Welcome back to our continuing students, our incoming first-year class, and new transfer students. If you have any questions about the upcoming year please email David Bertolini, Dean. For more information about NDSU’s Protect the Herd, COVID-19 Smart Restart.
We offer world-class learning opportunities leading to amazing careers that will change your life, your community, and possibly the world.
During these challenging times we are here to help. If you are thinking of attending one of our programs in the fall of 2020 or next year we have answers to your questions.
- To chat with a Dept head or Chair about your major just email me, David Bertolini, Dean AHSS and I will set up a video chat.
- If you would like a NDSU Virtual Visit to help decide click here.
- If you’re a transfer student who needs help with how their credits will transfer email Linda Fricker, AHSS Academic Advisor.
Three Reasons to Come Here:
- Career minded + real skills.
- Best value world-class degree in the region.
- Hands-on research.
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.
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.
Questions email Jessica Jensen
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