A recent study determined that technical students do better while participating in the fine arts. This is nothing new to the campus of NDSCS which has had opportunities in music dating back over a century. The College, established in 1903, expanded to include the arts and science division in its third year of existence. By 1908, Professor Chas. C. Kirk had organized the first band on campus.
In June and July we were able to host two "Meet and Greets." It was wonderful to see several alumni and friends from across the region. President Richman and Kim Nelson gave an update on NDSCS, sharing the new and exciting things happening. To view more photos of the Otter Tail Meet and Greet, click here: OT Photos
We invite you to join us Wednesday, July 7 at 10 a.m. to celebrate the Career Workforce Academy Ground-breaking.
Two options are available to join in this exciting celebration:
The 2021 Catbacker Raffle drawing took place following the Wildcat Golf Open on June 10, at the Bois de Sioux Golf Course. The grand prize winner of the Jeep Cherokee from Dakota Chrysler Center was Donna Hermes. The other 25 raffle winners were: Brandon Johnson - Benelli 12 Gauge Shotgun or Scheels gift card, Kinoleya Madelynn Houts -$1,500 Mastercard gift card donated by Gate City, Robert Matejcek- $1,000 gift card donated by Bremer, Joe Popp- Bergera B14 Ridge 6.5 Creedmoor shotgun or Scheels gift card,
North Dakota State College of Science (NDSCS) offers degrees, certificates, and diplomas in traditional career and technical studies, as well as the liberal arts. At NDSCS, students gain critical skills working with new technologies and equipment and learning from experts who have gained their experience in the real world. Most important, graduates are prepared to transfer their work to four-year institutions or jump right into the working world with a challenging, high-paying, and rewarding career. The college also offers a variety of distance education and online courses.