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Recognizing the weather conditions of North Dakota, the planners of Lake Region State College designed a central campus where students have access to residence halls, dining, student union, recreation room, bookstore, library, auditorium, gymnasium, computer labs, academic classrooms, and some technical classrooms without going outside. The new Bergstrom Technical Center is a short walk from the main building. Passages are ramped and multiple story areas of the main campus are equipped with elevators for the convenience of students and others with disabilities.
Precision Agriculture students have a majority of classes at the Dakota Precision Ag Center, sometimes call north campus, because it is located 1.5 miles north of the main LRSC campus site.
Devils Lake is a city with pride in the past and faith in the future. Besides Lake Region State College, the region boasts an excellent public school system, the North Dakota School for the Deaf, Four Winds Community School and Cankdeska Cikana Community College at Fort Totten.
Devils Lake is rich in historic and scenic sights such as Sully's Hill Wildlife Refuge, Fort Totten State Historic Site and Grahams Island State Park.
Devils Lake is also rich in the fine quality of its people who work hard to provide well rounded cultural, religious, educational and four-season recreational opportunities. Devils Lake derives its name from the Native American name Miniwaukan. Early explorers incorrectly translated the word to mean "Bad Spirit". Bolstered by the many legends of drowned warriors and lake monsters, the name evolved into Devils Lake. Devils Lake is the largest natural body of water in North Dakota covering more than 100,000 acres and containing hundreds of miles of shoreline. This very fertile prairie lake grows large numbers of walleye, northern pike, white bass and it has earned the reputation of being the "Perch Capital of the World". In the fall, hundreds of thousands of waterfowl migrate through the area and give both local and visiting hunters outstanding hunting opportunities.
There is always plenty to see and do in Devils Lake and the entire Lake Region---the opportunities in Devils Lake are "As Endless As Your Imagination".
The North Dakota University System instituted a policy which requires those students living in Residence Halls to provide proof of meningococcal immunization before they are allowed to move in to the halls.