Dakota College at Bottineau – Foundation

We’re on a Mission!

Welcome to the Dakota College at Bottineau Foundation website. Each year we host various events, please browse our site to learn more. Whether you are an alumni, student, community member, or a friend of DCB; you have something to offer us! If you’re interested in getting involved by volunteering at an event, serving on a board, or making a financial donation; we would be happy to hear from you!

Empower the next generation.
Donate today to make a difference tomorrow.

Invest In Our Future, Invest in Old Main’s renovation

The Dakota College at Bottineau is making plans to combat North Dakota’s chronic shortage of medical professionals. Through philanthropic fundraising from generous donors and organizations, DCB’s Foundation plans to remodel Old Main into a state-of-the-art nursing teaching facility. By significantly increasing classroom and laboratory capacity, DCB can dramatically increase the annual enrollment of ND Nursing students.

WE CAN triple our enrollment of nursing students.

WE CAN save money, honor history and build a stellar facility.

WE CAN meet the need to combat the shortage of medical nurses.

Please Join Us and Give a Gift That Will Impact Generations.

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A Brief History

The Dakota College at Bottineau Foundation was incorporated in September, 1983, as an outgrowth of the NDSU-Bottineau Promotions Committee. It has tax exempt status as a “charitable organization supporting education.” Contributions to the Foundation are tax deductible under applicable Internal Revenue Service rules and regulations. Private and corporate gifts are an integral aspect of the Foundation’s funding.

Dakota College Alumni Newsletter

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The Logrollers are an athletic booster organization managed by a Board of Directors, with meetings held at noon the second Monday of every month, with the exception of July.

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Lauren Lamb

Bottineau alumnus Lauren Lamb is a successful veterinarian who works as a surgeon in one of the most prestigious animal hospitals in the nation.

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