FALL 2018 ENROLLMENT 996
TYPES OF DEGREES Associate degrees and diploma and certificate programs
NUMBER OF PROGRAMS/DEGREES 35
AVERAGE CLASS SIZE 12
STUDENT-TO-FACULTY RATIO 12 to 1
Bottineau is a friendly community of about 3,000 residents and offers plenty of opportunities for hikers, hunters, skiers and snowmobilers.
Students have the opportunity to be involved in Student Senate, Wildlife Club, Phi Theta Kappa (honor society), Leaderjacks (leadership development), drama, intramural sports and varsity athletics. Living in the residence halls offers convenient access to campus activities and events, classrooms, computer labs, fitness rooms and the library.
LOCATION & AREA
Dakota College at Bottineau is located in north central North Dakota. Bottineau is a friendly community of about 3,000 residents and offers plenty of opportunities for hikers, hunters, skiers and snowmobilers. The Turtle Mountain State Forest, Lake Metigoshe, Bottineau Winter Park, J. Clark Salyer National Wildlife Refuge and the International Peace Gardens are all short drives from the campus. Surrounding lakes, forests and game refuges provide ideal hands-on laboratory experiences.
Dakota College has an open admissions policy. A student who has earned a high school diploma or successfully completed the GED exam may enroll at Dakota College.
Higher Learning Commission of the North Central Association (NCA); contact the campus for information about accreditation and/or certification of specific programs.
2018-19 ACADEMIC YEAR COSTS*
|ROOM & BOARD $6,710.00|
* North Dakota full-time resident rates; non-resident rates are available at www.ndus.edu. Room and board rates assume double occupancy and 14 or 15 meals per week.
Scholarships are awarded to freshman and sophomore DCB students by area of study, alumni relationships, financial need, residency and academic ability. One generic application qualifies students for consideration in all academic scholarship areas.
|SCHOLARSHIPS Continuous basis|
|FAFSA April 15|
|HOUSING Continuous basis|
TYPES OF DISTANCE EDUCATION
Online, Interactive Video Network (IVN), off-campus face-to-face
Boasting a 9-to-1 student-to-faculty ratio, students receive the one-on-one attention they deserve.
MAJORS & DEGREES
Students can find whatever they’re looking for at Dakota College where a wide variety of programs and options will suit almost anyone. From environmental programs, such as horticulture, wildlife and environmental technology, to cutting- edge programs in technology, health professions and business – DCB has it all.
For students who are interested in careers and technical degrees that will get them into the workplace in a year or two, Dakota College’s hands-on programs are a great fit. With over 30 programs, almost any student will find the right career path.
Interested in a four-year degree? Students can attend Dakota College for the first two years, complete the general education requirements and earn associate degrees. Then they can transfer to four-year colleges or universities to earn bachelors’ degrees.
WHY DAKOTA COLLEGE?
At Dakota College, students receive high-quality education in a caring environment. Because of the 12-to-1 student-to-faculty ratio, students receive the one-on-one attention they deserve. And the caring environment doesn’t stop in the classroom. In Dakota College’s close-knit, residential environment, students make lifelong friendships, attend campus events and participate in athletics.
Dakota College has exceptional athletic teams in men’s football, ice hockey, basketball and baseball and women’s softball, basketball and volleyball. The ice hockey team won the 2007, 2008, 2009 and 2010, 2016, 2017 NJCAA National Championship, the women’s basketball team won the 2007,2011, 2013, 2014, 2015, and 2017 NJCAA Region 13 Championships and participated in the NJCAA 2014 and 2017 national tournament while the men’s basketball team won the 2014 and 2015 NJCAA region 13 Championships and the football team participated in the 2013 Salt City Bowl and 2014 Graphic Edge Bowl.
Barbara Ann "Annie"
I have always been interested in wildlife and the outdoors, so it was no problem figuring out what I wanted to do for my career. After looking at a few other colleges I decided to take a tour of the DCB campus. By the time we were halfway done I knew this is where I wanted to go.
Dakota College has exceptional athletic teams in men’s football, ice hockey, basketball and baseball and women’s softball, basketball and volleyball.
DAKOTA COLLEGE AT BOTTINEAU
105 Simrall Blvd
Bottineau, ND 58318
Larry Brooks, Associate Dean for Student Affairs