NDSU's accrediting and licensing organizations are included in the Bulletin which also lists all programs, majors, degrees and graduation requirements.
American's with Disabilities Act
Student Financial Services does not discriminate on the basis of disability, as mandated by Section 504 and the ADA. For students with disabilities, contact Disability Services located in Wallman Wellness Center 170 or by telephone at 231-8463.
The NDSU Bookstore allows students who are currently enrolled with no outstanding charges to purchase books and supplies and charge them to their NDSU account up to $750 per semester. Students are not required to charge books and supplies at the NDSU Bookstore. If students choose to opt out of this option they must have another method of payment. Other methods of payment may include: personal financial resources or waiting until financial aid is disbursed and refunds are available. Students who chose to opt out may purchase course materials from sources other than the NDSU Bookstore.
Code of Conduct
The Higher Education Opportunity Act requires that an institution that participates in any federal loan programs must develop a Code of Conduct with respect to such loans.
Contact Information for the FSA Student Loan Ombudsman Group
On-line assistance: http://studentaid.gov/repay-loans/disputes/prepare
Mailing Address: US Department of Education
FSA Ombudsman Group
830 First Street, N.E., Mail Stop 5144
Washington, D.C. 20202-5144
Drug Free Work Place
Policies regarding a drug free work place, drug usage penalties and available counseling services are printed in the University Policy Handbook and distributed to all students and staff annually. In compliance with federal law, the Drug Free Schools and Communities Acts Amendments of 1989, NDSU has adopted and implemented a program to prevent the use of illicit drugs and the abuse of alcohol by students and employees.
Employment of Citizens and Authorized Aliens
The Immigration Reform and Control Act of 1986 mandates that all employers employ only U.S. citizens or nationals and lawfully authorized alien workers. To meet this federal requirement, NDSU requires identification and verification of all new employees, including student employees. The most common identification documentation is a valid passport or a combination of current picture identification, license and birth certificate, or original Social Security card. The HR/Payroll Office, Old Main 205, handles employment verification.
Job placement information on NDSU graduates is available through Career Center in Ceres Hall 306.
Student Right-to-Know/Campus Security
Information required to be compiled and distributed under the Student Right-to-Know (campus security data, graduation data and athletic graduation data) legislation is released annually to all students, faculty, staff and upon request, to prospective students.
Financial aid is available for students who are in an approved study abroad program. This includes funding through Federal Pell Grant, campus based aid, as well as student loans.
Withdrawal Procedures and Refund Policy
DISCLAIMER: Information contained in printed materials are subject to change based on the implementation of new administrative software. While every effort is made to provide accurate and current information, NDSU reserves the right to change statements in this booklet without notice. NDSU is an equal opportunity university. This publication is available in alternative formats upon request.