Military Students

Due to the varying needs of military students, Dakota College at Bottineau offers many benefits to earn a seamless college education, regardless of location.

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Admission Process

Dakota College at Bottineau is an open enrollment institution which makes the admission process quite easy. Applicants who are high school graduates or have completed the Tests of General Education Development (GED) and have submitted the required information are generally accepted. Individuals who have not completed high school or completed their GED may be admitted to certain career/technical programs.  

If you are a non-degree seeking student, simply complete Application for Admission online form, submit the one-time application fee, register for classes, and pay your tuition. 

 

Follow these steps to complete the admission process

  • Fill out the admission form. This form can be found under the forms link or you can apply online.
  • Pay admissions fee. This can be mailed to the college or you can pay over the phone by calling 701-228-5430.
  • Official transcript from an accredited or state-approved high school or GED report. Transfer students also need to submit official transcripts of all previous academic work from each institution attended.
  • Results from the American College Test (ACT). The results will be used for advisement and research purposes. ACT results are not required for applicants who have completed 24 or more semester (36 quarter) hours of transferable credit or for applicants who are 25 years of age or older on their first day of class. Dakota College at Bottineau's ACT school code is 3204.
  • Apply for Financial Aid
  • To apply for state and federal financial aid you must complete the FAFSA and list Dakota College at Bottineau (Federal School Code 002995).
  • Order Textbooks and other materials.
  • Make Payment Arrangements.

 

Gene L. Kouba Memorial Scholarship Program

 

General Henry H. Arnold Education Grant

The Air Force Aid Society's General Henry H. Arnold Education Grant application is NOW AVAILABLE! This program awards grants ranging from $500 to $4,000 based on need to dependent children of Air Force members currently on Active Duty, in Retired status or deceased. Spouses of Active Duty members and surviving spouses of active or retired members are also eligible. All applicants must be enrolled as full-time undergraduates at an accredited college or university during the 2019-2020 academic year, and are required to maintain a minimum 2.0 Grade Point Average (GPA).

Merit Scholarship - Incoming freshmen with verified 4.0 GPAs identified through the Arnold Education Grant application are contacted directly by AFAS to compete for these $5,000 merit-based scholarships. A minimum of 10 scholarships are awarded annually.

Supplemental Loan Program - provides interest-free loans to sponsoring members of eligible students identified through the Arnold Education Grant application of up to $1,000 per eligible student to help reimburse out-of-pocket education expenses.

For more information on eligibility for all of these programs, please visit our website at https://www.afas.org/general-henry-h-arnold-education-grant/. To access the Arnold Education Grant application directly after January 2, 2019, please visithttps://education.afas.org/grantapplications. The deadline for applications is April 30, 2019, but students are encouraged to APPLY EARLY!

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