Fargo, N.D. – Fargo, the home of NDSU, has been ranked among the top 10 college towns in the country by Livability.com. The website placed Fargo 10th on a list including such communities as Louisville, Ky.; College Station, Texas; Auburn, Ala.; Ann Arbor, Mich.; Madison, Wis.; and Boulder, Colo.
According to the website, the cities “give the student great places to learn, grow and play, while at the same time giving residents the benefits that come with being near a vibrant educational institution. In a nutshell, they've got a lot to offer whether you're after a degree, a new career or a place to settle down.”
Livability.com’s description of Fargo states, “In a city made famous by cold weather and the Coen brothers, college-goers are quickly warming up to the idea of going to school here. Home to multiple campuses, Fargo has earned the reputation of a bona fide college town, but that's only half the attraction. With a low unemployment rate and plenty of entertainment options, Fargo is fast becoming a location destination of choice.”
For more information, visit http://livability.com/top-10