Best Community Colleges in North Dakota by Salary Potential

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RankSchool NameSchool SectorEarly Career Pay
Mid-Career Pay
% High Meaning
% STEM Degrees
Rank:1School Name:Bismarck State CollegeSchool Sector:PublicEarly Career Pay:$47,400Mid-Career Pay:$67,900% High Meaning:63%% STEM Degrees:1%
Rank:2School Name:North Dakota State College of ScienceSchool Sector:PublicEarly Career Pay:$43,200Mid-Career Pay:$62,900% High Meaning:68%% STEM Degrees:1%
Rank:3School Name:Williston State CollegeSchool Sector:PublicEarly Career Pay:$42,700Mid-Career Pay:$59,900% High Meaning:-% STEM Degrees:1%
Rank:4School Name:Minot State UniversitySchool Sector:PublicEarly Career Pay:$38,800Mid-Career Pay:$58,700% High Meaning:-% STEM Degrees:7%
Rank:5School Name:Lake Region State CollegeSchool Sector:PublicEarly Career Pay:$40,200Mid-Career Pay:$58,300% High Meaning:-% STEM Degrees:0%

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North Dakota State College of Science is a public community college that is part of the North Dakota University System

The North Dakota University System includes 6 colleges that grant associate degrees. Despite the name of NDSCS, only about 25 percent of the associate degrees granted are science, technology, engineering or math subjects. A large percent of graduates from NDSCS say that their jobs are meaningful and help make the world a better place. Just over 3,000 students attend the North Dakota State College of Science. The school was founded in 1903 and its motto is "The Science of Success."