James Rosenquist Artist Residency
About North Dakota State University
With reputation for excellence in teaching and multidisciplinary research, North Dakota State University (NDSU) in Fargo links academics to real world opportunities. As a metropolitan land grant and intensive research institution with over 14,000 students, NDSU offers more than 190 undergraduate, graduate and doctoral degree programs to provide a superior learning environment in and out of the classroom. Located on the state's eastern border in Fargo, North Dakota's largest city, NDSU is the state's Morrill Act land-grant institution.
Renaissance Hall, home to NDSU Visual Arts, is located in a 75,800-square foot, five-story building which provides a cutting-edge facility for art, architecture and landscape architecture students. A $10 million project renovated the century-old building to include studios, classrooms, a wood shop, digital media room, gallery and an outdoor sculpture area.
NDSU is one of two major research universities in an 11-institution state university system.