Jamestown College is ranked as North Dakota’s top private college or university and is the only North Dakota school listed among the nation’s top 500 private colleges, according to the fourth annual rankings from StateUniversity.com, a leading web site for college and university information.
Additionally, the rankings place Jamestown College third overall in North Dakota after the state’s two major public research institutions.
Of the 18 North Dakota schools listed in the rankings, eight are considered private institutions. read more »
The Performing Arts Series at Jamestown College has been awarded a $2,000 Presenter Support Grant by the North Dakota Council on the Arts in support of efforts to provide quality arts programming in the community. read more »
Jamestown College has awarded the prestigious, full tuition Wilson Scholarship to two high school seniors.
Destiny Winkler, Valley City, and Michael Anderson, Morris, Minn., were selected among students participating in an on-campus interview, essay and examination process in November. Another Wilson Scholarship session will be held in February. read more »
Jamestown College has awarded the Melvin R. Arnold Scholarship to two high school seniors.
Coltin Huus, Enderlin, and Nicholas Adams, Sauk Centre, Minn., were selected from high school seniors participating in an on-campus interview and examination process in November. The scholarship is valued at $10,000 over four years. read more »
The Jamestown College Department of Nursing announces nine senior students were inducted into Sigma Theta Tau International nursing honor society and the Xi-Kappa Chapter-at-Large in November.
The students are Garret Hillius and Julia Stroh, both Jamestown; Katie Lee, Fargo; Nicole Stein, Hankinson; Deanna VanBruggen, Marion; Megan Germundson, Mayville; Beth Segerholm, Northwood; Caitlin Diede, Pingree; and Erica Woodruff, Watertown, S.D. read more »