North Dakota State University

NDSU investigating another case of “potential hate speech”

FARGO, N.D. (KVRR) – In an email to students, faculty and staff, North Dakota State University President Dean Bresciani says the school is investigating “potential hate speech incident involving an email that has been posted on social media.” Bresciani says the email has been referred to NDSU’s equity office for investigation. His statement did not say anything regarding what was…

NDSU set to launch mental health and wellbeing app for students, faculty and staff

NDSU bought the app with funds provided by the CARES Act.

FARGO, N.D.–The North Dakota State University Counseling Center recently purchased a mental health and wellbeing app for students and the university community. The app, called WellTrack, will allow students, faculty or staff to take an assessment regarding depression, anxiety and stress. The app then provides self-help therapy and allows users to track their progress. More than two million students and…

NDSU QB Trey Lance Going Pro, Entering 2021 NFL Draft

Forgoing Spring Season

FARGO, ND — North Dakota State  quarterback,  Trey Lance, is moving on from the Bison. Lance making it official he’s declaring  for the draft. The red-shirt sophomore is a projected first round draft pick and the number three overall Q.B. Prospect according to ESPN’s Mel Kiper. By making this decision, the reigning FCS player of the year won’t be returning…

NDSU decides there will be no fans in the stands for Bison game

FARGO, N.D. – NDSU announced this Saturday’s football game between North Dakota State and Central Arkansas will be limited to player families only. NDSU’s says the decision was made in the best interest of health and safety for the participating student-athletes, coaches and fans. The University announced earlier that 8,200 fans, mostly season ticket holders, would be in the stands…

Bison release 2021 Spring schedule

  FARGO, ND — If the NDSU Bison win another FCS championship it will take place in May. The Missouri Valley Football Conference released the spring 2021 schedule. North Dakota State plays it’s conference opener at home on Sunday, February 21 against Youngstown State. The Bison has four home and four road games. Home games include March 13 against Illinois…

NDSU choir moves rehearsals outdoors to keep everyone safe

Students Find New Ways to engage with performance materials.

FARGO, N.D. – NDSU performance arts students are finding ways to work around COVID-19 restrictions. Choir students are hungry to get back into their studies and are taking every opportunity to work on their craft even with pandemic restrictions. In order to keep themselves and others safe the students have opted to do their rehearsals with masks on and outside,…

NDSU student government hands out Covid-19 welcome kits

Each kit came with an NDSU face mask and hand sanitizer

FARGO, N.D. — NDSU is making sure all of its students have what they need to stay safe while on campus. Student government handed out hundreds of welcome kits during the first day of classes. Students stopped by the Memorial Union to pick up a drawstring bag filled with an NDSU face mask and hand sanitizer. The student body president…

NDSU temporarily suspends ACT/SAT requirement

NDSU is accepting applications for fall 2021 already.

FARGO, N.D.–North Dakota State University has temporarily suspended the ACT or SAT score requirement for students applying through Spring 2022. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, NDSU decided to suspend the test requirement because of a limited number of tests and testing sites available for students. Merideth Sherlin, Director of Admission said, “We don’t want students’ educational opportunities to be limited…

Cause of fire on NDSU campus identified

UDPATE: The Fargo Fire Department has identified the cause of a fire at NDSU’s Ladd Hall on August 13. According to the Fire Department, a solution of chemicals were placed in a combustible container on top of a heating device and started the fire. The chemicals were reportedly left unattended.   FARGO, N.D. — Fire crews responded to a blaze…

Week-long COVID-19 testing events scheduled at NDSU and UND

The event is not open to the public.

FARGO, N.D.–North Dakota State University and the University of North Dakota will be host to week-long COVID-19 testing events for current students, faculty and staff. The NDSU event begins on Tuesday and runs through Sunday. Testing will take place from 10 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. each day. The UND event begins on Wednesday and runs through Sunday. Testing times are…