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graded for participation in the course.
Courses such as Golf 101, Introduction to
Photography, Word, Excel and Introduction
to Computers are some examples of
community education classes. These courses
are coordinated through TrainND NE, the
workforce training division of Lake Region
State College. We welcome anyone who
would like to share their skill or talent to be
an instructor.
Workforce Training -
TrainND serves
North Dakota businesses as a provider
for employee training and development
courses, training needs assessment,
customized training curriculum and group
training facilitation. TrainND Northeast
serves business and industry in 10 counties
of Northeast North Dakota. Through an
expanded array of services businesses can
address their workforce training needs
today to meet the challenges of tomorrow.
TrainND is commissioned by the legislature
to provide any training, any time, any place.
As part of the North Dakota University
System, the largest network of industry,
technical and academic specialists are
available—making virtually any type of
training a reality.
TrainND Northeast offers several non-
credit career training programs: Certified
Nurse Assistant (face-to-face or blended
with online), Qualified Service Provider and
Health Information Technology (online),
Commercial Driver Training and many
online options in healthcare, management,
business, skilled trades, hospitality and
sustainable energy. For more information,
contact TrainND at Lake Region State
College at 1-800-443-1313 ext. 21578 or
701-662-1578.
Building Services
Campus Housing -
Residence Halls provide
double or single room housing to men and
women, and apartments for family housing.
Most housing units are connected to the
dining room and to the main classroom
building. Students in college residence halls
are under contract for the academic year
and are required to participate in a college
meal plan. Charges for these services are
listed in the tuition and fees section. Each
room has high speed Internet, cable TV
and telephone. Residence hall students
may lease computers from Information
Technology Services.
The residence hall policy mandates
a smoke-free environment, including
family apartments. According to state
policy, alcohol is not allowed on campus.
Students who are found to have alcohol
on their person or in their rooms will face
severe penalties that could include a fine,
community service, notification of parents,
and alcohol evaluation and eviction.
According to the no tolerance policy with
regard to the use of illegal drugs on campus,
students will be evicted immediately if they
are found to be in possession of drugs.
With the exception of varsity athletes and
international students, campus housing is
not a requirement.
Childcare Services -
College Care for
Kids, a privately-operated childcare center,
provides quality care for children in a safe
learning and social setting. Children learn
through academically-structured play.
Activities are designed to stimulate healthy
development in cognitive, social, physical,
emotional and language areas.
Openings are based on availability. For more
information, contact College Care for Kids at
701-662-1592.
Dining Services -
Dining services is
centrally located in the same building as the
residence halls. A board contract is required
of all students residing in the residence halls
(see tuition and fees section).
Student Information
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