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Bismarck State College
Bismarck State College is a comprehensive community college providing student-centered learning in these areas: transfer courses, technical programs, online classes and programs, corporate and continuing education, and workforce training.

Dakota College at Bottineau
Dakota College at Bottineau is a public institution of higher education in Bottineau, North Dakota. It was founded in 1906 as the North Dakota State School of Forestry.

Dickinson State University
Being a regional four-year institution, Dickinson State University is a part of the North Dakota University System. The primary role of it is to contribute to intellectual, social, economic and cultural development of North Dakota.

Mayville State University
Mayville State University is an institution of higher learning in Mayville, North Dakota, part of the North Dakota University System. It educates and guides students, as individuals, so that they may realize their full career potential.

Minot State University
Minot State University is a regional, public institution located in the northwest region of North Dakota, serving students from Minot, the region, state, nation, and other countries.

Rasmussen College
Rasmussen College is a leading provider of education delivering associate's, bachelor's, and master's degree programs via its network of ground-based and online campuses.

The University of North Dakota
The University of North Dakota encourages students to make informed choices, to communicate effectively, to be intellectually curious and creative, and to share responsibility both for their own communities and for the world.

United Tribes Technical College
United Tribes Technical College is a tribal college in Bismarck, North Dakota. It was founded in 1969 by an association of North Dakota's native tribes. The college offers 2-year degrees.