Student Government Funded Projects

Bike Share

The bike share is a partnership between NDSU Student Government and Great Rides Fargo which provides free bike rental to all students at NDSU. With five docking stations located on campus and two stations in downtown Fargo, our students have the freedom to explore everything this town has to offer while getting to class in a hurry.

*due to COVID-19 the Bike Share is currently suspended for the Fall 2020 season*

 

Union Computer Bank

Student Government funded the addition of a computer bank located between the Union and the Family Life Center. This project also included another printer station for students.

 

Library SMART board

Student Government in partnership with IT and the Library was able to install SMART technology in two study rooms located in the Library. This project allows our students to utilize technology to enhance their learning experience.

https://library.ndsu.edu/ndsu-libraries-study-rooms

 

De-Stress in the Dirt

In partnership with the Counseling Center, we are able to fund the de-stress in the dirt program which provides workshops for our students to learn about positive coping mechanisms for stress.

https://www.ndsu.edu/counseling/

 

Students of Color Social

In partnership with Student Success Programs we sponsored the first ever Students of Color Social. Student Government has and will continue to be committed to building a more welcoming and inclusive environment for all students at NDSU.



Welcome Week Canvas Night

In partnership with Welcome Week we sponsored Canvas Paint Night event. At this event students got to take home a canvas bag and use paint to make it their own.

 

Programing for Students in Isolation Housing

Student Government partnered with Campus Attractions and Residence Life to provide semester long virtual programing for students in isolation on-campus housing.

 

Protect the Herd Campaign

In partnership with University Relations, the Student Government yell leaders awarded prizes to students wearing their face coverings while on campus to promote a healthy herd.

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