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Colleges in North Dakota

North Dakota is located just below the Canadian border, near the geographic center of the United States. The third-smallest state by population, North Dakota offers plenty of room to move about its High Plains, the Badlands, and Red River Valley. The state has extremely cold winters and hot summers. But that doesn't keep residents from enjoying night life, museums, the theatre, symphonies, and outdoor recreation. Hunting and fishing top the list of outdoor activities in the summer and winter months, along with hiking, mountain biking, rafting, golfing, and horseback riding.

There are no major Army installations in North Dakota, but there are three active Air Force bases. For Army personnel, the state offers 11 public colleges and four tribal schools. Bismarck, located in the south-central part of North Dakota, is the state capital and educational center with colleges, universities, medical, religious, and scientific schools.

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