NDSCS Achieves Record Enrollment Numbers for Spring Semester

Old Main steeple with spring colored flowers on trees

North Dakota State College of Science (NDSCS) is proud to announce record enrollment numbers for the Spring 2024 semester. According to the official census taken on the 20th instructional day of classes, NDSCS reports a total enrollment of 3,200 students, with an impressive 30,358.50 registered credits. This milestone reaffirms NDSCS's commitment to providing quality education and opportunities for its students.

“NDSCS has achieved record enrollment numbers this year, a milestone that speaks volumes about the vibrant community and culture we have fostered here,” said President Rod Flanigan, Ph.D. “I want to thank every member of our faculty and staff for playing an integral role in making NDSCS a place that students embrace. Together, we are not just growing in numbers; we are expanding our capacity to impact lives, inspire learners, and shape the future.”

The enrollment figures for Spring 2024 break down as follows:

  • 1,338 full-time students
  • 1,862 part-time students

The census data also reveals the geographic origins of NDSCS students:

  • 76.19 percent of students are from 49 counties in North Dakota.
  • 18.59 percent of students come from Minnesota.

The success of NDSCS underscores its reputation as a leading institution for higher education and career development. NDSCS continues to expand its academic programs and support services, ensuring that students receive a strong foundation for their future careers. The College's commitment to excellence has resulted in this significant achievement in enrollment.

For more information about North Dakota State College of Science and its programs, please visit www.NDSCS.edu