Wallman Wellness Center
Funded by the student health and wellness fee, the Wallman Wellness Center houses five major components: Student Health Service, Fitness Programs, Campus Recreation and Intramural Sports, Wellness Education and Child Care Service. These five components work together to promote and develop healthy lifestyle opportunities for members of the University community. The Wallman Wellness Center contains cardiovascular and strength equipment, two indoor tracks, a climbing pinnacle and wall, basketball/volleyball and racquetball courts, an all-purpose (MAC) gym, spinning and martial arts studios and two group exercise studios. Please call 231-5200 for additional information.
Student Health Service
The Student Health Service, located in the Wellness Center, is a primary healthcare facility that offers integrated professional services to NDSU students. Registered nurses, certified nurse practitioners, physician assistants, and physicians staff the Student Health Service. Medical laboratory and pharmacy services are also available.
The primary health services of the Student Health Service include health promotion and disease prevention, health counseling, care during acute and chronic phases of illness, and referrals to outside providers when appropriate.
Only registered students are eligible to use the Student Health Service. Appointments may be scheduled by calling the Student Health Service reception desk at 231-7331.
Wellness education leaders conduct health education presentations and activities in the wellness education area, residence halls, and various other locations on campus.
The Wallman Wellness Center has fitness programs and activity areas to meet the strength and conditioning needs of faculty, staff and students. Staff and student fitness specialists are available to conduct orientation classes, specialized training and fitness testing.
Campus Recreation and Intramural Sports
The Wallman Wellness Center 's Intramural Sports programs are designed to help students, faculty and staff become more involved in recreational activities regardless of age, gender, disability, skill level or past experience. Campus Recreation provides the space and some of the equipment for participants to set up their own activities.
The Wellness Education services and programs support all dimensions of wellness, including physical, social, environmental, occupational, intellectual, emotional and spiritual. Services include health education, nutrition counseling and education, massage therapy and wellness resources. Student Wellness Education Leaders promote wellness through peer education by increasing awareness of student health issues and encouraging positive lifestyle choices and decision-making skills.
Child Care Service
The Child Care is a licensed service provided to NDSU students. Parents may drop off children ages 6 weeks to 6 years old for up to four hours while participating in classes or campus activities. Child Care is available primarily by reservation, but limited part-time drop-off care is also available on a first-come, first-served basis. An hourly fee is assessed to patrons of the Child Care Service.
Apartments for families and single students are located on and near the NDSU campus. Residence halls are planned to provide a comfortable learning environment and are within walking distance to all classes. They offer excellent opportunities to make new friends and become part of a learning community. The university believes the residence hall program is beneficial to a student's academic, social, and personal growth.
Contracts for residence hall accommodations are for the academic year. Requests for release at the end of the semester are reviewed each semester. Procedures are specified in the General Conditions of License Contract for Residence Halls.
For an application or information regarding food and housing facilities, write to the Department of Residence Life, NDSU Dept. 5310, PO Box 6050, Fargo, ND 58108.(Click here for housing or NDSU residence life)
The dining facilities for the majority of students residing on campus are connected to adjacent residence halls. Students living near the center of campus will find food facilities easily accessible in the Memorial Union. Students not residing in the residence halls may purchase a meal plan.
Rates have been established for meal service to provide the dinner meal on the Saturday of move-in day for Fall Semester and on the first day of classes Spring Semester. The noon meal will be the last meal served prior to the beginning of all holidays or recess periods. Sack lunches are provided for class conflicts. A validated campus ID card or cash is required upon entering dining areas. Campus ID cards are not transferable between students or friends. Replacement for a lost campus ID card can be obtained at the ID Card Center, Memorial Union, for a charge of $15.00.
The NDSU Bookstore is located in the Memorial Union on the southeast end of the main floor. The store is the official source of all required course materials and supplies. It also stocks many convenience items, such as health and beauty aids, gifts, souvenirs, and official NDSU Apparel. Computer software and hardware is sold in the store at academic prices for NDSU Students, faculty and staff. An NDSU ID is required to purchase those items.
The NDSU Bookstore is open from 8:00-6:00 Monday through Thursday and Friday from 8:00-5:00; Saturdays from 10-3 while classes are in session. The Herd Shop convenience store is open 7:30-9:00 Monday through Thursday, 7:30-5:00 on Fridays and on Saturdays when class is in session from 10:00-5:00.
If you have any questions concerning the operational policies of the store the NDSU Bookstore Director can be contacted at 231-7763 and her office is located in the main store. The NDSU Bookstore also operates a Pro Shop located in the Wallman Wellness Center and will open a store in the NDSU Downtown campus in Barry Hall for spring 2009.