Weekday visits can be scheduled between 8:15 a.m. and 2:30 p.m. Monday through Friday.
Your weekday visit will include a student-led campus tour (75 minutes) and meeting with an admission counselor (30 minutes). If you know what you plan to study, you can also request an academic appointment (45 minutes) to hear first-hand from our professors and advisors about our programs.
You can attend a weekend visit regardless of your academic interest. Visitors may choose to participate in any or all parts of a Weekend Academic Event. Weekend visits include:
- Admission presentation and next steps information
- Panel with current students
- Campus Tour
- Interactive experiences with faculty
- Lunch on us in one of our premier dining centers
Learn more about the following programs: Industrial Engineering, Agriculture and Bio systems Engineering, Manufacturing Engineering, General Engineering, and Mechanical Engineering.
Learn more about the following majors related to health care: Pharmacy, Nursing, Radiologic Sciences, Respiratory Care, and Medical Lab Science. **Please note that pre-medicine programs are not covered during this event.**
You are invited to attend the NDSU Music Day, an opportunity for high school students to attend music classes, observe ensemble rehearsals, meet music faculty and students, learn how to prepare for scholarship auditions, attend performances, and learn about music scholarships and financial aid.
Find out more about the following programs: Agribusiness, Agricultural Economics, Agriculture Systems Management, Animal Science, Biotechnology, Crop and Weed Sciences, Economics, Equine Science, Food Science, Horticulture, Microbiology, Natural Resources Management, Pre-Veterinary Medicine, Range Science, Soil Science, and Veterinary Technology.
Learn more about the majors in the College of Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences: Agricultural Communication, Anthropology, Criminal Justice, Emergency Management, English, French, History, Journalism, Management Communication, Music, Philosophy, Political Science, Public History, Sociology, Spanish, Strategic Communication, Theatre Arts, and Women and Gender Studies.
Take a tour of Renaissance Hall and learn more about Art, Architecture, Landscape Architecture, or Interior Design.
Find out more about the following programs: Apparel, Retail Merchandising and Design, Dietetics, Education, Exercise Science, Hospitality and Tourism Management, Human Development and Family Science, Interior Design, and Sport Management.
See Richard H. Barry Hall and learn more about: Accounting, Business Administration, Finance, Management, Management Information Systems and Marketing.
NDSU is a leader in STEM education and research. We are preparing innovative problem solvers to address real-world problems. Join us as we explore opportunities for women in STEM at NDSU. You will meet inspiring students, faculty, and alumni as you engage in interactive sessions.
Find out about the opportunities within the College of Science and Mathematics, including Behavioral Statistics, Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, Biological Sciences, Biotechnology, Chemistry, Computer Science, Geology, Mathematics, pre-professional programs (pre-chiropractic, pre-dentistry, pre-medicine, pre-mortuary science, pre-optometry, pre-osteopathy) Physics, Psychology, and Statistics.
Not sure what you want to study? No problem! Join NDSU staff for an interactive session exploring how your interests fit with major and career opportunities and the resources available at NDSU to help you succeed.
Find out more about the following programs: Civil, Construction Management, Construction Engineering, and General Engineering.
Learn more about the following majors related to health care: Pharmacy, Nursing, Radiologic Sciences, Respiratory Care, and Medical Lab Science.
Find out more about the following programs: Computer Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Computer Science, Mechanical Engineering, and General Engineering.
Weekday visits can be scheduled between 8:15 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. Monday through Friday.
Get a personalized look at what North Dakota State University has to offer. You can build your own campus visit schedule. If you know what you would like to study, you can request an academic appointment to hear first-hand from our professors and advisors about what makes our programs unique.
Saturday Visit Opportunities
Transfer Open House
- Friday, October 25
- Friday, March 6 (registration will open December 1)
Transfer Visit FAQs
How will my credits transfer to NDSU?
If you’ve scheduled a Transfer Admission Counselor Meeting, it’s helpful for you to bring along an unofficial transcript, documenting the coursework you’ve completed and/or have in progress. In most cases, we can show you how your courses transfer and fit into your desired program of study at NDSU.
