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State: North Dakota
Street: 1500 Edwards Avenue, PO Box 5587
Bismarck State College (BSC), the fourth largest college in the North Dakota university system with approximately 3500 students, is a comprehensive community college that offers two-year, four-year, and master's level degrees.
BSC was created in 1939 because local community needed a college, and it was originally known as Bismarck Junior College. Today this educational institution is a part of North Dakota's system of higher education, and since 1966 is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission of the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools.
Academics at BSC comprise of the variety of programs offering the first two years of education toward a bachelor's degree in most fields. In addition to general education and technical programs, unique to the institution are degrees in energy education, including power and process plant technology, ethanol training, nuclear power technology, and electric power technology.
Being the largest community college in North Dakota, Bismarck State College has an offering to satisfy everybody’s need or desire. The College provides quality undergraduate and technical education opportunities. Moreover, the classes are small with every student receiving individualized support, the education is affordable, and the faculty is experienced and well-trained.
Bismarck State College Mission
Bismarck State College, an innovative community college, offers high quality education, workforce training, and enrichment programs reaching local and global communities.