Dakota College at Bottineau is one of eleven higher educational institutions within the North Dakota University System, and all eleven may offer courses during the 3 weeks between the fall and spring semesters. This 3-week intersession is much like summer school in that any courses offered are held within a very short timeframe.
Do you believe that higher education learning can happen outside of a college classroom? With around 150 classes and over twenty programs available at Dakota College at Bottineau, distance education is more than online learning. Distance education offers a variety of options at Dakota College at Bottineau. Students can take courses online without needing to attend the physical campus. High school students can take dual credit classes online or over Interactive Video Network (IVN) at their school. They can earn college credit and high school credit by taking just one course. This opportunity exists through the dual credit program at Dakota College.
Dakota College at Bottineau (DCB) Annual Campus Read program is excited to announce the November guest for the November 16th book-read event. Gooseneck Implement will present an informal, round table discussion at 12:00 noon and a repeat session at 7:00 pm in the Alumni Center located on the second floor of Thatcher Hall.
Dakota College at Bottineau is excited to announce they are serving coffee with their name on it, Jacks Lumberbrew. Trudy Marum, owner of Metigoshe Coffee House approached Dakota College last summer with the opportunity. Her coffee distributor, ND Coffee Roastery out of Grand Forks, ND provides colleges and universities a tasting to choose a coffee bean, name the blend and design a bag for their campus
LeaderJacks is a student leadership organization at Dakota College at Bottineau. The group was established for students from every program on campus to be involved. The focus of the organization is to develop leadership skills through community involvement.
New Century Scholar and scholarship recipient Shaelyn “Shae” Gebre, traveled to New York City for a recognition banquet sponsored by the Association of Community College Trustees (ACCT), the Coca-Cola Foundation, and Phi Theta Kappa. She was among 48 award recipients for the 2021-2022 academic year.