March 24, 2020

NDSU student campus resources

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Below is a list of many of the NDSU campus resources that are available to help NDSU students academically and aid in mental and physical health throughout their academic career.


ACE Tutoring

ACE Tutoring is offering online group tutoring for some of the most popular courses. A schedule and instructions are available on ACE’s website.

Career and Advising Center

The Career and Advising Center can be accessed virtually by filling out the resume/cover letter review form online, requesting a virtual mock interview or emailing a career coach. Meetings with academic advisors can be scheduled through Navigate. Additionally, employers are posting virtual events, internships and jobs on CAREERLINK which is accessible to students an alumni.

Center for Accessibility and Disability Resources

The Center for Accessibility and Disability Resources is conducting appointments virtually. Students who are concerned about new challenges in the all-virtual learning environment are encouraged to contact the center to discuss accommodations. Visit the Center for Accessibility and Disability Resources website to learn more.

Center for Entrepreneurship and Family Business

The Center for Entrepreneurship and Family Business is a learning laboratory designed to inspire the next generation to question assumptions and value new ideas. The center provides students with opportunities to put into practice what they learn in the classroom.

Center for Writers

The Center for Writers’ services are available through virtual one-on-one sessions with consultants. Visit the Center for Writers website to learn more about how undergraduate and graduate students can schedule a session.

Computer Lab Software

NDSU IT has enabled remote access of computer lab software. Visit the NDSU IT Services website for information and tools for learning remotely.

Counseling Center

The Counseling Center is available through phone and video consultations. Students can call to schedule an appointment with a counselor. For information about scheduling and additional resources, visit the Counseling Center website.

IT Support

Students can receive IT support by chatting with the NDSU IT help desk online. Learn more about technology resources on the NDSU IT Services website.

Math Emporium

The Math Emporium is a hybrid course that connects lecture, technology, and just-in-time tutoring to enhance student success in college algebra and trigonometry (Math 103 and Math 105). All emporium time is proctored by instructors, graduate teaching assistants and undergraduate tutors who help students as needed.

NDSU Bookstore

The NDSU Bookstore has partnered with VitalSource to offer access to digital course materials to all students through May 25. Visit the VitalSource Helps for more information about how to access course materials online.

NDSU Libraries

NDSU Libraries’ is offering pickup service at the Main Library. Other resources can be accessed by chatting with a librarian on the NDSU Libraries website, scheduling a virtual session in Blackboard Collaborate or contacting a subject librarian.

Office of Multicultural Programs

NDSU’s Office of Multicultural Programs is a student-centered, culturally diverse program located in the Memorial Union. The office provides students with campus resources, support and guidance to help them succeed and excel on and off campus. Multicultural Programs assists the NDSU community in creating a culturally inclusive and sensitive campus by providing support programs, co-sponsorship of cultural events and tools for personal growth experiences.

Student Health Service

While Student Health Service remains open, services are also available virtually through telehealth or phone. Prescriptions can be picked up in person or mailed. Visit the Student Health Service website for a complete list of services and directions for scheduling appointments.

Student Support Services

NDSU students who utilize Student Support Services can reach out to their advisor for support in transitioning to online classes. Learn more about Student Support Services online.

VALOR/Veterans Educational Training

Veterans Educational Training offers a host of free services, like helping vets choose a career path, providing training to refresh academic skills or examining options to pay for school. The Veteran Alliance Organization, known as VALOR, is an active group of faculty, staff and students whose aim is to improve the campus climate for veterans, active-duty service members, reservists and members of the National Guard.

Wellness Center

The NDSU Wellness Center facility remains closed, including all events, programs and reservations. But classes and daily workouts are being offered virtually to help students stay fit at home. Follow NDSU Wellness Center on Facebook or Instagram or visit the website for more information.

NDSU’s on-campus clinic and pharmacy remain open at this time. Visit Student Health Service’s website for information about scheduling an appointment.


Students are encouraged to reach out to each service directly with any questions.


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