Campus Briefs 2020
Find your path at Dickinson State
As a student at Dickinson State University (DSU), you will experience a personalized and innovative education. You will find that DSU’s low tuition cost and range of academic program options provide a solid starting point for your personal academic journey. With a 10:1 student-to-faculty ratio, DSU connects you to expert faculty who will support and challenge you when you need it most.
Together, these aspects guarantee one thing for our students: an incredible experience. What will you discover at DSU? Small Community. Big Opportunity. #discoverdsu
Mayville state offers flexible degree options
Mayville State University (MSU) offers exciting options for rural residents who wish to earn teaching degrees while continuing to live and work in their communities. Through online classes and distance, synchronous classes (which students join remotely), students will learn from highly experienced MSU faculty members, while completing practicums, experiential learning, and student teaching near their homes and jobs.
Students studying via online and distance courses will complete the same high-quality, accredited teacher preparation bachelor’s degrees in early childhood education, elementary education, special education or secondary mathematics education that MSU has offered on campus in its long history of North Dakota teacher preparation. Additionally, students with earned bachelor’s degrees can pursue the Master of Arts in teaching degree for non-teaching bachelor’s degree graduates seeking to become licensed secondary teachers in North Dakota.
For more information, call 1-800-437-4104 or go to www.mayvillestate.edu/msu-online.
University of Jamestown leads to success
University of Jamestown is a community dedicated to the development of wholeness in its students. It adheres to a curriculum of academic excellence which blends the liberal arts with sound professional preparation. Its commitment to the Christian faith encourages an atmosphere of self-discipline, responsibility and concern for the continuing growth of the individual.
University of Jamestown will prepare you for the future in ways that other schools don’t. It calls its approach the “Journey to Success,” and it defines all that is done, both in and out of the classroom. With self-assessment, personalized advising, mentoring, career counseling, a guaranteed internship and a four-year graduation guarantee, University of Jamestown is here to help you on every step of your journey to success.
Bank of North Dakota helps plan, pay
Bank of North Dakota (BND) is your trusted resource to help plan and pay for education, cradle to career. Starting with College SAVE, you can open a 529 account for a newborn and take advantage of match programs to double your dollars and tax savings.
BND offers online college planning materials, videos and blogs to help plan for college. BND also offers scholarship opportunities for students statewide through North Dakota Dollars for Scholars and pays for one $35 college registration fee per senior in October.
Student loans help pay for college when other sources – grants, scholarships, savings and federal loans – aren’t enough. Upon graduation, all student loans, including federal, can be refinanced into one convenient payment. Visit www.bnd.nd.gov.
UTTC serves the region
Located in Bismarck, United Tribes Technical College (UTTC) serves to provide an outstanding education to the Native American people of this region and around the country. For 50 years, UTTC has served over 10,000 American Indian students from more than 75 federally recognized Indian Tribes across the nation. In addition to American Indians, the college welcomes and serves students of all backgrounds.
UTTC is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit corporation incorporated in the state of North Dakota and operated by these five tribes: Three Affiliated Tribes of Fort Berthold, the Spirit Lake Tribe, the Sisseton-Wahpeton Oyate, the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe and the Turtle Mountain Band of Chippewa Indians.