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These links to the 11 University System campuses will help you explore what the campuses have to offer. But there's nothing like a campus visit to find the right fit for you. Get started by scheduling a campus tour through the admissions or enrollment services office.

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Bismarck State College

Located in Bismarck, N.D., BSC is an innovative community college offering high-quality education, workforce training, continuing education and enrichment programs. The college prepares students for hundreds of careers through transfer courses, technical programs and a bachelor's degree in energy management. One of the state's leaders in online education, BSC offers many programs and courses entirely online. BSC's campus overlooks the Missouri River and is a vital part of North Dakota's thriving capital city.

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Dakota College at Bottineau

Located in Bottineau, N.D., DCB offers more than 30 hands-on career and technical programs, including horticulture, paramedic technology (EMT), nursing, wildlife and natural resources. A two-year college in north central North Dakota, DCB also is a great place to prepare for transfer to a university campus. Students enjoy a comprehensive college experience, including residence hall living, student life activities, and intramural and intercollegiate athletics. Thanks to DCB's extensive online offerings, you can take college courses no matter where you live. Varsity athletics include men's hockey, basketball, football and baseball and women's volleyball, basketball and fast-pitch softball.

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Dickinson State University

Located in Dickinson, N.D., DSU is located near the ruggedly beautiful North Dakota Badlands and Theodore Roosevelt National Park. DSU offers many bachelor's degrees including teacher education, business, computer science, agriculture, nursing and liberal arts, plus many associate degrees. In addition to the region's many recreational opportunities, students can be involved in varsity and intramural athletics and participate in diverse campus organizations.

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Lake Region State College

Whether students are seeking technical training or a good place to begin an undergraduate degree, LRSC is prepared to help them achieve success. LRSC in Devils Lake, N.D. offers some one-of-a-kind, two-year programs, including law enforcement, wind energy technology and American Sign Language. Its simulator maintenance technology program - one of only a few in the nation - is a great choice for students interested in electronics. For students who enjoy the outdoors, Devils Lake and the surrounding region offer hunting, fishing, biking, snowmobiling and more.

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Mayville State University

Located in Mayville, N.D., MaSU is a personable rural eastern North Dakota campus with 70-plus academic programs and an enrollment of more than 900 students. Nationally identified for teacher education, MaSU's many other popular programs include business administration and computer information systems. To meet student needs for flexibility and convenience, MaSU offers a variety of technology-enriched delivery options, beginning on campus where all full-time students are issued Tablet PC notebook computers.

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Minot State University

Located in Minot, N.D., MiSU is North Dakota's third largest university and offers more than 60 undergraduate majors and several graduate degrees. MiSU has positioned itself to meet growth in fields such as criminal justice, management, nursing, social work, management information systems and marketing. Graduates from its master's program in speech pathology are in demand nationwide. Students benefit from small class sizes, strong athletic programs and an emphasis on campus and community engagement. Minot is home to the Minot Air Force Base.

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North Dakota State College of Science
North Dakota State College of Science

Located in Wahpeton, N.D., NDSCS students develop real-world skills by working with current technology and equipment and learning from experts with hands-on experience. NDSCS offers more than 80 degrees, certificates and diplomas in traditional career and technical studies and the liberal arts. Classes are available on NDSCS's main residential campus in Wahpeton, at NDSCS-Fargo and anywhere students have the technology to take classes online.

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North Dakota State University

North Dakota State University is a student-focused, land-grant, research university - an economic engine that educates students, conducts primary research, creates new knowledge and advances technology. The university provides affordable access to an excellent education at a top-ranked research institution that combines teaching and research in a rich learning environment, educating future leaders who will create solutions to national and global challenges that will shape a better world.

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University of North Dakota

Located in Grand Forks, N.D., UND is characterized by a creative, innovative and entrepreneurial spirit; a solid foundation in the liberal arts; a comprehensive array of colleges and schools, including law and medicine; high-quality students and faculty; a varied curriculum; a commitment to graduate education, research and service; and a campus environment rich in cultural resources. UND is home to the internationally known John D. Odegard School of Aerospace Sciences and one of the best college hockey programs in the nation. Grand Forks is a river city rich in culture and commerce.

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Valley City State University

Located in Valley City, N.D., VCSU has been named to U.S. News & World Report's best colleges list every year for the past 13 years. This regional university offers more than 80 bachelor-level degree programs in teacher education, information technology, business, science, health, communication, social science and fine arts. Online offerings include a master of education degree. Student activities are many and diverse. VCSU features beautiful and historic facilities and recently updated residence halls.

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Williston State College

Students who pursue associate degrees at WSC can specialize in more than 70 academic areas and transfer to four-year colleges with junior status. Students in WSC's cutting-edge career and technology training programs can be job-ready in two years or less. New programs include welding technology, residential carpentry and petroleum production technology. Other offerings range from nursing to diesel mechanics. Located in Williston, N.D., at the confluence of the Missouri and Yellowstone rivers, the Williston area offers rugged beauty and a robust, oil-fueled economy.

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