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  • North Dakota University System: Military, Veterans & Families : Dependents' Educational Assistance
    Voting Information College Access Video Series Ebola Prevention Information NDUS Home Students Military Veterans Families Dependents Educational Assistance Dependents Educational Assistance Dependents Educational Assistance provides education and training opportunities to eligible sons daughters or spouses of Veterans who died or are permanently and totally disabled as the result out of active service in the Armed Forces Veterans who died while a service connected disability was in existence Servicemembers who are

    Original URL path: http://www.ndus.edu/students/military-veterans-families/dependents-ed-assistance/ (2016-02-15)
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  • North Dakota University System: NDUS Councils : Diversity Council
    Minutes Human Resource Council Public Affairs Council Student Affairs Council Campus Councils Consortium for Substance Abuse Prevention NDUS Home North Dakota University System NDUS Councils Diversity Council Diversity Council The Diversity Council works to ensure diversity policies adopted by the State Board of Higher Education are implemented and observed on University System campuses The council advocates for effective approaches to diversity issues and encourages campus diversity initiatives The council also provides information about practices campuses can adopt to improve retention rates and ensure student success Council members are appointed by campus presidents The chancellor also appoints an NDUS staff member and a liaison from the Chancellor s Cabinet which is made up of the campus presidents The council meets either face to face or via Interactive Video Network For more information contact Richard Rothaus Interim Vice Chancellor for Academic and Student Affairs 701 328 4108 Diversity Council Members Richard Rothaus North Dakota University System Tisa Mason NDUS Chancellor s Cabinet Liaison Kari Knudson Bismarck State College Colette Schimetz Dakota College at Bottineau Jenna Williamson Dickinson State University Kristi Hernandez Lake Region State College Dina Zavala Petherbride Mayville State University Evelyn Klimpel Minot State University Jane Vangsness Frisch North Dakota State

    Original URL path: http://www.ndus.edu/system/councils/diversity-council/ (2016-02-15)
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  • North Dakota University System: Diversity Council : Diversity Council Minutes
    Public Affairs Council Student Affairs Council Campus Councils Consortium for Substance Abuse Prevention NDUS Home North Dakota University System NDUS Councils Diversity Council Diversity Council Minutes Diversity Council Minutes Diversity Council Minutes October 21 2015 document File Size 213 42 kb Diversity Council Minutes September 16 2015 document File Size 183 96 kb Diversity Council Minutes April 15 2015 document File Size 193 6 kb Diversity Council Minutes February 18

    Original URL path: http://www.ndus.edu/system/councils/diversity-council/diversity-council-minutes-/ (2016-02-15)
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  • North Dakota University System: Students : Earn College Credit in High School
    Veterans Families International Students Paying for College Tuition and Fee Estimator Student Safety Academic Calendar Student Health Insurance Plan Student Voting Information College Access Video Series Ebola Prevention Information NDUS Home Students Earn College Credit in High School Earn College Credit in High School A great way to get a head start on your college education is to take college courses while you re still in high school North Dakota s dual credit program allows students in grades 10 through 12 to take college courses and receive college credit which also may be used to meet high school graduation requirements Tuition fees books and other costs are the student s responsibility Classes are taught by approved instructors either face to face in the classroom online or through the Interactive Video Network Once you ve taken college courses from a University System campus it s simple to enroll as a full time student because you already have paid your admission fee and have been accepted by that college or university If you decide to attend a different University System campus most general education college courses are transferable To enroll as a dual credit student you need permission from your high school

    Original URL path: http://www.ndus.edu/students/college-credit-in-hs/ (2016-02-15)
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  • North Dakota University System: Students : Earn Credit by Exam
    Exchange Reciprocity Programs Military Veterans Families International Students Paying for College Tuition and Fee Estimator Student Safety Academic Calendar Student Health Insurance Plan Student Voting Information College Access Video Series Ebola Prevention Information NDUS Home Students Earn Credit by Exam Earn Credit by Exam You can receive academic credit for non collegiate learning experiences including military and other work experience by participating in these credit by exam programs Advanced Placement

