Fargo, N.D. - Red Cross Learn-to-Swim courses offered through the NDSU Swim Academy each summer semester are designed to provide children and young teens with a positive, developmentally appropriate aquatic learning experience. Each class is filled with fun, engaging and challenging activities that motivate participants to want to perform and learn how to swim. All sessions run for 2 weeks, Monday through Thursday. Preschool and parent/child levels, along with levels 1 and 2 are 30 minutes; levels 3-5 are 40 minutes and level 6 is 50 minutes. All instructors are WSI certified and each class has a student to teacher ratio of 6:1. (parent/child, preschool and levels 1 and 2 have a ratio of 4:1)
For detailed descriptions of each level and all available session times, refer to the Swim Academy Page.
The registration deadline for each two-week session is one week prior to first class of the session.
The Wellness Center is currently interviewing for student employees for the fall semester. The Wellness Center offers a variety of different positions for students. Our goal is to find motivated, detail-oriented team members who value good customer service and a positive work environment. We provide convenient on-campus employment while helping students develop skills that will translate to future jobs in any career path.
Click here for a brief position description and application.
NDSU Wellness Center
PO Box 6050 Dept. 3450
Fargo, ND 58108-6050
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NDSU Wellness Center
1707 Centennial Blvd.
Fargo, ND 58102
Register for classes and programs,
request facility reservations,
book racquetball courts, and more
at our Wellness Web Portal!
All students will be required to
sign a waiver of liability during
their first visit. Fall 2018 access begins Saturday, August 18th 2018.
A current NDSU ID is
REQUIRED to be admitted into the
Wellness Center. Old, damaged
or misplaced card? Use our Friendly Reminder Program!
Student Employee of the Month
Congratulations to our student employee of the month (June), Greta S.! Greta is a senior studying social work and works in child care and as a lifeguard.