The NDSCS Wildcat Golf Open will be celebrating its 26th year during an afternoon of fun and golf in support of NDSCS Wildcat Athletics on Thursday, June 13 at the Bois de Sioux Golf Course in Wahpeton, N.D. Both individual golfers and golf teams are invited to play in the golf open—register as a foursome, or as an individual.
The shotgun start is set to begin at 1 p.m. followed by a dinner with awards at 5:15 p.m.
Pick Your Division:
Master’s: 12 handicap or lower
Wildcat Division: 13 handicap and higher
Contests and Prizes:
Four hole-in-one opportunities (Holes 4, 8, 12 and 17)
1st, 2nd and 3rd place prizes per division
Longest Drive and Longest Putt prizes
Course prizes on every hole
Entry Fee, Including Dinner
Bois de Sioux Members: $80
Non-club Members: $90
If you’re ready for an afternoon of some fresh air and friendly competition, all while supporting the NDSCS Wildcat Athletics, click here to sign up today!
Wondering how to keep your son or daughter busy and active this summer? Why not enroll them in an NDSCS Wildcat Athletic Camp? Whether they’re into basketball or volleyball, there’s a camp for almost every age group. Ready, set, dribble and spike!
Girls’ Basketball Camp
June 16-20, 2013
For girls entering grades 6-10
Four camp plans, ranging from $119-$189
Registration Deadline: Wednesday, June 12
Kiddy ‘Cat Basketball Camp
June 24-26, 2013
For boys and girls 4 years old through 5th grade
Camp Times: 6:30-8:30 p.m., Monday-Wednesday
Camp Cost: $50
Registration Deadline: Friday, June 21
Boys’ Basketball Camp
July 7-11, 2013
For boys entering grades 6-10
Four camp plans, ranging from $119-$189
Registration Deadline: Wednesday, July 3
Kiddy ‘Cat Volleyball Camp
July 21-23, 2013
For girls entering grades 3-6
Camp Times: 6:30-8:30 p.m., Sunday-Tuesday
Camp Cost: $50
Registration Deadline: Thursday, July 18
July 24-26, 2013
For girls entering grades 7-12
Four camp plans, ranging from $90-$142
Registration Deadline: Friday, July 19
For more information and to register, go to ndscs.edu/wildcat_camps. Please note, camps do fill up quickly and often before the registration deadline.
What sets NDSCS apart from other two-year colleges? For one, we truly care about our students’ success. Not only do we provide an affordable way to earn an education, we cater to your student’s needs and wants, offering almost everything you would find at a 4-year college.
Discover the possibilities at NDSCS
Participatein a Wahpeton Campus Tour and check out our Residence Halls, Student Center, Academic Buildings and more!
Visit the NDSCS-Fargo location and discover the possibilities for day or evening programs.
Set-up a time to chatwith specific departments and get the inside scoop on programs that interest your son or daughter.
Visitwith program staff about admission information.
Learnabout partnerships and programs offered through industry partners.
So what are you waiting for? Click here to schedule a tour todayto see if your student belongs at NDSCS. Individual campus tours are given Monday-Friday at 10 a.m. and 1 p.m.
Questions? Contact the Enrollment Services office in Wahpeton at 800-342-4325 or the Fargo Programs Representative at 701-231-6919.
Today’s commencement ceremony took place on the Wahpeton campus in the Clair T. Blikre Activities Center. Almost 700 students from the Wahpeton campus, NDSCS-Fargo location and online graduated with A.A., A.S. or A.A.S. degrees, Certificates and Diplomas in 33 areas of discipline.
We at NDSCS wish our graduates continued success as they prepare for the next step in their futures.
Are you ready to get ahead this summer? Then sign up for summer classes at NDSCS. Choose from online, NDSCS-Fargo or Wahpeton campus courses.
Why Summer Session?
