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International Students may face Deportation in new ICE Guidelines

In the Student and Exchange Visitor Program, international students who are enrolled in online-only courses due to COVID-19 will not receive visas for the fall semester unless they attend some in-person classes.

FARGO, N.D. – A new regulation from Immigration and Customs Enforcement is threatening the status of international students attending U.S. universities. In the Student and Exchange Visitor Program, international students who are enrolled in online-only courses due to COVID-19 will not receive visas for the fall semester unless they attend some in-person classes. Many universities across the country are still…

NDSU To Have In-Person Classes In The Fall, Masks Will Be Required

The school will be maintaining its initially planned start date of August 24.

FARGO, N.D. – On Thursday morning, NDSU received a grant of nearly $20 million dollars that will help the school set up a COVID-19 plan. The university says that without the money, online classes might have resumed for another semester. “I couldn’t be more excited because everything else would’ve been suboptimal and a real let down for our students as…

NDSU to implement hybrid education model for fall semester

Students should regularly check their NDSU email for updates.

FARGO, N.D.–North Dakota State University was recently approved for a grant to help implement a hybrid system known as the HyFlex Education Model for fall semester. The HyFlex uses technology to allow students to take classes remotely in as “normal” a manner as possible. NDSU says it hopes the majority of students will choose to take classes in-person, but understands…

NDSU distributes more than $3 million to students

Eligible students were able to apply for a grant up to $600.

FARGO, N.D.–Students at North Dakota State University have received $3,359,788 as part of the Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security Act. The funds were distributed to 7,874 students starting May 14. Eligible students were able to apply for a grant up to $600. In order to be eligible for the grants, students must meet the following requirements: Enrolled at least…

NDSU Helping People Return To School With Degree Completion Program

Potential students are offered the option to choose between online and in-person schooling depending on their needs.

FARGO,N.D. — In an uncertain economy NDSU is offering new ways for people to get back to school. The school is offering a degree completion program for adults with college credits who are looking to finish their degree. Potential students are offered the option to choose between online and in-person schooling depending on their needs. Staff say having the extra…

NDSU Nursing School Hosts Drive Thru Pinning Ceremony

The formal pinning ceremony is still being held in August.

FARGO, N.D.- The pinning ceremony is a unique rite of passage that only graduating nursing students get to experience. “The pinning ceremony is a long lasting tradition in nursing and it just represents their achievements in completing the program and entering into professional nursing,” says Carla Gross, the Associate Dean at School of Nursing at NDSU. Because of the Coronavirus,…

NDSU offers digital materials for 2020 graduates

FARGO, N.D. – NDSU curbs the disappointment of the postponed Commencement Ceremony for 2020 spring graduates. Due to COVID-19, NDSU’s graduation will be pushed back until December. That doesn’t mean the university is content to let their hundreds of student pass the date without a chance to celebrate. Until May 16th, NDSU will be rolling out digital celebration materials so…

NDSU trains students on contact tracing to help manage COVID-19 in North Dakota

The university has created a contract with the State health department to train students

FARGO, N.D. — The North Dakota State department of health has received some reinforcement from students at NDSU. The students will assist in contact tracing, one of the main techniques used to manage outbreaks. “This is completely outside of classwork,” said NDSU’s chair of the Public Health Department Pamela Jo Johnson. “We created a contract with the state health department…

NDSU’s Fashion, Apparel &Business Organization takes their annual fashion show virtual

For two days, the student organization will post photos on Facebook and Instagram highlighting student designers and local businesses that promote this year's theme of sustainability

FARGO, N.D. — Students involved in NDSU’s Fashion, Apparel and Business Organization look forward to the end of April all year long. It means it’s time for the annual fashion show, where members get the chance to showcase their designs and see all of their hard work pay off. With the COVID-19 pandemic threatening to cancel this year’s show, the…

Students Stuck On Campus at NDSU & UND Face Social & Monetary Troubles

FARGO & GRAND FORKS, N.D. – As the pandemic ramped up, and businesses and schools closed around the nation, NDSU and UND found themselves in a situation that would require them to keep hundreds of students in on campus housing. “The reasons vary tremendously, whether it was international students who couldn’t get back home, or students who needed internet. We…