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  • 8 fun things to do in Fargo-Moorhead in the fall

    Fall is a great time for NDSU students to enjoy the beauty of the community and try new things.

    There are many fun (and spooky) fall events to enjoy in the area this season. Fargo-Moorhead is...

  • Tips for your first semester

    Current NDSU students recommend new students take advantage of all the university has to offer.

    Your first semester at NDSU is exciting. But you may have questions about how to make the most of your...

  • The most memorable part of the NDSU experience, according to new grads

    Nine spring 2020 graduates share their future plans and what they will remember about their NDSU experience.


    Alexis Pearson

    Major: Biological Sciences

    Hometown: Andover, Minnesota 

    The most...

  • Residence Life helps NDSU students connect virtually

    NDSU Residence Life is offering online resources and hosting virtual events for students to connect with each other while away from campus.

    Some of the events so far include painting night, bingo...

  • Student resources: Counseling Center

    The NDSU Counseling Center provides a confidential setting where students can receive support for personal or academic concerns.

    The Counseling Center can refer students to other support...

  • Here’s how to get involved at NDSU

    Opportunities for involvement on campus are endless at NDSU. With more than 250 student organizations and an environment that encourages students to pursue their passions, every student can make an...

  • 10 fun things to do in Fargo-Moorhead this winter

    Fargo-Moorhead is famous for its winters. Locals and visitors alike relish tales of extreme weather. The truth is average winter highs range from 18 to 37 degrees Fahrenheit, depending on the...

  • Benefits of having an academic minor

    Every undergraduate student chooses a major. It’s their primary area of study and determines what classes they take. It’s the question students get asked a million times during their first year:...

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North Dakota State University
Phone: +1 (701) 231-1068 - Fax: (701) 231-1989
Campus address: Old Main 204
Mailing address: Dept 6000 PO Box 6050, Fargo, ND 58108-6050
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