Fast Facts

LOCATION

The 120-acre campus, in the vibrant, capital city of Bismarck, is beautifully situated overlooking the Missouri River with easy access to the Interstate as well as Bismarck’s many amenities. Safe and easy to navigate, Bismarck-Mandan and the surrounding area have a growing population of more than 100,000.

3rdlargestgraphic300X200.pngSTUDENT BODY

The third largest college in the ND University System, BSC has approximately 3,781 students, 52% male, 48% female; student/faculty ratio 15:1; average class size, 16.

ACADEMIC PROGRAMS

Associate degrees, diploma and certificate programs, and one bachelor’s degree. Transfer seamlessly to a 4-year college or finish your degree on campus through our cooperative degree programs or online.

MYSTIC ATHLETICS

Volleyball.jpgBSC fields a number of varsity NJCAA intercollegiate teams.

CLUBS & ORGANIZATIONS

Nearly 20 clubs and organizations, including Phi Theta Kappa and Future Business Leaders of America, student government, performing arts programs, facilities for health and wellness, and intramural sports.

ON CAMPUS HOUSING

Conveniently located on campus making the most of your time and money. Limited availability. Co-ed: Lidstrom Hall, Mystic Hall, Ritchie Hall, Gate City Hall (Fall 2016). Women’s residence: Swenson Hall; Men’s residence: Werner Hall.

SCHOLARSHIPS

The BSC Foundation offers nearly $500,000 in scholarships annually to incoming freshmen and sophomores.BSC_Mar312015_594.jpg

AFFORDABLE TUITION

Total cost for tuition and fees for one year are around $3,500 for a North Dakota resident studying on campus.

TOP WORKPLACE

North Dakota Young Professionals Network has repeatedly named Bismarck State College as a Best Place to Work.