Welcome to the 2021-2022 School Year!

Welcome to our incoming first-year class, new transfer students, and welcome back to our continuing students. If you have any questions about registering for classes or your program of study please email the College's Advisor Linda Fricker or the Dean David Bertolini, Dean. For more information about NDSU’s Protect the Herd, COVID-19 Updates.

The CEOs of YouTube, Slack and Whole Foods All Have Liberal Arts Degrees. Here's Why That Matters

Did you know!

Many of the founders of great companies have degrees in the Humanities, Arts, and Social Sciences? Why? Because our degrees offer great majors and high-level sought after skills.

Although they did not attend NDSU, the following individuals have similar degrees that we offer: Airbnb - Joe Gebbia & Brian Chesky [Visual Arts], HP - Carly Fiorina [Philosophy & History], LinkedIn - Reid Hoffman [Philosophy], PayPal - Peter Thiel (Philosophy),  Salesforce - Parker Harris [English], YouTube - Susan Wojcicki [Literature & History].

Here is a great combination:
A degree in one of our programs and an  Entrepreneurship minor. This combination can provide you with the knowledge, skills, and desire you need to succeed.

Undergraduates Apply Here
Graduates Apply Here

Experience AHSS

Three Reasons to Come Here:
  • Career minded + real skills.
  • Best value world-class degree in the region.
  • Hands-on research.

Thinking About Your Career: We Can Help

During these challenging times we are here to help. If you are thinking of attending one of our programs in the fall of 2021 or spring 2022 we have answers to your questions.

  • If you would like to visit NDSU and our Programs to help you decide click here.



Transfer Students with Military Credit OR AA/AS

As a current or former military individual who received 15 or more transferable credits for military training or with and AA/AS degree and wants to complete a 4-year degree may save a semester or more at NDSU if you major in Emergency Management, Political Science, or Criminal Justice.

Click here for more Information

Questions email Jessica Jensen



Want to Complete Your Degree?

Do you have a 2-year degree or  want to complete a degree you started a while ago?
Here are two ways to get information NOW:

Our College can help. We have many degree choices and a clear path to help make your transition easy.
Please contact Linda Fricker, College Academic Advisor today.

OR go to the NDSU Degree Completion Website.






News + Events

Where: Flakoll Gallery Renaissance Hall, 650 Northern Pacific Ave, Fargo, ND 58102.
When: October 25–November 5, 2021. 8:30 am - 5: pm daily
Thanks to the NDSU Library, Regional Archives, and the…

Governor Doug Burgum declared October as Arts and Humanities Month for North Dakota. In 2020 he signed the proclamation recognizing that "the arts and humanities enhance and enrich the lives of all…

Monday, October 11, 202110:00 am to 8:00 pm

website: https://www.indgns.org/fargo-moorhead-indigenous-peoples-day-2021.html

Here is a list of activities and zoom links:

Join us for a full day of…

The Dept. of Criminal Justice had its 2021 Career Day with regional and local Law Enforcement and allied fields. It had a large turnout of students seeking internships, job opportunities, and…

The College is proud to announce that Dr. Dan Pemstein, Dept. of Political Science and Public Policy, was awarded a grant from the National Science Foundation for $737,487. Dr. Pemstein is the…


On Wednesday, March 3, 2021, from 6pm-7:30pm, NDSU's WGS program and History, Philosophy, and Religious Studies Department will host a Women's History Month event. The program is virtual and free to…

An NDSU alumnus has an up-close look as history is made in Washington, D.C.

John Wells, BS’ 16, public history, is a National Park Service guide with the National Mall and Memorial Parks Division of…

Public Lecture

What it is like to be black? – Toward a naming, genealogy, and epistemology of (the intractable) anti-black racism

Dr. David Augustin Hodge

Dr. Hodge currently serves as Associate…

NDSU students involved with the Fargo History Project are set to introduce three websites they have developed with historical content. They are scheduled to present their work on Monday, Dec. 14, at 7…

Students use tiny printing press to make big impact with traveling art kits
Students in an art education methods class at North Dakota State University are working on a traveling art project centered…

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