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North Dakota State University

Fargo, ND

1301 12th Avenue North, Fargo, ND 58108

https://www.ndsu.edu

North Dakota State University is a public university in Fargo, ND. We've ranked it #313 in the nation on our overall top colleges list, and admission is practically accessible to anybody, accepting 93% of applicants. 8% of its graduates procure a Bachelor's degree in Nursing. Additional commonly decided fields include Human Development, Business, and Psychology, but there are 88 different majors to select from. It ranks 16th in the USA for its veterinary studies program, and first in North Dakota for its protective services, agricultural sciences, and veterinary studies programs. Also, it places 1st in ND for top public universities. For those of you from North Dakota, sticker price tuition costs $7,861 a year. Non-North Dakota residents must shell out $13,033. Before you rule out applying because of cost constraints, be conscious that just under nine out of ten undergrads get some monetary support. 59% of North Dakota State University students finish their studies with a degree, geared up to start the following period in their lives: their careers. On average, alumni make an annual salary of $40,400 two years after university. After four additional years of work experience, the graduate's average annual income climbs 19.3% to $48,200, which is 20.2% higher than the national median earnings for individuals. Many of you might want to be aware that its undergrads' ACT English scores most often range from 20 to 25. Furthermore, it offers a teacher certification program. Relating to your checkbook, be aware that 40% of undergraduates get institutional scholarships to subsidize their education and the average undergraduate spends $4,407 on a meal plan annually. Its campus food rating on School Authority is 9.79 and for athletics, it received a 9.46 out of 10. With respect to student life, there are 6 women's varsity sports offered, including Basketball, Soccer, and Volleyball. To wrap things up, 95% of alumni are gainfully employed six years after college and on average, its students graduate with $9,746 per year of debts.

Ratings

9.79

Party Scene

9.53

Location

8.24

Dorms

9.79

Campus Food

9.79

Student Life

8.24

Safety

Admissions

93%

Acceptance

SAT Score

1080-1280

ACT Score

21-26

Application Deadline:
Rolling Admissions
See application website Application Website:
https://www.ndsu.edu/admission/admission_information/application/
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Cost

Net Price:

$15,472/year

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Average Aid Awarded

$5,149/year

Students Recieving Financial Aid

90%

Academics

Professor Rating

9.01


19:1

Student Faculty Ratio
Graduation Rate

58%

Evening Degree Programs

Yes

Student Faculty Ratio

19:1

Majors

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Graduates by Major


Nursing

208

Mechanical Engineering

154

Human Development

138

Business

99

Psychology

90

Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

89

Agricultural Business

80

Accounting

79

Value

In State Tuition
$8,275/year
Out of State Tuition
$12,413/year