NDSU is a public university located on the eastern edge of North Dakota in Fargo, the state's largest community. With its sister city, Moorhead, Minn., directly across the Red River, Fargo forms one of the largest metropolitan centers between Minneapolis and Seattle.
Forbes magazine rated Fargo-Moorhead as the fourth-best place in America to live and work, based on income, job growth, qualifications of labor pool and housing costs. Among the community's benefits: A family-friendly environment with excellent schools, safe neighborhoods and a low crime rate. An active arts and cultural scene, including a symphony, civic opera company, art museums and community theatre. Many places to shop and eat, including numerous restaurants, coffee shops and a newly refurbished downtown district.
Students attend North Dakota State University from all over the United States. Here you’ll find information about how to apply, where to find funding and fellowships, tuition and fees, dates and deadlines and frequently asked questions.
International students from more than 80 countries attend North Dakota State University. On this page, you’ll find information about how to apply, English language test score requirements, tuition and fees and funding. You’ll also learn more about our intensive English language program, dates and deadlines and frequently asked questions.
Many people choose our certificate programs or enroll as a non-degree seeking student to earn an extra credential for their career or to brush up on skills. On this page, you’ll find information about applying to NDSU Graduate School for a certificate program or for non-degree seeking status.
Whether you’re new to the campus community or have been a resident for years, this page will provide information about life as a student at North Dakota State University.