North Dakota State University is a land-grant university which strives to provide students with excellent opportunities to achieve both academic and personal success.
The Living-Learning Program within the Department of Residence Life centers around the primary mission of the department, to support students by providing a vibrant, healthy place to live and learn. Beyond the commitment of the university to students, it is crucial to provide a solid foundation where students can learn how to become better citizens and scholars within the university community and in life. In short, the Living-Learning Program is the driving force behind the positive experience of living on campus.
Foundation: Community Development and Residential curriculum
- Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences (AHSS)
- Health Science
- Transfer and International Exchange Student (TIES)
- Human Development and Education
- Faculty Mentors
- Faculty In Residence
- Hall Government
- Residence Hall Association (RHA)
- National Residence Hall Honorary (NRHH)
- Programming Council