students using devices in wind lab

Tioga Wind Technician Academy

Devils Lake, ND – Lake Region State College (LRSC) today announced a partnership with NESET to create a Wind Technician Academy in Tioga. The first session of the Academy is set to start on Tuesday, May 26th with up to 16 students learning to work on wind turbines.
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Local schools and college support local medical facilities

A local education consortium and college nursing program are supporting local medical facilities with equipment made on 3-D printers. 
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2019 Who's Who students

Congratulations, graduates!

Today, Lake Region State College would have held its commencement ceremony.
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peace officer students practicing pull over scenario

Peace officer students complete academy

For Lake Region State College’s Peace Officer Training program, Class #97, it’s been a semester for the record books.
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Royals announce new volleyball coach

President Doug Darling and Athletic Director Danny Mertens are pleased to announce the hiring of Steve Waddell as the new Lake Region State College Head Volleyball Coach.
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See you in 2021!

College for Kids Canceled

College for Kids at Lake Region State College will be taking this year off due to the COVID-19 situation.
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We miss our students

LRSC Students, Faculty and Staff - We want you all to know that we miss you! I hope all are doing well. We can’t wait to have the LRSC family together soon. Until then, stay safe, stay healthy, and reach out if you need anything for your courses or other questions. We are here for you! 
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We are going on a lion hunt

Will you join us?
Life became quite different in the past weeks, but we want you to know Lake Region State College is here as an educational resource today and into the future.
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ND Dept. of Health unveils CARE19 app

Today Gov. Doug Burgum and the North Dakota Department of Health (NDDoH) in partnership with ProudCrowd, creators of the popular Bison Tracker app, launched a free mobile app, Care19, to help slow the spread of COVID-19 in North Dakota.
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