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If you haven't already started, now's the time to start the financial aid process. Start with the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) using NDSCS code 002996. If you have questions, NDSCS staff can help you understand the forms, deadlines and process.
Don't forget to apply for scholarships!
Did you know that all students who live and eat on campus pay in-state tuition? Living on campus is a great way to save money and stay connected to the campus community.
You will receive an invitation to register once you've been fully admitted. Registration days are typically held during the spring and summer months.
Summer Session provides shorter terms and smaller class sizes for more than 100 general education courses. Fulfill your general education requirements, lighten your credit load for fall, or get that course you've been worried about out of the way.
We also offer college prep courses through the College Readiness Academy. Held in June and July on the Wahpeton campus, this program can help you develop academic skills to increase your chances for success during college.
Some requests for accommodations for students with disabilities may take up to six weeks. Start your request today.
If you plan to live on campus, it's time to move in. Residence halls open the weekend before classes start. There's plenty of time to get your room set up, meet new people and attend Welcome Week events.
During Orientation & Welcome Week, you'll see what life's like at NDSCS. You'll tour campus, learn about your department, get your student ID and much more. All first-year students are encouraged to attend.
Start Classes! Congratulations and welcome to college!
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