About Dickinson State University
Dickinson State is located in Dickinson, North Dakota, a city of 17,000, near the rugged and beautiful North Dakota Badlands and Theodore Roosevelt National Park. Outdoor recreational activities including hiking, biking, golfing, hunting, and fishing are located within minutes of campus. Dickinson is located along Interstate 94 and the community is served by commercial bus and air service for easy access.
Dickinson State offers Bachelor of Science, Bachelor of Arts, Bachelor of University Studies, Bachelor of Science in Education, Bachelor of Science in Nursing, Bachelor of Applied Science in Technology, and Associate Degrees.
You can be involved in student government, student publications, musical groups, science and art organizations, drama and speech clubs, athletics (varsity and intramural), special departmental clubs and organizations, national and international learning trips.
Dickinson State provides a selection in housing offering men's, women's, co-ed residence halls, and family-student housing. Our halls, complete with computer stations, provide a comfortable and attractive place to live and learn.
The Dickinson State Office of Financial Aid requires completion of FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid). Institutional scholarships require the completion of a Dickinson State scholarship application. Priority deadline for processing all financial aid is March 15. More than 80 percent of our students receive financial assistance.
Applications must have a high school diploma or GED certificate and completion of the ACT (www.act.org). Students applying for admission into a four-year program are also required to complete the following high school prep courses prior to entrance: four units of English; three units of mathematics: Algebra I and above; three units of laboratory science; and three units of social sciences. Admission Applications & Procedures