addition to teaching, she has experience in the "Read Right" instruction, which is a unique reading improvement methodology (brain science) that helps struggling readers become excellent readers. Likewise, she is involved in students' assessment at various levels and regularly participates in the Advanced Placement (AP) research program. Dr. Diji has also been active in the K-12 education system, including being an advocate of the Advancement Via Individual Determination (AVID) model designed to close the achievement gap and help students with high academic potential prepare for college/university. She is also a founding member and the current chair of a new PreK-12 charter school (Innovation science and technology Academy) in the Twin Cities, Minnesota. The goal of this unique charter school is to develop at an early age, globally conscious student innovators, and agents of change.
Teaching Approach: Dr. Diji's passion for teaching comes from a deep desire to contribute to students' success. She continuously seeks to inspire students through interactive learning and equips them with tools and strategies that promote personal growth and the fulfillment of their educational goals. Dr. Diji loves teaching and learning from various students' perspectives. The experiences she gained while working at a psychiatric hospital has deepened her love for humanity. Hence, she strives to be a better person to those around her each day. She has some publications on students' examination cheating attitude and behavior, workplace absenteeism, and leadership escalation behavior, but student success is truly her calling. She's just what you can call a Generalist Psychologist.
Education: BS, Psychology, University of Ibadan-Nigeria; MS, I-O Psychology, Covenant University-Nigeria; Ph.D., I-O Psychology, Walden University
Hobbies: Research, reading, and singing
Bimpe Diji
Edward Dillon
Kevin Dirkse
Advising And Counseling Assistant
Advising and Counseling
Aarin Distad
Assistant Director
New Student Orientation
Emmanuel Doh
Portrait of Susannah Dolance
Experience: Susannah Dolance grew up in Dallas, Texas and discovered her passion for Sociology early in her undergraduate studies at Texas Tech University, where she earned a BA in Sociology in 1997. She earned her Master's degree and PhD in Sociology at the University of Michigan. In 2004, Susannah moved from Michigan to Minnesota in order to teach Sociology and Gender Studies full-time at Century College. Her areas of interest are gender, sexuality, race, education, and social change.
Teaching Approach: "Discussion is at the heart of my teaching, no matter what class. Because we examine big, sometimes controversial or difficult ideas, I believe we have to talk about them. The diverse experiences and perspectives students bring to the class help everyone learn to think sociologically and critically."
Education: BA, Sociology, Texas Tech University; MA & PhD, Sociology, University of Michigan
Hobbies: Dr. Dolance lives with her partner in Northeast Minneapolis, where in her free time, she enjoys reading (especially fantasy and science fiction), biking, and cooking and eating good food.
Susannah Dolance
Kelly Donahue
Portrait of Martha Dornbush
Experience: Martha has taught at Century College in the ESOL Department since 2003. She also taught in the Reading Department from 2004-2010. She was teaching at the U of MN before that at the Minnesota English Center, which was an English language center for students coming to the university from other countries.
