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April 29, 2024

Moving away from home and sharing space with a roommate can be an uncomfortable thought for some incoming freshmen. However, NDSU has several resources to make sure first-year students have a positive residence life experience. Rylan Swenson and Tyler Heckman,…

Photo of NDSU roommates Rylan Swenson and Tyler Heckman
April 18, 2024

There are several reasons that make NDSU stand out. From committed faculty and groundbreaking research to amazing academic programs and an inclusive campus environment, read below to learn why several current students chose to join the Bison family.

A photo of the Bison statue on the NDSU campus
April 16, 2024

Even with the busyness that comes with being a full-time college student, Aidan Gallagher, a freshman social work and human development and family science major at NDSU, finds the time to volunteer three hours a week at the Sanford Medical Center.

Photo of NDSU student Aidan Gallagher
April 4, 2024

The city of Fargo, North Dakota celebrates everything from arts and culture to food and music. A mix of historic architecture, local shopping and delicious restaurants make the downtown area, which is a short distance from the NDSU campus, a dynamic hub for…

Student Kaylee Weigel in downtown Fargo
March 25, 2024

NDSU’s chapter of Letters of Love student organization allows students to create handmade greeting cards with heartfelt messages to help uplift hospitalized children in the community.

NDSU students writing letters to children
Feb. 6, 2024

A grand opening for the new Esports Lab located on the third floor of Ladd Hall is scheduled for Thursday, Feb. 15. The event will include statements from President David Cook, Student Government and current students. An open house is scheduled from 4 p.m. to 7p.…

A photo of the NDSU esports lab
Jan. 25, 2024

It’s time for incoming, first-year students entering NDSU in the fall to apply for housing.

A photo of students in a residence hall room.
Jan. 18, 2024

Getting involved at NDSU is easy. Nearly 300 student groups, clubs and organizations on campus fit a variety of diverse interests. According to Rachel Anfinson, a senior double majoring in political science and finance who is executive commissioner of the…

Students at Student Involvement Expo
Jan. 17, 2024

Volunteerism was at the top of students minds as they came back from winter break. At least 600 NDSU students, faculty, staff and administration recently volunteered during a single day as part of Feed My Starving Children effort to pack millions of meals for…

NDSU students volunteering at Feed My Starving Children