DCB Nursing Program Expands

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Solving the nursing shortage at home by expanding the options available.
Dakota College at Bottineau is working toward that goal with the addition of a Minot campus.
Established in 2003, the Dakota Nursing Program offers Associate and Licensed Practical nursing degrees in five locations, the newest in Minot.
Nursing students cut the ribbon today for the new campus.
 
(Dawn Romfo, DCB Director of Dakota Nursing Program) “Nursing is a huge shortage, nation, state and local so it’s nice to get people who are from our area into nursing.”
 
(Lauren Kalberer/KX News)
Visit MyNDNow.com to find out how the Dakota Nursing Program tailors transitions from obtaining a license in less than a year, and offers guidence all the way up to a master’s degree in nursing.
 

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