    Original URL path: http://www.ndus.edu/students/earn-credit-by-exam/ (2016-02-15)
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  • North Dakota University System: Students : Easy Transfer within or to North Dakota Campuses
    Campuses Easy Transfer within or to North Dakota Campuses One of many benefits of enrolling at a North Dakota University System college or university is that you may transfer easily from one campus to another through several statewide initiatives GERTA The General Education Requirements Transfer Agreement or GERTA is a systemwide plan that allows you to complete general education requirements at any University System campus or North Dakota tribal college and then transfer your general education program to another institution Common Course Numbering Common course numbers and titles are used to describe hundreds of courses offered by University System tribal and private colleges that are seamlessly transferred to other participating North Dakota colleges and universities Find out if a specific course is transferable Articulation Agreements Articulation agreements are formal agreements that make it possible to maximize transferability of specific coursework when transferring to another college or university More than 1 600 articulation agreements exist within the University System and more than 500 agreements have been arranged with out of state institutions Plan Transfer with Advisors If you plan to begin college at one campus and then transfer to another you will want to work closely with advisors on both campuses

    Original URL path: http://www.ndus.edu/students/transfer-within-to-campuses/ (2016-02-15)
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  • North Dakota University System: Students : Ebola Prevention Information
    well Nausea vomiting and diarrhea are common Diarrhea is usually severe and watery Additional symptoms can include stomach pain unusual bleeding and lack of appetite What part of the world is experiencing the Ebola outbreak The current outbreak is occurring in four countries in western Africa Guinea Liberia Sierra Leone and Nigeria Who is at greatest risk for this disease The risk for the introduction of this virus into the United States is low According to the CDC Ebola does not pose a significant risk to the U S public People who have been in direct contact with the body fluids of people with Ebola are at greatest risk Others at risk would be those who provided care for people ill with Ebola or were in direct contact with the bodies of persons who died from Ebola usually during funeral practices Members of the households of persons with Ebola are considered to be at low risk unless they have engaged in one of the high risk activities Is there a cure for Ebola No there is no known cure for Ebola Early supportive treatment may help improve outcomes I recently traveled from one of the affected countries what should I do Notify your student health center of your recent arrival in the United States contact information below They will instruct you to visit the student health center once or twice a day for a fever check through the 21st day after your last exposure or from your departure from an affected country Once 21 days have passed you will not develop Ebola If you develop a fever as indicated below or have ANY other symptoms of illness within the 21 days seek care immediately Those students presenting symptoms will be transported to a local hospital by an emergency medical transport service If symptoms present outside of clinic hours inform a campus employee via phone your RA for example if possible dial 911 and make sure to inform them of your travel possible Ebola exposure Ear 100 4 degrees Fahrenheit or higher Mouth 99 5 degrees Fahrenheit or higher Forehead or Armpit 99 0 degrees Fahrenheit or higher NOTE If you have a fever but have not been to or had close contact with anyone who has been to Guinea Liberia Sierra Leone or Nigeria in the last 21 days do not call 911 Visit your student health center or other health care provider as you normally would when ill Can I travel to these countries Travel to these countries should be avoided if possible The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention have issued a level three travel warning for Guinea Liberia and Sierra Leone This means avoiding all non essential travel to these areas There is a level two travel alert for Nigeria advising travelers to take extra precautions while in that country Is it safe to be in the same dorm or apartment complex with individuals from affected countries Yes The risk for the general public in the United

    Original URL path: http://www.ndus.edu/students/ebola/ (2016-02-15)
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  • North Dakota University System: North Dakota University System : Economic Impact of the North Dakota University System
    past 12 years and now stands at an estimated 4 4 billion for Fiscal Year 2011 compared to 3 7 billion in FY 2009 according to the recent Economic Impact of the North Dakota University System report This is a result of 1 6 billion in student spending and NDUS expenditures coupled with secondary economic impacts The system employed more than 11 000 workers educated about 48 000 headcount students and the expenditures supported more than 11 000 secondary jobs The FY 2011 report was conducted by North Dakota State University s Department of Agribusiness and Applied Economics and is similar to other studies done in 1999 2004 2008 and 2009 Report authors Dean A Bangsund Randall C Coon and Nancy M Hodur used the North Dakota Input Output Model to estimate economic impact The authors concluded that the state s colleges and universities are able to leverage more than 2 30 from external sources for every dollar of state appropriated funds Much of those non appropriated funds come from outside sources and could be considered new money to the state The Nov 15 2012 University System news release provides a summary of the 2011 report findings Economic Impact of

    Original URL path: http://www.ndus.edu/system/economic-impact-of-the-north-dakota-university-system/ (2016-02-15)
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