North Dakota State University is proud of the number of academically talented students who enter the university each year. Although the scholarship selection process is quite competitive, all interested students are encouraged to complete the scholarship application or contact the appropriate department for consideration.
- Students scoring a 24 composite or higher on the ACT (SAT equivalent of 1090 in Math and Critical Reading) who have a 3.5 cumulative grade point average (GPA) are invited to apply for scholarships.
- To be considered for scholarships, you must be admitted to NDSU by the February 1 scholarship application deadline.
- Transcripts and test scores received after the February 1 deadline will not be considered for scholarships.
- Applicants must be either a U.S. citizen with a Social Security Number or a permanent resident.
- The scholarship deadline has passed. Applications may still be submitted but please know that the applications will be considered late and there is no guarantee that any awarding to late applicants will take place.
The scholarship application is provided through AcademicWorks. Scholarship opportunities have varying deadlines and may also rely on FAFSA information for need-based awards. Be sure to submit all applications early to allow for optimal consideration. You may receive e-mails from AcademicWorks if you are selected for a scholarship or need to provide additional information for a scholarship opportunity. To ensure proper e-mail delivery, please add firstname.lastname@example.org to spam filters. AcademicWorks supports the latest versions of Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, Apple Safari, and Internet Explorer 11 or Microsoft Edge.
Applications are reviewed based on your academic record as well as your answers to questions on the application.
North Dakota University System (Campus Connection), passwords expire every 90 days. To change your Campus Connection password go to:https://helpdesk.ndus.edu/ndusaccount/
Not all Colleges and/or Departments utilize the online scholarship application. Be sure to check with your College and/or Department for additional scholarship application instructions.