Your Student's NDSU Experience
During your student's experience at NDSU, there may be several subjects you wish to learn more about so as to best assist your student. This section of Student Success Program's website is aimed at providing helpful tips and links so that you may be of optimal assistance.
Tip of the Month!
As of now, your student has been in class for several months and has been introduced to academics at NDSU through tests, homework, and class participation. Encourage your student to continue to strive for academic excellence through using resources on campus! Whether he/she needs a place to study or help with an assignment, NDSU offers assistance when it comes to helping students succeed. Check out some of the following resources available to your student:
* You're On Your Own (But I'm Here If You Need Me): Mentoring Your Child During the College Years
- By Marjorie Savage
* Don't Tell Me What To Do, Just Send Money
- By Helen E. Johnson & Christine Schelhas-Miller
* Parent's Guide to College Life: 181 Straight Answers on Everything You Can Expect Over the Next Four Years
- By Robin Raskin
Thank you for your interest in NDSU’s Family Weekend. Based on a needs assessment conducted in 2013, our efforts will shift from one specific weekend to more focused efforts to connect with families through electronic newsletters and a more active web presence with relevant and timely information for families. We will highlight campus events that may be interesting for you to participate in and visit your student throughout the academic year. If you have questions, please contact Student Success Programs at 1.800.488.6378 extension #2 or at 701.231.8379. You can also email us at NDSU.parents @ndsu.edu