The Fargo-Moorhead area is a great community to live in and be a part of. People here are the typical Midwesterners, friendly, open, and welcoming. Once you go to NDSU, the college and Fargo seem like your home., and it's always nice to come home. Another great aspect of attending NDSU is that even if the campus is big and there's around 14,000 students, it still seems that everyone knows everyone. You get a huge college with a small college feel. Students always find their own niche here, whether in activities, organizations, or within their majors.
We have an amazing campus. The size is just right, not too big, not too small. There are opportunities for everyone. We are known for our Engineering and Architechure Program. We are ABET accredited. Campus has an awesome Wellness Center and a Perfect Union (Student Center). There are over 200+ clubs and orginizations to get involved in. 13,000+ possible students to meet and become friends with. Great professors, and good sized classes. Affordable!! Has a great communtiy feel around campus. Feels very safe at all times!
I tell them that NDSU has great activities to participate in, such as Hall Government, Band, and Fraternities and Sororities. I also like to tell them that we have an unlimitied meals program and one of the dinning centers stays open till 10:30 at night. NDSU also has just a great atmosphere around it that just makes you feel right at home when you are on campus. We have many food options on campus and off campus. Lastley I like that the washers and dryers are free when you live in a Residence Hall.
I love to tell people how much there is to do even though its North Dakota. Everyone who comes seems to think that North Dakota is so boring, but there's ALWAYS something to do either here on the North Dakota State University campus or in the Fargo-Moorhead area. I also love to brag about the many organizations that are on campus here, theres more than 280 student led organizations! It's CRAZY!! Plus, it's the best school to go to for majors and job placements in North Dakota!!!! GO BISON!!!!!!!!
There's something for everyone here at NDSU. Anyone could find that place they belong because the options are endless! From Harry Potter Club to football, from American Students of Pharmacy to the volunteer network, from living on campus to the Greek houses, there's always something to do and someone to do it with. Bonds are formed and connections are made through any and all organizations, helping create present friends and form acquaintances for the future.
NDSU has a beautiful campus and a great envionment. The students have great pride in the school. Everyone is very friendly and willing to help if you ask. The campus is the perfect size; big enough so you don't know everybody, but small enough so you recognize familiar faces in your classes. The best thing about NDSU is the type of education recieved. The learning is more hands on, so you are not completely lost when you expand into the work force.
The one area that I like to brag about to my friends is the architecture program. It is ranked high nationally and usually has a good post college job acceptance rate. I also like to share that we have a great student union where we can watch free movies and go bowling for really cheap. The school has a lot of good things to offer that aren't available to colleges in this area.
The culteral phenomenon of study within Architecture fully aknoledges the abilities and scheduled disipline you must have to continue on the path towards success. Within Architecture, the time spent truly shows your skills, power, and merit--It equals the many hundreds of hours spent to become the best.
We dont have to pay to get into athletic events and to use the wellness facilities. The town is also not to big, but not to little. Its not far from home and you can easily drive to good hunting areas. They are improving a lot of the facilities around campus.
I would have to say Gaming Guild of NDSU, because it's the best student organization I've ever encountered after visiting at least half a dozen colleges. It's a great community that accepts everyone, no matter who they are or what they may be interested in.