Choose from more than 100 general education courses
Shorter terms (2, 4 or 8 week classes)
Smaller class sizes
Reduce your course load for this fall
Summer classes begin Tuesday, June 4 and go through Friday, July 26. Check out which classes are being offered at ndscs.edu/summer and register now through CampusConnection. You belong at NDSCS this summer!
For one week, April 17-24, 2013, the NDSCS campus will be participating in Enough is Enough week. This campaign to stem societal violence was created for colleges across the nation to take a stand against violence.
While the month of April usually transitions us into spring and a new season of life, historically it is also a very violent month. The assassination of Martin Luther King Jr., Oklahoma City bombing, Columbine High School shooting, Virginia Tech massacre, and more recently, this week’s tragic Boston Marathon bombing, have all occurred during the month of April.
Now is the time to say, “Enough is Enough,” and take a stand against violence – across our college campuses and the nation. Join with NDSCS and take a stand at one of our “Enough is Enough” events:
Friday, April 19
“Peace is Sweet” – Various NDSCS Wahpeton Campus Buildings
Monday, April 22
Random Acts of Kindness – NDSCS Student Center Booth & NDSCS-Fargo Booth
Tuesday, April 23
Random Acts of Kindness – Student Center Booth
“Break the Cycle” Big Wheel Game – Student Center (1:30 a.m.-1 p.m.)
Wednesday, April 24
“Take Back the Night” March and Rally – Student Center (5:30 p.m.)
For more information on the “Enough is Enough” campaign, visit naspa.org/enough.
Have you heard about the Business Pro Series available at NDSCS-Fargo? It’s a series of business courses that are ideal for adult learners, people who want to fill in specific gaps in their skill sets, entrepreneurs and small business owners.
This great, no-nonsense program focuses on useful, practical knowledge and skills that you can apply right away to your real-world, workplace situations. The series is broken into four areas of emphasis: Sales, Management/Supervision, Entrepreneurship and Finance.
Each area of emphasis includes five or six courses and leads to a Certificate in Business Management. Earn a few certificates, or complete the full series in about two years and earn an A.A.S. degree in Business Management. The choice is yours to make. You belong here.
Starting May 29, 2013 the Finance courses of the Business Pro Series will be offered. Classes will take place from 6-10 p.m. on Tuesday nights at NDSCS-Fargo. The course breakdown is as follows:
Elements of Accounting: May 28-July 2
Elements of Accounting II: July 16-August 20
Computer Applications in Business: September 3-17
Financial Statement Analysis: October 1-22
Macroeconomics: November 5-26
For more information about the Business Pro Series and to apply, contact Chelsie Meyer at 701-231-6919 or email@example.com and check out the following career short:
Do you enjoy cooking, being creative and mastering your spice rack? Maybe you’ve dreamt about becoming a chef or owning your own restaurant for as long as you can remember. Why not sign up for a session of Culinary Intensive, a four-day culinary camp at NDSCS in Wahpeton, and find out what the world of culinary arts is all about.
Culinary Intensive is geared for individuals 16 years and older. Discover your passion for food and experience the art of cooking in a professional kitchen, practice food-garnishing techniques and compete against fellow campers in an Iron Chef competition.
Sessions run June 16-20, 2013 and June 23-27, 2013. Class-size is limited, so apply today and find out if a career in the culinary arts could be right for you!
Applications are due with a non-refundable $50 registration fee by May 11, 2013. Download the application and brochure at ndscs.edu/culinary-arts/camp.
Interested in tasting first-hand what the students in the NDSCS Culinary Arts program are creating? Then plan to stop by NDSCS to eat dinner at the student-operated River Valley Inn Restaurant located in the Student Center.
Reservations are required, and with only three chances left this year to visit the River Valley Inn, space is limited. Choose from a delicious buffet on April 18 or a fine dining experience on April 23 and 25. Call 701-671-2405 to make your reservations today.
To learn more about the Culinary Arts program visit ndscs.edu/culinary-arts and check out the following NDSCS career short: