Welcome to the College of Science and Mathematics,
home to nine departments, 1,775 students and 150 faculty/staff.
Explore. Discover. Achieve.
The College of Science and Mathematics prepares NDSU graduates to be part of it all – working in this country and abroad in a wide spectrum of science and mathematics fields. Our graduates today serve in diversity of fields: top executives in chemical and biotechnology companies, computer scientists for major technology companies (e.g., Microsoft in Fargo), physicists for NASA, physicians and health specialists, and exploration geologists at sites across the Americas.
Inspiring Teacher: Jessie Rock, lecturer in geosciences
Jessie Rock teaches introductory geology labs, physical geology labs and Earth Through Time geology labs. She uses NDSU’s extensive collections of minerals, rocks, fossils and other physical...
NDSU computer science graduate student gets Space Grant Fellowship
Andrew Jones, a doctoral student in the Department of Computer Science, has received an award from the Space Grant Fellowship Program. The program is designed to support student research in science,...
Graduate student receives Gunkelman Award
Meghan Yerhot, a graduate student in developmental science, has been recognized with the 2019 Mary McCannel Gunkelman Recognition Award. She was honored during a ceremony May 3 at the Harry D....
Advancing Inclusion Award ceremony set
The NDSU Inclusion Committee is set to host the Advancing Inclusion Award recognition ceremony Thursday, May 2, at 11:30 a.m. in the Memorial Union Century theater. A reception will follow in the...
NDSU commencement to feature student speakers, classical soloist
A total of 1,486 graduating students are planning to participate in NDSU spring commencement ceremonies scheduled for Saturday, May 11, at 10 a.m. and 2 p.m., in the Fargodome. Approximately 2,100...