Application for admission and $35.00 nonrefundable application fee. Apply for admission by following this link: Apply online.
Please be aware that debit card transactions may have issues being processed through our online application. We can process these over the phone if there's an issue. Simply choose submit without a payment and we'll reach out to you within the next business day.
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.
Official test results from the American College Test (ACT) or Scholastic Aptitude Test (SAT). The results will be used for advisement and placement purposes. ACT results are not required however applicants who have not taken one of these exams may be subject to taking a placement exam based on their program’s curriculum. Learn more on our placement page by clicking here.
Evidence of immunization against measles, mumps and rubella and meningococcal disease for students attending classes on campus. For more information please visit the Health Services Page.
Apply for Housing
All full-time unmarried students under the age of 21 who do not have dependents residing with them are required to live and board in college housing. Students who live at home with their parents or legal guardians and commute to school are exempt but must file a commuter form. Click here to learn more about Housing Requirements.
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).
The priority deadline for FAFSA is April 15.
Apply for a Scholarship
Complete the Dakota College at Bottineau scholarship application.
The priority deadline for Scholarships is March 15.
Mail your materials to:
Dakota College at Bottineau
105 Simrall BLVD
Bottineau, ND 58318