Teaching Approach: "My favorite quote about teaching sums up my approach: 'None but the humble become good teachers of adults...Indeed, in some of the best adult classes it is difficult to discover who is learning most, the teacher or the students.' - Eduard Lindeman (as quoted in 'The Adult Learner' by Malcolm S. Knowles, p. 109)"
Education: MA in TESL (Teaching English as a Second Language) from University of MN; Secondary credentialing in Reading
Martha Dornbush


General number: 651-779-3200
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TTY: 651-773-1715 (for the hearing impaired)
Emergency/Life Threatening: 911
Department Phone Fax Email
Academic Affairs
W 3232
(651) 779-3360
Access Center
W 2440
(651) 773-1745 (651) 779-5831
W 2350
(651) 773-1700 (651) 773-1796
Advising and Counseling
W 2410
(651) 779-3285 (651) 773-1746
All College Calendar/Calendar Conflicts (651) 779-3219
Automotive Dismantling (651) 415-5222
Automotive Service Technology
E 1543
(651) 779-5752
Bulletin (Official College Communication) (651) 779-3470
Business Office
W 2340
(651) 779-3278 (651) 779-3418
Cafeteria & Catering East (651) 779-3961
Cafeteria & Catering West (651) 779-3482
Career Services
W 2402
(651) 779-5774
W 1520
(651) 779-3358 (651) 748-2625
E 2420
(651) 779-3341 (651) 779-5802
E 3361
(651) 779-5756
Credit for Prior Learning
E 2523
(651) 773-1704
Dental - Appointments
E 3671
(651) 779-5787
District 916
(651) 415-5537
E 1261
(651) 779-3347 (651) 773-1716
Earth Science
E 2842
(651) 779-3242
Emergency Contact: Facilities (651) 779-3215
Emergency Contact: Security (Non Life Threatening) (651) 747-4000
Emergency Medical Services (651) 779-5794
Employee Development
E 1631
(651) 779-3905 (651) 779-3269
Engineering CAD Technology
E 1373
(651) 773-1730
W 3350
(651) 779-5747
Escorts (Public Safety) (651) 747-4000
E 1555
(651) 747-4039
Event Services
E 2531
(651) 773-1792 (651) 779-3470
E 1371
(651) 773-1730
Financial Aid
W 2201
(651) 779-3305 (651) 779-5816
Financial Aid and Scholarships
W 2201
(651) 779-3305 (651) 779-5816
Fitness Center
W 1605
(651) 747-4054
Gender Studies
W 3461
(651) 779-3459
General Questions (651) 779-3300
Health Services
E 2232
(651) 779-3954
Human Resources
E 1395
(651) 779-5804 (651) 779-5757
Information Technology
E 1650
(651) 779-3495 (651) 779-3269
Institutional Effectiveness
W 3201
(651) 779-3999
International Student Services
W 1221
(651) 779-3344
IT Help Desk - Staff/Faculty
E 1650
(651) 779-3495
IT Help Desk - Students (651) 779-3295
Language Lab
W 1190
(651) 779-3978
Law Enforcement Program
E 3563
(651) 779-3981
E 1800
(651) 779-3968
Mailroom (East)
E 1261
(651) 779-3957 (651) 773-1716
Marketing Department
E 2258
(651) 779-3918
Mathematics Resource Center
W 3318
(651) 779-3375
Multicultural Student Center
W 1220
(651) 773-1709
New Student Orientation (651) 779-3404
NorthEast Metro Post Secondary Program
E 2371
(651) 415-5518
Nursing Program
E 2251
(651) 779-3431
Peer Tutoring (East)
E 2542
(651) 747-4088
Peer Tutoring (West)
W 2460
(651) 747-4009
Perkins Program
W 2250
(651) 779-3953
Phi Theta Kappa
W 1490
(651) 779-3333 (651) 779-3417
Photo ID
W 2330
(651) 779-3299
Physical Education/Intramurals (651) 779-3951
Physical Education/Sports Mgmt (651) 779-3415
Physical Plant: Spills/Emergency Repair - Evenings (651) 779-3215
Psychology (651) 779-3450
Public Safety
E 1392
(651) 747-4000
Radiologic Tech
E 3260
(651) 779-3431 (651) 779-5779
Reading/Student Success
W 3250
(651) 779-3351
W 2220
(651) 779-3299 (651) 773-1708
Room Scheduling
(651) 773-1727
E 2506
(651) 779-3356
Social and Behavioral Science (651) 779-3450
Student Affairs (651) 779-3356 (651) 779-3373
Student Health Clinic
E 2232
(651) 779-3954
Student Life
W 1210
(651) 779-5765 (651) 748-2625
Student Resource & Support Center
W 2450
(651) 747-4098
Student Senate
W 1490
(651) 779-3317
Testing Center
W 2470
(651) 779-3352 (651) 779-5811
W 2330
(651) 779-3950
Transfer Student Services / DARS
W 2240
(651) 779-3908 (651) 779-3419
Transition Program (651) 451-5530
TRIO/Education Talent Search
E3575 and E3574
(651) 779-3967 (651) 779-3206
TRIO/Student Support Services
W 2461
(651) 779-3226 (651) 747-4090
Veterans Center
W 1217
(651) 779-3218
Voice Mail (From Off Campus) (651) 779-5539
E 1581
(651) 773-1744
Work Study, Student
W 2320
(651) 779-3318
Writing Center
W 3280
(651) 779-3400