Dakota College at Bottineau is excited to announce an event for last-minute student registration. This event is for prospective students that are considering fall enrollment, but haven’t taken the initiative to apply.
Careers in emergency medicine are growing in popularity and demand. To help meet workforce needs, Dakota College at Bottineau has partnered with Bottineau Ambulance Service to offer a series of two Emergency Medical Technician (EMT) courses. Both courses are scheduled from 6:30 – 10:00 pm on Tuesdays and Thursdays during fall 2021 and spring 2022. In addition, students will be required to complete hands-on skills training during an occasional weekend
The Dakota Nursing program at Dakota College at Bottineau orientated 57 new students into the nursing program this week. Four new Associate in Applied Science degree seeking nursing students and 53 new Practical Nursing program students participated. The Associate Degree Nurse (AAS) prepares students to apply to write the ND State Board Examination for Registered Nurses. The Practical Nursing program prepares graduates to apply to take the ND Board of Nursing for Licensure of Practical Nurses.
The Natural Resource Institute Part II “Focus on the Forest” was held June 9 & 10th at Dakota College at Bottineau.
In line with the Entrepreneurial Center for Horticulture’s (ECH) goal to promote community spirit, excess plants were donated to the Bottineau Food Pantry.
Dakota College at Bottineau recognizes students from the spring 2021 semester for their academic success. You will find a list of Honor Roll and Dean’s List students attached in an excel format.
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) announced that Dakota College at Bottineau will receive a $358,500 Brownfields grant to clean up contamination at the College’s Old Main and Milligan Hall buildings.
Dakota College at Bottineau was joined by the community yesterday to break ground for a new campus dining facility.
Dakota College at Bottineau held its annual faculty and staff recognition luncheon last week, April 30, 2021. Excellence awards, which are determined by peers, were presented to faculty, staff and advisors.
Dakota College at Bottineau has continued funds for the Hometown Career Scholarship. This scholarship helps address workforce needs in north central North Dakota. Through the support of the Bottineau County Economic Development Corporation and matching funds from the North Dakota Challenge Grant program, limited scholarship funds are available to students enrolling in Career and Technical Education programs at Dakota College at Bottineau.