Congratulations Graduates!

You are amazing and we are grateful for your hard. Keep us posted on your next steps in life. Once a Bison always a Bison.

December Ceremony,
Saturday, May 14, 2022, at the Fargodome

10 a.m. - College of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences; College of Engineering; College of Human Sciences and Education; and College of Interdisciplinary Studies

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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.

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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.

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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

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…

A recent NDSU graduate is already making her mark in the field of emergency management. Only three years after earning her doctorate, Samantha Montano, MS ’14, PhD ’17, emergency management, has…

Please join the Visual Arts Department in welcoming fine art photographer Please join the Visual Arts Department in welcoming fine art photographer R.J. Kern for a visiting artists presentation.


Please join us to celebrate FM Indigenous Peoples Day Opening Ceremony. Oct 12. MONDAY AT 10 AM CDT – 11 AM CDT Live Stream:

LiveStream Here

Join us for a livestream of this year’s Indigenous…

Kwame Anthony Appiah will present Understanding "Racisms" and Racialism followed by a moderated conversation for the Learning the Language of Diversity and Meaningful Inclusion Speaker Series. The…

2020 Red River Women's Studies Conference

When: Friday, October 23, 2020

Where: Online. See WGS event page for details.

This year's theme is "Imperfect History" to mark the 100th anniversary of the…

AHSS has two of your faculty members awarded the distinction as The Nice Center Entrepreneurship Fellows this fall! Congratulations to Meghan Duda, Dept. of Visual Arts and Ganapathy Mahalingam, Dept.…

Lecture title: “Yellow Wolf: A National Park Service Superintendent’s Story,”When: Thursday, Feb. 27, at 7 p.mWhere: Minard Hall rm 230more information

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