Dakota College at Bottineau

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Basic Information

Phone Number: 1-800-542-6866
Fax Number: 701-228-5499
Address: 105 Simrall Blvd, Bottineau, ND 58318

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Additional Information

President: Jerry Migler, PhD Campus Dean
School Type: Two Year College
Public/Private: Public
Religious Affiliation: None
Gender Preference: Coed
Hispanic Serving Institute: Yes
School Setting:

The 35-acre campus of Dakota College at Bottineau is located on the northern edge of the city of Bottineau. It consists of classroom buildings, residence halls, a student center, and an administrative building.

School Size: The official 2016 fall enrollment for Dakota College at Bottineau is 811 students. Additionally, the college serves students at Minot State University and Valley City State University in collaborative developmental education courses, leading to a total of 1020 students enrolled in DCB courses this fall.
Classroom Size: Every student comes first on a campus as intimate as ours. With small classes and a family atmosphere, you won't have to struggle for face time with your professors. Dakota College at Bottineau faculty are dedicated to teaching and accomplished in their fields, but above all they're available and approachable. A couple of weeks into the semester, you'll be calling them by their first names.
Student/Teacher Ratio: 8-1
Housing Availability:

Room and Board available on campus. http://www.dakotacollege.edu/student-life/housing/

Type of Housing: Dormitory Living
Diversity: The college continues to attract students from across the country as well as internationally. Currently, 189 students have come to DCB from other states, students also from Canada and from seven different countries.
Disability Services:

The Student Success Center provides supportive services to help students achieve their academic and career goals by providing academic, disability, and career services. The Student Success Center is one-stop shop for all students. Students are encouraged to swing by to utilize an array of services available. The Student Success Center is located in Thatcher Hall, Room 1104 and provides a variety of services for students:
• Advising Services
• Assistance with class scheduling
• Basic computer assistance
• Career Services
• Disability Support Services
• Free Tutoring
• Study Space
• Testing
• TRIO Program


All work, no play? Not on this campus. There's too much else to do and too many things to learn outside of the classroom. Dakota College at Bottineau encourages its students to get involved -- join a club, plan an event, create a show, become part of a community. It's easy to make friends here, and there's always something to do on campus. And off campus? Lake Metigoshe and the Turtle Mountains are less than 15 minutes away. Explore some of the opportunities here.

Sports: Dakota College at Bottineau offers seven varsity sports. About 175 students participate in one of Dakota College at Bottineau's seven varsity teams. Those who aren't on the field, court, or ice tend to be in the stands, where they have as much fun as the players. Please feel free to look through our athletic pages.
School Championships:

10 time NJCAA National Hockey Champs

Majors: The College offers 33 career/technical programs or options leading to certificates of completion, diplomas, or AAS degrees. It also offers comprehensive university parallel/transfer coursework leading to AA or AS degrees.
Computer Capabilities:

There are six computer labs, high-speed wireless throughout campus including dorms. Students are provided Office 365 Suite free of charge.

Application/Transfer Deadlines: Dakota College at Bottineau accepts applications on a rolling basis without a deadline.
Parking Spaces/Availability:

Yes - on campus

International Students:

Dakota College at Bottineau sits just 10 miles from the U.S./Canadian border. Each year we have approximately 25 students from Canada. In recent years, there have also been students from Europe and other overseas areas. The International application process involves a bit of extra paperwork, but it's simple and straightforward. And once you're here, you'll find all the support you need.

Study Abroad: n/a

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