Dakota College at Bottineau campus successes

May 17, 2017

Microsoft industry certification exam challenged
Six DCB students enrolled in Business Information Technology courses successfully challenged the Microsoft Industry Certification Exam. This exam validates students’ skills and assists in advancing their careers.  The students will receive a certificate from Microsoft, which allows them to cite this achievement on scholarship applications and resumes’.


Dakota College hosts business challenge competition

The annual area High School Business Competition was held at Dakota College at Bottineau on Wednesday, May 3rd.  Students competed in Accounting, General Computer Knowledge, Keyboarding and Personal Finance. Participating high school students were from Rugby, Bottineau, Wolford and Westhope competing for first, second, and third place awards.


Dakota College recognizes excellence
Dakota College at Bottineau held their annual faculty and staff recognition luncheon the end of April.  Excellence awards were presented to faculty, staff and advisors selected by their peers.

The Faculty, Staff and Advising Excellence awards are intended to recognize and reward efforts where job performance adds value to the college experience for students, colleagues, and the campus community.  Recipients demonstrate qualities that make it clear their contributions are exemplary and go beyond what is required for the routine discharge of their duties.


Dakota College recognizes excellence
The annual Dakota College at Bottineau “DCB Conservation Award” and tree planting were held on Thursday, April 20 during Earth Day celebration.  Dakota College at Bottineau has developed a Nature, Technology, and Beyond focus which grew from its founding mission in 1906 of providing educational programming for those choosing a career that promotes care and concern for the environment.  he DCB Conservation Award is presented by Dakota College to an individual who has demonstrated leadership and has made notable contributions to the conservation, preservation, and enhancement of our precious natural resources.  This year’s recipient was Ryan Taylor, towner, ND who has contributed exceptionally making a significant impact for the common good.