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About Dickinson State University
The 110-acre campus is located in the town of Dickinson, providing three residence halls for approximately 550 students. The Stoxen Library features over 164000 volumes, 10000 e-books, and more than 21000 periodicals, scholarly article databases, as well as audiovisual materials. Other facilities include art gallery, auditoriums, theatre, laboratories, cafeteria, bookstore, gyms and fitness center, and etc.
Dickinson State University is situated in Dickinson, it is the seventh largest city in the U.S. The Theodore Roosevelt National Park and North Dakota Badlands are near to the university. The town is 100 miles from Bismarck.
The Residential Life program and facilities at Dickinson State University are designed to provide resident students with comfortable, attractive, and dynamic places in which to live and learn. A variety of educational, cultural, social and recreational programs are presented to enhance the residential life experience. Residential Life staff work with student residents to create an environment which facilitates personal growth, provides a sense of community, and encourages academic excellence.
Once you have completed the application process and have been accepted to the university, you may apply for housing by logging into your VIP page. You will need to submit a $200 prepayment to hold your spot. This application and prepayment is due no later than August 15th each year for the Fall semester.
Courses available 10Accounting & Finance 2 Agriculture Studies 1 Business, Management 3 Creative Arts & Design 4 Mass Communication & Media 1
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