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. This fall there are 16 students participating in LeaderJacks. They will be holding a holding toy drive to support teens and children affected by domestic violence over the holiday season. This is the third year of sponsoring the holiday toy drive, with all donated items being brought to the Family Crisis Center (FCC) in Bottineau for distribution.
Dakota College at Bottineau is pleased to announce that Duane Kabanuk has accepted the Farm Management Education instructor position for the northwest region of ND serving Stanley and surrounding areas. Dakota College has added the Northwest region to the currently served areas of Minot, Bottineau, and Rugby, ND.
For the November gathering of the Campus Book Read group, Dakota College at Bottineau (DCB) is excited to announce a Q & A with Sarah Vogel, author of The Farmer’s Lawyer, who will join us virtually Tuesday, November 14, 2023. This event will be streamed 7:00 – 8:30 PM on campus in the Centennial Alumni Center located in Thatcher Hall.
Dakota College at Bottineau (DCB) is excited to share that Angie Bartholomay, DCB Science Professor was awarded the 2023 "Environmental Educator of the Year" Trees Award. Nominations were received from across the state and she was recognized by the North Dakota Forest Service and North Dakota State University.
Student success is at the core of Dakota College at Bottineau (DCB) and administration at the institution reflects that vision. Leadership responsibilities have been realigned recently to highlight both classroom learning and student development.