The Pathway Program is a collaborative program between North Dakota State College of Science (NDSCS) and North Dakota State University (NDSU) that prepares students for the academic rigors of college-level course work at a research institution.
Applicants who are not admitted to NDSU may be eligible to participate in the Pathway Program. Pathway students enroll in academic readiness courses and general education courses at NDSCS-Fargo, located adjacent to the NDSU campus, and a limited number of general education courses at NDSU. The academic readiness courses are designed to prepare students for the more rigorous course work required to earn a degree from NDSU. The typical student will satisfactorily complete two or three semesters of course work, including any applicable academic readiness courses, as well as a minimum of 24 transferrable college credits with an NDSU and cumulative GPA of 2.0 or higher prior to transferring to NDSU. Transfer students are typically ineligible for Pathway.
Ask Me About Pathway Day
Ask Me About Pathway Day is an opportunity for students who have applied to NDSU and been offered admission to the Pathway Program to learn more about the program, a collaboration between NDSCS-Fargo and NDSU that prepares students for college-level course work.
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