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Colleges and Universities
Bismarck State College (link)
Bismarck State College, the fourth largest college in the North Dakota University System, is a comprehensive community college providing student-centered learning in these areas: transfer courses, technical programs, online classes and programs, corporate and continuing education, and workforce training.
Dickinson State University (link)
Dickinson State University is a regional four-year institution within the North Dakota University System, whose primary role is to contribute to intellectual, social, economic, and cultural development, especially to the West River Region of North Dakota.
Fort Berthold Community College (link)
Fort Berthold Community College provides quality cultural, academic, and vocational education and services for the Mandan, Hidatsa, and Arikara Nation. Fort Berthold Community College is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission, a commission of the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools.
Jamestown College (link)
Jamestown College is a private, liberal arts four-year college which grants Bachelor of Arts, Bachelor of Science, and Bachelor of Science in Nursing degrees. Jamestown College offers more than 40 areas of study.
Lake Region State College (link)
Lake Region State College is a multi-campus college with a diverse student body that includes over 1500 students spread out across the state and across the globe. Lake Region State College programs and courses are accredited by the Higher Learning Commission and approved by the North Dakota State Board of Higher Education.
Mayville State University (link)
Mayville State University, the nation's first Tablet PC campus, is a personable rural campus with nearly 70 academic programs and an enrollment of over 800 students.
Minot State University (link)
Minot State University is a Carnegie Master's I institution. It is the third largest higher education institution in the state and the only non-doctoral university to grant master's degrees. Three colleges comprise the university's academic offerings: Arts and Sciences, Business, and Education and Health Sciences. Twelve master's degrees are offered in such areas as communication disorders, management, education, and mathematics.
Minot State University Bottineau (link)
The 35-acre campus of MSU-Bottineau is located on the northern edge of the city of Bottineau. It consists of five classroom buildings, three residence halls, a student center, and three interactive video network studios. MSU-Bottineau is one of the eleven campuses in the North Dakota University System which is governed by the seven members North Dakota State Board of Higher Education.
North Dakota State College of Science (link)
The North Dakota State College of Science career and technical education majors move NDSCS graduates into the workplace, while more than 20 academic options are designed for graduates who want to finish a bachelor's degree at a four-year college or university.
North Dakota State University (NDSU) (link)
North Dakota State University is a member of Tri-College University, which permits students at NDSU, Minnesota State University Moorhead and Concordia College to take courses at either of the other two schools at no extra charge. NDSU offers more than 100 majors.
Sitting Bull College (link)
Sitting Bull College is an academic and technical institution committed to improving the levels of education and training, economic and social development of the people it serves while promoting responsible behavior consistent with the Lakota/Dakota culture and language.
The University of North Dakota (UND) (link)
The University of North Dakota is the state's most comprehensive intensive research university and the primary center for professional education and training. UND has brought in more than $353 million for sponsored programs from internal and external sources over the last five years. It is one of only 47 public universities with both accredited law and medical schools. UND's economic impact on the state and region is nearly $1 billion a year.
Turtle Mountain Community College (link)
Turtle Mountain Community College is an autonomous Indian controlled college on the Turtle Mountain Chippewa Reservation focusing on general studies, undergraduate education, vocational education, direct scholarly research, and continuous improvement of student learning. By creating an academic environment in which the cultural and social heritage of the Turtle Mountain Band of Chippewa is brought to bear throughout the curriculum, the college establishes an administration, faculty, and student body exerting leadership within the community and providing service to it.
United Tribes Technical College (link)
United Tribes Technical College is a regionally accredited institution, having achieved accreditation through the Higher Learning Commission of the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools. In addition, UTTC is the first tribal college in the nation authorized to offer full on-line degree programs. The college is considered a 1994 Tribal Land Grant Institution.
University of Mary (link)
University of Mary has a unique emphasis on servant-leadership for every student, intensive leadership development through the Harold Schafer Emerging Leaders Academy, and excellent undergraduate and graduate academic programs. U-Mary is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission of the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools with more than 65 volunteer organizations, 19 varsity sports -- U-Mary is the only North Dakota school in the National Collegiate Athletic Association Northern Sun Intercollegiate Conference and a 98 percent placement rate after graduation. We're proud to be America's Leadership University.
Valley City State University (link)
Valley City State University offers over 80 degree programs in teacher education, information technology, business, communication arts, social science, math, science, health, physical education, art, and music. Online and distance education options include a Master of Education (M.Ed.), graduate and undergraduate programs in Technology Education, and an endorsement in English Language Learners (ELL)/English as a Second Language (ESL). An outstanding on-campus experience includes beautiful and historic facilities, recently updated dorms, great student activities, and Dakota Athletic Conference athletics.
Williston State College (link)
Williston State College operates as a two-year public community college that offers transfer programs leading to Associate in Arts and Associate in Science Degrees. Students can complete the first two years of many majors and transfer with junior status to most four-year colleges and universities in the North Dakota University System. The college is one of eleven institutions under the jurisdiction of the North Dakota State Board of Higher Education.