North Dakota State University is a public institution that was started in 1890. It has a undergraduate enrollment of 10,831, its environment is city, and the campus size is 261 acres. It uses a semester-based academic year. Its in-state tuition/fees are $10,516; out-of-state tuition/fees are $13,628
North Dakota State University is situated in the city of Fargo, on the eastern border of the state. Undergraduates at North Dakota State can choose from more than 100 academic majors, and graduate learners can study many master’s programs as well, including business, engineering and education. Outside the classroom, NDSU learners can get involved by exploring nearly 300 campus clubs, pledging with more than 10 fraternities and sororities, and joining student government.
Student athletes can try out for the yellow and green NDSU Bison varsity teams, also known as the “Thundering Herd,” which participate in the NCAA Division I Summit League and Missouri Valley Football Conference. NDSU teams were previously named the Farmers and the Aggies, but athletic officials wanted them to be known as something fiercer, and so chose an animal that once roamed the state in large numbers. Notable North Dakota State alumni include Alf Clausen, Emmy Award-winning music director for “The Simpsons” television show.