Dana College, founded in 1884, is a baccalaureate college located in Blair, Nebraska. Founded by Danish pioneers, the university is currently home to around 700 students from 35 local states. Student to faculty ratio at 14:1 and average class size is 14 students. Dana College is accredited by Higher Learning Commission of the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools and reflects the values of learning, teaching, development, innovation, and also creativity. The university’s website reflects how the school gives strong focus on what is trending on Internet more than the average universities do. For example, there are links to visit Dana College on Facebook, follow on Twitter, and watch their official video on YouTube.
The university offers undergraduate programs in the following majors: Accounting, Art, Biology, Business Administration, Chemistry, Corporate Communication, Criminal Justice, Education, Music, Musical Theater, Journalism, Sustainability, English, Graphic Design, History, Integrated Studies, International Studies, Mathematics, Psychology, Public Accounting, Religion, Social Work, Sport Management, Spanish, and Social Science. Online program is available for the Bachelor of Science in Management degree. The Honor Program, conducted in affiliation with National Collegiate Honors Council, allows students to apply for additional three credit hours every academic year in addition to the standard limit of credit hours.
Dana College maintains colorful campus life with widespread options for student organizations, clubs, and government. It is unlikely that students would not find at least one organization that would enhance their individual passion. Students can choose to live in one of the five halls of residence or in off-campus apartments referred by the university.
For more information about admissions, financial aid or online learning opportunities such as distance education degree programs and online classes, please contact Dana College.