Published on Wednesday, 30 November -0001 00:00
A representative from the Office of Admission at North Dakota State University will visit Kimball Area High School at 12:45 p.m. Friday, Nov. 5.
The representative will help high school students learn about earning a degree from one of the premier universities in the region. Information will be shared about NDSU's leading academic programs, how students can get involved through nearly 300 student organizations and how the NDSU experience can help prepare them for a career and life.
For more information about NDSU, visit www.ndsu.edu.
"NDSU truly is an exciting place that offers success for students," said president Dean L. Bresciani. "The university is a caring, forward-thinking institution that is among the nation's leaders in providing educational and research opportunities. We want to move forward together, with our vision to be recognized as the best student-focused land-grant university in the country."
NDSU has more than 14,000 students studying in 112 bachelor degree programs, 61 master's degree programs, 44 doctoral programs and eight certificate programs. The campus is comprised of the College of Agriculture, Food Systems, and Natural Resources; College of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences; College of Business; College of Engineering and Architecture; College of Human Development and Education; College of Pharmacy, Nursing, and Allied Sciences; College of Science and Mathematics; College of University Studies; and the Graduate School.
"NDSU is a vibrant metropolitan land-grant university that provides a wealth of opportunities for students," said Jobey Lichtblau, director of admission. "This visit by a university representative is an excellent opportunity for high school students to ask questions and learn about the value of an education from NDSU."
The NDSU main campus is located in Fargo, a dynamic community located on the eastern edge of North Dakota. The metro area of Cass and Clay Counties is home to more than 185,000 people. Known for its outstanding education system, parks and entertainment venues, the community recently was named one of the nation's cleanest cities by the American Lung Association. Forbes ranked Fargo ninth on its 2010 list of best small metros for business and careers. In addition, the sixth annual Farmers Insurance Group study named Fargo-Moorhead as the most secure mid-size place to live in the U.S.