Are you an admitted transfer student looking to visit campus and register for classes?
We’d be happy to give you a campus tour and make sure everything is in place for your transition to NDSU, but you’ll need to reach out to an academic advisor to set up a time to discuss your course registration at NDSU. Registration information can be found in the Transfer Enrollment Guide mailed with your acceptance letter. Your Transfer Admission Counselor visit is not designed as a course registration opportunity – we keep that for the advising professionals!
Do you have questions about transfer student orientation?
You will be able to register for classes during transfer student orientation. For more information, visit transfer orientation dates and schedules.
Registration for Spring 2020 dates will open December 1.
- Friday, February 28 – Admitted Student Day
- Friday, March 27 – Junior Day
- Friday, April 17 – Junior Day
Group visits are available Tuesday - Thursday only and can begin at 9 a.m. or 1 p.m.
Due to limited availability of staff and facilities, we cannot accommodate all requests. Groups are scheduled on a first-come first-served basis and require at least two weeks advance notice. To schedule a group visit, please email Zebulon Watkins.
Group visits are available for high-school and community college students and group size can range from 10 to 100 students. Groups must include at least one chaperone for every 10 students. Chaperones are expected to remain with the group at all times.
If the number of students changes after you have made your reservation please contact our office with an updated number at least three days prior to your visit.
Summer Visit Days
Registration will open in January 2020
- July 17, 2020
- July 31, 2020
- August 7, 2020
Campus Visit FAQs
What should I do during my first visit to campus?
We recommend scheduling a campus tour and an admission counselor meeting or attending one of our events (weekend event or Discover NDSU). Each of these opportunities will give you a thorough overview of what NDSU has to offer.
I tried to reserve a spot for the visit online, but the date that I want to come is not available. Why not?
The visit for that date might have reached capacity or the university might be closed. Please keep in mind that some dates do fill quickly and you should register as early as possible. If you have a special request, please call our Office of Admission at 701-231-8643 or email email@example.com
How long is the campus visit?
The average campus visit is two hours. The admission counselor meeting is 30-45 minutes and the tour of campus takes about one hour.
What should I bring with me to a campus visit?
Bring a list of questions you want to have answered.
What happens if there is severe weather on the day of my visit?
If classes are canceled and the University is closed, the program will be canceled as well. You will receive a cancellation notification as soon as possible.
What should I wear?
Dress casually for your visit to campus. Comfortable shoes for the tour are recommended, and a jacket or umbrella are helpful in case of rain. Check out today’s weather. It the temperature falls below zero, your tour will be modified to ensure your comfort.
Where do I park?
Park in the MU Lot as indicated on the campus map. Please do not park in spots designated for administrators or special permits. Don’t forget to display your parking pass.
What will I see on the tour?
A student-led walking tour of campus includes our state-of-the-art classroom facilities, a residence hall, a dining center, wellness center, library, and more.
May I bring a guest?
Absolutely! Parents, guardians, or guests are always welcome on campus. When you register for your visit, please indicate how many guests will accompany you to campus.
I play a sport at my high school. Can I meet with a coach?
The Office of Admission is not able to schedule athletic appointments. Please check out our athletics website at www.gobison.com for more information.
Can I schedule an academic appointment?
When you register for your visit, you can indicate an interest to speak with an academic representative. Be sure to plan ahead - we need at least two weeks’ notice to request these appointments. We do our best to get you scheduled with a department but cannot guarantee it.
Can I eat in one of the dining centers?
Absolutely! While on tour, you will get to see many of our dining facilities. Stop by after your tour for a meal. All weekday visits will be offered meal passes as part of their visit when dining centers are open.
I am visiting with a friend and we want to go on tour together, do we need to register separately?
Yes, each student who is visiting should make their own reservation. We will do our best to put you on the same tour.
What if the number in my party has changed since I signed up for my tour?
If you know in advance that you are bringing more or fewer people than you initially indicated, please call our Office of Admission at 701-231-8643 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.