As a NDSU student, you will study in facilities and instructional amenities that are among the finest in the Upper Midwest. The Interior Design Resource Center is well equipped with current samples, including access to a virtual product library. Studios provide individual work stations and tools necessary to complete graphic presentations.
- 2 Nomad 883 Desktop CNC Mills
- 4 MakerBot Replicator 2 3D Printers
- 2 LulzBot TAZ 6 3D Printers
- 2 Prusa i3 MK2 3D Printers
- 1 Maker Select Mini V1 3D Printer
- 1 Sense 3D Handheld 3D Scanner
- 1 Matter and Form Platform 3D Scanner
- 1 Cricut Maker™ with Accessories
- Power Tools and Various Hand Tools
- Universal Laser Systems 75w Laser Cutter
All students are required to purchase a laptop computer prior to 2nd semester of the 1st year enrolled in the interior design program. Additional expenses are comparable to other interior design programs and many can be purchased using financial aid. Please see the link for specific hardware and software information. Software information will be distributed in introductory courses. A printer is highly recommended.
Our American Society of Interior Designers Student Chapter give you a chance to mingle with professionals and fellow students. Trips are planned to local, regional, national, and international design studios, architectural firms and product markets to supplement coursework.
NDSU interior design students participate locally in the student chapter of the American Society of Interior Designers (ASID). Sophomore, junior and senior students can participate in the North Dakota Interior Designers (NDID) organization. Several professionals visit campus each year to present programs and informational seminars with students. Trips are planned to local, regional, national, and international design studios, architectural firms and product markets to supplement course work. NDSU interior design students are encouraged to enter design competitions and have experienced a very high success rate. They have been the recipients of scholarship awards and regional and national design competition awards.
ASID offers national award programs, scholarships and grants, official competition standards, and industry and market programs. Members learn and interact with other students and professionals.
Monthly meetings, informative programs, fundraising projects, field trips, community service projects and regional and national conferences.
ASID Student President
Phone: (701) 231 - 7218
Phone: (701) 231 - 7359
As a student at NDSU, you will transform your creativity into a career that is responsive to an ever-changing world. This transformation begins as you complete various studio project and coursework designed to teach you how the design process is used out in the industry.
4th Year capstone projects incorporate evidence-based design solutions. Students conduct their own research that influences the interior design of their capstone project.
Technology drives our industry and our students are prepared! Each student creates a portfolio website showcasing their work.
International opportunities await! Mixing studying with travel can be a wonderful way to submerge yourself into another culture.
The Fargo/Moorhead area is up and coming with its own culture to embrace! Take a moment to check out what is happening off campus!
Be rewarded for your hard work and apply for some of the many scholarships available to NDSU interior design students.
Interior Design Program Coordinator
E. Morrow Lebedeff Hall 178
Fargo, ND 58108-6050