Registration & Records
As the centralized source for complete, current and accurate academic information relevant to North Dakota State University, the Office of Registration and Records is dedicated to supporting the educational mission of the University and the scholastic goals of its students. This is accomplished through high quality educational support services, and clear and consistent information regarding institutional academic policies and procedures. The Office of Registration and Records also ensures that student records of academic progress and accomplishments are maintained with accuracy and integrity, and are transmitted in a timely and professional manner.
- Academic Advising
- Academic Policies
- Academic Progress & Degree Completion
- Bulletin/Catalog: Graduate School
- Bulletin/Catalog: Undergraduate
- Campus Connection Help
- Course Descriptions
- Course Schedules
- Credit by Examination (AP, CLEP, etc.)
- Curriculum Guides
- Dates & Deadlines
- Dean's List
- Final Exam Schedule
- General Education Requirements
- Military & Veterans Services
- Placement Procedures (English & Math)
- Registration Information
- Residency & Tuition Reciprocity
- Staff & Services Directory
- Tips to Improving Your Grade-Point Average
- Transcript Requests
- Transfer Course Equivalencies
- Transfer Student Services
The Office of Registration and Records is a contributing office for Bison Connection. The Bison Connection service center staff are prepared to assist students with many services offered by the Office of Registration and Records. However, the Office Registration and Records remains fully available to assist students, faculty, and staff with a complete range of services related to registration processes and student academic records. For more information, please stop in to 110 Ceres Hall and visit with a staff member, contact the office at 701-231-7981 or 1-800-608-NDSU, or visit the Office of Registration and Records online at www.ndsu.edu/registrar.
"Connecting Students with People Who Care"
Bison Connection is a unit of the Division of Student Affairs
NDSU Dept. 5290
P.O. Box 6050
Fargo, ND 58108-6050
866-924-8969 (toll free)
Registration for Summer/Fall 2014 classes begins Monday, March 31.
See Registration Appointments to view assigned student appointment times.
Which Required Classes Do I Need to Take to Graduate?
Prepare for registration by viewing your Academic Advisement Report to see which required classes need to be taken prior to graduation.
Campus Connection Mobile Access Now Available!
You can now access Campus Connection on iPhones, iPads, Androids and other mobile devices! Go to https://m.cnd.ndus.edu to view your schedule, grades, account balances, financial aid, and other account activity.
less than 27 credits
( ) = credits needed for most Federal Financial Aid