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Fun Fact Friday: In what year was our office established?

NDSU Distance and Continuing Education is a dynamic office offering a variety of high quality educational opportunities and services since 1965. That's nearly 50 years! 

So, how can we help you?

We offer a diverse selection of programs and services in...

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Final Examinations

Final examinations at NDSU will be held from Monday, December 15 through Friday, December 19.

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15 Dec

Fun Fact Friday: When was the first class of students admitted to NDSU?

Did you know that you have access to the NDSU history archives online with historical facts dating back 110 years?

On September 8th, 1891 the North Dakota Agricultural College (which later became North Dakota State University) opened in the basement and...

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Don’t Break the Bank: An Essential Guide to Buying & Selling Textbooks

With one semester ending and another semester about to begin, many students will be faced with the decision of where to sell their books, where to buy books, and may be overwhelmed with the options. Below, we have provided a synopsis of a few major...

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Teaching Kids to Love Themselves: Bringing Heart into the Classroom

Kindness, compassion, and empathy are some of the most challenging, yet most important, components one can teach. Teachers are crucial to the process of facilitating a safe classroom environment and building student character. Influence and nurture...

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Fall Commencement Ceremony Participation deadline

Fall Commencement Application deadline is December 1, 2014.

To view the Fall Commencement Application go to...

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01 Dec

Fun Fact Friday: Do you know the NDSU Alma Mater?

The NDSU Alma Mater “The Yellow and the Green” was created in 1908, written by A.E. Minard with the music composed by C.S. Putnam.

The NDSU Alumni Association provides an online list of the NDSU School Songs, complete with lyrics and recorded by the...

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National Day of Listening

After Thanksgiving dinner do you plan on waiting up till all hours of the night for the Black Friday shopping deals and then pushing past the crowds only to find what you were waiting for is sold out? There is a better way to spend the day after...

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Fun Fact Friday: The year NDSU Athletics moved to Division One

The first Division One football game played in North Dakota was by the NDSU Bison on August 28th, 2004. The Fargodome was sold out as the team beat Valparaiso 52-0.

The NDSU Magazine from Fall 2004 provided coverage with an article titled, “A Snap for...

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Lifelong Learning: 10 Classes to Take for Fun

“The value of a college education is not the learning of many facts, but the training of the mind to think” – Albert Einstein

A myriad of people would argue that Albert Einstein is still the smartest person to have ever lived.  This quote was made...

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Last day to Drop classes with ‘W’ record

Today is the last day to drop classes with 'W' record. For more information go to...

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14 Nov

Fun Fact Friday: When is the first day of finals?

The NDSU Office of Registration and Records posts the official final examination schedule annually. For the fall 2014 semester, final exams start on Monday, December 15th.  The schedule for final exams is determined based on the regular class meeting...

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Standout as a Middle School Teacher

Want to teach middle school and be a step ahead of others looking for careers in the same field? If so, explore these professional development credits approved for use towards the North Dakota Education Standards and Practices Board (ESPB) Middle School...

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Cyber Security Tip: Use Caution When Connecting to Public Wi-Fi Hotspots

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Free public Wi-Fi at coffee shops, libraries, restaurants and hotels make these locations ideal for studying, grading, writing and researching off campus and on-the-go.

While instant and free access to the Internet is convenient, using these wireless...

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Free online tools you’ll want to use.

The college experience can be stressful with everything students have to manage: staying organized, doing research, and writing papers. We have a few solutions for you to make college life a little easier. We have reviewed some of the top online tools and...

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