Diversity-Related Links

Disability Services The Office of Disability Services works to ensure students will disabilities have equal access to fully participate in the university environment. Their web page provides information and resources to assist students who need additional accommodations based on documented disabilities.

Equity Office The Office of the Vice Provost for Faculty and Equity serves as a central resources for implementation, coordination, and monitoring of equal opportunity, affirmative action, and non-discrimination compliance and initiatives. Utilize this resource to file complaints or Bias reporting. 

  • NDSU students, faculty, and staff may submit an anonymous form to report acts of bias, bigotry, or hate at NDSU.  Please note that NDSU may be limited in its response if you submit an anonymous report.  If you believe you have been subjected to discrimination, harassment, sexual misconduct and/or retaliation and want to ensure that NDSU is able to fully respond to your concerns, you are encouraged to submit a Report Form or Complaint Form instead of a bias report. 

    If you need help or assistance in this process, contact your Hall Director or the Office of the Provost at ndsu.provost@ndsu.edu.

Gender and Sexual Diversity The Office of Gender and Sexual Diversity is committed to facilitating an inclusive environment where individuals of diverse orientations are respected.

Institutional Research (student-related facts) NDSU Institutional Research offers summaries on student demographics, GPA averages, enrollment history and more in this statistically formatted page.

International Student and Study Abroad Services  This webpage provides information for students coming to NDSU from abroad and those students who see international experiences of their own.

Military and Veterans Services  Providing resources for prospective students, this site links to a wide variety of services both on campus and in the community.

Multicultural Programs  The Multicultural Programs assists the NDSU community by providing support programs, cultural events, and tools for personal growth experiences.

SafeZone The Safe Zone Program at NDSU works to educate students, faculty, and staff on resources, statistics, and how to be an ally/advocate for members of the LGBTQIA Community.

Sexual Assault Prevention and Advocacy Sexual Assault Prevention and Advocacy provides resources, support, and educational materials to connect with peers and actively prevent sexual assault within the NDSU Community. 

Student Support Services: NDSU offers multiple opportunities for support for students who are low-income, first generation, and students with disabilities. 

Veteran's Educational Training The Veteran’s Educational Training program is a free program to help you prepare to continue your education. The program helps to refresh basic knowledge and ease the transition into higher education. 

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