Page Title

Undergraduate Student Resources

Description

NDSU OneStop – service center in the Memorial Union with in-person or online assistance

  • Blackboard (course content, assignments, tests, grades, recordings and due dates)
  • Campus Connection (class registration and student account information)
  • Navigate (system for student success and advisement)
  • Campus Connection Help Pages

Registration & Records Office

  • Major and Minor Curriculum Guides (under Popular Resources)
  • NDSU Bulletin (programs and course descriptions)
  • Dates & Deadlines (includes Final Exam schedule)
  • Graduation (planning and preparation for seniors/juniors)
  • Degree Audit (complete form once 70 credits are completed within field of study)
  • Transfer Services (info on transferring to NDSU)

Student Online Forms

  • Major Change Request (work with advisor to change or add a second major)
  • Minor/Advisor Change
  • Name Change
  • Undergraduate Reactivation

NDSU Financial Aid & Scholarships

  • General Financial Aid information for new and returning students
    (FAFSA form required for need-based scholarships)

NDSU Academic Scholarship Application

  • Academic scholarships awarded from Dept. of Plant Sciences and CAFSNR (plus general NDSU scholarships)
  • General Application is required and easy to complete – click on “apply now for scholarships” (green button)
  • NDSU Academic Scholarship Application (available to current students online Dec. 1st to March 1st)

Career & Advising Center

  • Resumé development
  • Handshake (student online job board for part-time & full-time jobs on or off campus, work-study, and internship opportunities)
  • Career Fair Dates
  • Academic Advising
  • Major Maps (navigate coursework thru graduation)

Student Employment in the Department of Plant Sciences

The Department of Plant Sciences hires students for various positions in the Cereal Science, Food Science, Horticulture, and Plant Sciences research programs. Open positions are listed in NDSU Handshake. Positions may be located in a laboratory, greenhouse, field (outdoor), or a combination of settings. Hours and days of employment can fluctuate with class demands but are always 20 hours per week or less during the semester. Students are allowed to work more than 20 hours per week on semester breaks and during the summer if desired.

Student Activities Office

  • Campus Attractions (activities and programs for NDSU community)
  • myNDSU (search organizations, upcoming events, news articles and submit forms)
  • Volunteer Network (helps individuals and groups find service opportunities)
  • Resource Room (organizations have access to room in Memorial Union)