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  • Student resources: What if I hate my major?

    A. Glenn Hill Center photo
    Students who want to change their major at NDSU have many resources available to help them navigate the transition.

    There are more than 100 majors to choose from at NDSU. Choosing what to study is a…

  • All you need to know about scholarships

    Scholarships
    Each year, NDSU awards numerous scholarships to new first-year and transfer students.

    NDSU scholarships help make an exceptional education even more affordable for talented students like you. Each…

  • Inspiring Teacher: Kjersten Nelson, associate professor of political science

    Kjersten Nelson
    Kjersten Nelson, standing, teaches a variety of political science courses. She joined the NDSU faculty in 2009.

    Kjersten Nelson remembers what it was like to be a freshman college student. It’s a…

  • ‘I’m thankful that I made the decision to transfer to NDSU’

    The following is a glimpse of life as a transfer student through the eyes of students who have already made the transition.

    Read on to discover advice and experiences of transfer students from a mix…

  • Fall career fair will be in-person and virtual

    Career Fairs
    The NDSU Fall Career Expo will be in-person and online.

    The NDSU Career and Advising Center hosts its largest annual career expo both in-person and online this year, maximizing students’ ability to…

  • Students share tips for your first semester

    NDSU students
    Current NDSU students said getting out of your comfort zone and taking advantage of campus resources play a big role in a successful first semester.

    You may be excited and a little nervous, but it’s…

  • Favorite places on campus

    Babbling Brook
    The Babbling Brook is a student favorite on the NDSU campus.

    The NDSU campus is vibrant and filled with energy as the fall semester begins.

    The fast pace and unfamiliar surroundings might be…

  • ‘One class at a time’

    Candy Skauge
    Candy Skauge, a longtime employee at NDSU Libraries and Archives, took classes for 16 years to earn a bachelor's degree in art.

    Opportunity, persistence and the desire to continually learn drove…

  • Welcome Week events build community

    Welcome Week
    Welcome Week events vary, from open houses promoting campus programs to exploring Fargo and Moorhead.

    Welcome Week is a great way for first-year students to begin building connections and community…

  • Student resources: Residence Life

    Sri Teja Garapati
    Graduate student Sri Teja Garapati was vice president of Mathew Living Learning Center Hall Government and a member of the Residence Life Student Social Media Committee and National Residence Hall…


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