North Dakota Community Colleges
Community colleges, formerly known as junior colleges, are 2-year higher education institutions that provide postsecondary courses leading to certificate and associate degree as a pathway to a four-year degree. Below is a list of all community colleges in the state of North Dakota. For each college, you will see the name of current president, website URL, street address, phone number, postal code and city location. See Countryaah.com for the list of all cities and towns in North Dakota.
North Dakota is home to a growing number of community colleges that provide educational and career opportunities for students of all ages. The North Dakota University System (NDUS) is the governing body for the state’s community college system and includes 11 campuses throughout the state. These schools offer a variety of associate’s degrees, certificates, and professional development opportunities in areas such as business administration, healthcare, engineering technology, and more. In addition, NDUS also offers special programs such as the Career & College Promise program to help students complete their degree in two years or less.
Other community college systems operating in North Dakota include Bismarck State College; Lake Region State College; Dickinson State University; Williston State College; and Northland Community & Technical College. Each school offers its own unique selection of academic and career-oriented programs designed to meet the needs of their local communities. For example, Bismarck State College has certificate programs for medical assistants, dental hygienists, paralegals and an associate degree program in aviation science technology. Lake Region State College has a strong focus on liberal arts studies with numerous certificate and degree options available in subjects such as English literature and sociology. Finally, Dickinson State University offers a variety of certificate programs for those looking to enter the workforce quickly or pursue additional education at a four-year college or university.
In addition to providing educational opportunities through its community colleges, North Dakota also provides support services such as financial aid counseling and job placement assistance to help students succeed academically and professionally after graduation. With so many options available to students across the state, it is easy to see why North Dakota’s community colleges are becoming increasingly popular among those looking for an affordable education close to home.
- Searchforpublicschools.com: Offers a list of all public K12 schools in North Dakota by county, including elementary schools, middle schools and high schools.
|Bismarck State College|
|Address:||1500 Edwards Ave PO Box 5587|
|Lake Region State College|
|CEO/President:||Sharon L. Etemad|
|Address:||1801 College Drive North|
|Minot State University- Bottineau|
|Address:||105 Simrall Boulevard|
|North Dakota State College of Science|
|Address:||800 North 6th Street|
|Turtle Mountain Community College|
|CEO/President:||Carol A. Davis|
|Address:||PO Box 340|
|United Tribes Technical College|
|Address:||3315 University Drive|