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University of North Dakota

Founded six years before North Dakota achieved statehood, the University of North Dakota is a 4-year public university in eastern North Dakota and the state’s largest institution of higher learning. UND offers undergraduate degrees in over 225...

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Right now I am taking general classes, some are the same that I took in high school like psych, chemistry, and precalculus but the teachers cover the material in much greater detail.

” – Cassondra from Ham Lake, MN
North Dakota State University

Originally founded as an agricultural college, North Dakota State University is a 4-year public school in Fargo. NDSU is home to seven colleges offering bachelor’s degrees in over 45 areas of study. In addition to classroom space, North Dakota State...

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There are plenty of majors and classes to select from. NDSU does a very good job of keeping classes interesting and very informative. I believe that the classes I take from my major are very crucial part of class and I love taking them.

” – Bryce from Woodbury, MN
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Originally founded as a teacher’s college in 1890, Valley City State University is an institution specializing in training future educators along with 80 other undergraduate programs. US News & World Report named VCSU the number one public regional...

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Students are encouraged to be diligent. The teachers are sensitive to cultural differences, know their subjects well, and communicate effectively. Each class teaches valuable life skills related to the subject of study.

” – Amy from Orlando, FL
University of Mary

The University of Mary is a 4-year Benedictine university in the North Dakota state capital of Bismarck and the only Catholic university in the state. Mary grants undergraduate degrees in over 60 academic majors. In addition to classroom facilities...

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As a music major, I am incredibly pleased with the music faculty. They are incredibly knowledgeable, and are very willing to help in everything they can. Other professors are just as willing to do so and are fully qualified to teach their subjects...

” – Taylor from Mayville, ND
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With a campus overlooking the Missouri River, Bismarck State College is the third largest school in the North Dakota University System. Bismarck State provides two years of courses toward an undergraduate degree through its 45 liberal arts transfer...

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BSC is a great place to get your first two years of generals before going off to a larger, far away, more expensive university. It also provides a great variety of 2 and 4-year degrees. The campus is very nice and easy to find your way around.

” – Margalit from Bismarck, ND
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Originally founded as a school of forestry, Dakota College at Bottineau is a 2-year community college in north-central North Dakota. DCB confers degrees and certificates in 34 fields of study, but remains true to its forestry roots through academic...

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I would give Dakota College at Bottineau an A because they are great for military/distant students. I love their online degree program for Elementary Education and they advisors actually care about helping you.

” – Lizzut from Princeton, FL
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North Dakota State College of Science is a 2-year residential college with two campuses in the southeast part of the state and the second oldest public 2-year college in America. NDSCS is home to 13 academic departments offering degrees and...

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My teachers really get me to learn things, they will help you with whatever you need help with. The teachers are really great here.

” – Brooke from Cavalier, ND
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With a main campus a short distance from the Canadian border, Turtle Mountain Community College is a tribal college on North Dakota’s Turtle Mountain Chippewa Reservation. TMCC offers 10 associate degree programs and its technical degrees are...