In the wake of the COVID-19 national emergency, some NDSU students have limited resources and need your help. You can make a difference through a gift to the NDSU Foundation’s Student Emergency Support Fund.
NDSU, like other universities, has moved to remote learning. Some students are in need of technology to complete their coursework remotely, resources to meet basic needs and travel assistance.
“During these uncertain times, I am reaching out to you to ask for your support in helping to equip students with the tools they need to successfully complete the semester,” said John Glover, NDSU Foundation president and CEO. “The Student Emergency Fund has been established to assist students during unforeseen financial emergencies because we know our students are at a greater risk of leaving the university during times of crisis. By providing students with the resources they need during this challenging time, you’ll help ensure they are able to stay committed to NDSU and continue their education.”
Gifts can be made online to the project’s giving webpage.