About NDSU

North Dakota State University is distinctive as a student-focused, land-grant, research university.

 

North Dakota State University

NDSU is listed at 95 among 404 public universities based on the university’s research expenditures reported to the National Science Foundation. In addition, NDSU is listed in the National Science Foundation’s top 100 in several areas, including: agricultural sciences; business management and business; communications; materials science; natural resources and conservation science; social sciences; sociology, demography, and population studies; and visual and performing arts.

Main campus: Fargo, North Dakota, with Extension Service and Research Experiment Station locations across the state.

Fall 2021

Enrollment..................12,461
Undergraduate.........10,199
Professional...................300
Graduate......................1,962

 

Employees.................5,961

  • 78 Administrators
  • 699 Ranked Faculty and Lecturers
  • 140 Part-Time Academic Staff
  • 1,106 Graduate Assistants and Fellows
  • 298 Program Administrators and Coaches;
    Extension Educators, Experiment Station and Other Researchers
  • 1,339 Professional, Technical, Office, Trades and Service Staff
  • 2,301 Temporary Workers (including students)

There are 2,411 full-time employees and 3,550 part-time employees.

 

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