This information pertains to F-1 degree-seeking undergraduates, in addition to those undergraduates who are non-degree students and/or in the Intensive English Language Program.
Documentation can be emailed to NDSU.International@ndsu.edu.
Submit a copy of your passport and any other immigration related documentation to the Office of International Student and Study Abroad Services.
Students seeking to study in F-1 status at NDSU will require an I-20. Applicants must submit official documents as evidence of financial support showing available funds equivalent to estimated costs for one year of attendance. Click here for guidelines on submitting financial documentation for the issuance of an I-20.
Request express mail using this link.
Please click here to find out more about the process of transferring your record to NDSU.
Find out more about what it means to be an international student in the U.S. and what responsibilities you have.
Click here for ways to contact our office.
Have you been admitted to NDSU as an undergraduate international student? Congratulations!
Click here to view our "Next Steps" page and be sure to read the entire checklist carefully.
Please note, students who are citizens of Canada with an F-1 I-20 are not required to apply for an F-1 visa stamp before entering - but the I-20 is still required for your entry to the United States.
After you have been admitted, you will remain in contact with the ISSAS office regarding your arrival and upcoming orientation activities at NDSU. Click here to learn about our required orientation program.