NDSU Holds Expo to Get Student Body Involved In Campus Organizations

The NDSU Involvement Expo is held at the start of each semester

FARGO, N.D. — NDSU is helping students connect with organizations on campus.

The university held its Involvement Expo for the spring semester in the Memorial Union ballroom.

Representatives from various campus groups were on hand to let the student body know about their programs and how to get involved.

University leaders say the event is important for creating an active and engaged student body.

“There’s literally something for everybody, we have clubs ranging from academic to special interests, religious, we have wellness, we have pretty much anything you can think of and it’s just a way to find a place to be involved on campus,” said Lauren Algyer of the NDSU Congress of Student Organizations.

NDSU holds two involvement expos each year and each event represents almost 300 organizations on campus.

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