NDSU Distance & Continuing Education (DCE)

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Student Resources

Educational Resources

NDSU Distance and Continuing Education strives to offer a variety of educational resources that are made available to all NDSU students.  The resources we have collected on this page are intended to make our online students more aware of additional tools that may help them succeed in their education.

Advising Resource Center
Center for Writers
Disability Services
Graduate Center for Writers - For distance-based students
NDSU Library
Smarthinking (online tutoring)
Student Organizations at NDSU
Tips for improving your GPA
Thesis writing tips
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Advising Resource Center

A new resource is available for distance-education students looking for academic advising assistance. The Advising Resource Center (ARC) is located in the Memorial Union on the main NDSU campus, but also has resources available for students that are not able to visit campus. You can call or email questions you may have about academic advising, and you will receive a response within 24 hours Monday through Friday.

The ARC is not designed to replace traditional advising but, rather, to supplement the academic advising needs of all students and disciplines, including distance-education students, by providing a central point of contact to help you learn how to contact your assigned academic advisor or other academic resources as you navigate your degree program.
Online advising is appropriate for:

To contact the ARC, call 701-231-8662 or send an email with your questions to: .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address). Look for even more remote advising options in the future!


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NDSU Library

The NDSU Library has a wealth of resources available to students.  Search the library catalog for books and other materials.  View their online databases for journal articles and other research materials. The NDSU Library also participates in an interlibrary loan (ILL) system which expands the resources available to NDSU students.

Other helpful direct contacts:

Visit the Reference Desk page on the Web for more information or to leave a message.


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