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Lake Region State College

Flexibility to service members in

satisfying residence requirements

by making adjustments for military

students who transfer when there are

other assurances of program balance

Designation of personnel with

appropriate academic qualifications and

experience to administer and supervise

SOC related activities and to develop

policies and procedures appropriate to

the scope of their voluntary education

programs

Educational services for veterans

The college is also a charter member of

the Service Member’s Opportunity College

Associate Degree Program (SOCAD)

Network. The Network was established by

the American Association of State Colleges

and Universities at the request of the

U.S. Army to better serve Army enlisted

personnel. Lake Region State College and

other participating colleges in the Network

offer a flexible degree program in General

Studies. Military personnel can complete

degree requirements by taking courses at

other Network colleges.

LAUNCH! -

Students who are not yet

eligible for University of North Dakota (UND)

admission may choose to participate in this

partnership between Lake Region State

College (LRSC) and UND. LAUNCH! is a

program for these students to participate in

UND student and academic life.

LAUNCH! propels students to achieve

their college goals. Participants fully

experience the UND student life, services,

organizations, facilities and activities

available to degree-seeking UND students.

Additionally, LAUNCH! students enjoy the

benefit of heightened academic support and

unmatched personal attention.

Master’s Degree Program -

Lake Region

State College, in partnership with the

University of North Dakota, offers an online

Master of Business Administration (MBA)

degree program. The online MBA program

prepares individuals to meet management

challenges at the executive level. Graduates

of the MBA program will have enhanced

communication, management and analytical

skills.

Online -

Several online degrees are

offered in collaboration with other North

Dakota University System campuses. These

programs include Associate in Arts Degree

in Liberal Arts and Accounting/Business

Administration; the Associate in Applied

Science Degree in Law Enforcement,

Marketing/Merchandising and Speech

Language Pathology Assistant. eCollege™

is the Learning Management System (LMS)

used for the online courses.

Life-Long Learning

Adult Learning Center -

The Adult

Learning Center (ALC) provides free

individualized instruction to students who

are not enrolled in college, but who wish

to improve their achievement level in basic

skills. Students learn basic reading, math

and English skills. Many students achieve

a level that enables them to complete the

General Educational Development (GED)

test successfully. Students who achieve a

passing score on the GED test receive a high

school equivalency certificate. The certificate

is a requirement that must be met prior to

enrollment in college. Students may design

their own schedules to accommodate jobs

and other responsibilities. The ALC can be

reached at (701) 662-1568 or (701) 662-

1536. Adult Learning Centers are funded

with State and Federal Adult Education and

Literacy Grants through the ND Department

of Public Instruction.

Career Resources -

The Career Library

directly reinforces the professional

assistance offered through the Counseling

Office. Students have access to a

computerized guidance system, interest

and aptitude testing, and a career/

transfer resource library containing current

educational and technical resources.

Student Information