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  • North Dakota University System: Students : Take Classes at Multiple Campuses
    Series Ebola Prevention Information NDUS Home Students Take Classes at Multiple Campuses Take Classes at Multiple Campuses Thanks to the University System s collaborative process once you are enrolled at one campus you can take classes from other University System campuses The collaborative process allows you to Take classes from more than one campus Choose classes that fit your schedule Work with one advisor Pay one application fee File one financial aid application Pay one bill Collaborative students may take classes Online Via the University System s Interactive Video Network In person at an off campus site Through other electronic delivery methods Via a combination of options Campus Contacts for Collaborative Students Greta Bradley 701 224 5711 Bismarck State College April Abrahamson 701 228 5487 Dakota College at Bottineau Nicky Kadrmas 701 224 5631 Dickinson State University Brittany Westphal 701 662 1512 or 800 443 1313 Ext 1512 Lake Region State College Mindy O Connor 701 788 4635 Mayville State University Jolina Miller 800 777 0750 Ext 3218 Minot State University Jennifer Sanchez 701 671 2205 or 800 342 4325 Ext 2205 North Dakota State College of Science Tracy Hill 701 231 7733 North Dakota State University Holly Doll 701

    Original URL path: http://www.ndus.edu/students/take-classes-at-multiple-campuses/ (2016-02-15)
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  • North Dakota University System: Students : Take Courses/Earn Degrees Online
    of classes and degrees entirely online 1 000 plus courses 37 certificate programs 51 associate degrees 41 bachelor s degrees 38 graduate degrees 17 graduate certificates To take classes coordinated through the North Dakota University System Online you must be enrolled at a University System institution If you apply for and are granted collaborative student status your home campus can combine credits earned at more than one institution for the

    Original URL path: http://www.ndus.edu/students/online-courses-degrees/ (2016-02-15)
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  • North Dakota University System: Policymakers : Topics in Higher Education
    Session Strategic Plan NDUS Home Policymakers Topics in Higher Education Topics in Higher Education The fact sheets presented here address a variety of issues in North Dakota higher education They were prepared by public affairs directors on University System campuses

    Original URL path: http://www.ndus.edu/makers/higher-ed-topics/ (2016-02-15)
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  • North Dakota University System: Business and Industry : TrainND Workforce Training
    campuses TrainND Northwest Williston State College TrainND Northeast Lake Region State College TrainND Southeast North Dakota State College of Science TrainND Southwest Bismarck State College TrainND staff members are committed to meeting employers training needs within their regions and as necessary work with their counterparts in other regions to meet those needs TrainND programs are designed to enhance or upgrade workers skills increase employee retention and productivity and boost competitiveness

    Original URL path: http://www.ndus.edu/industry/train-nd/ (2016-02-15)
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  • North Dakota University System: Students : Tuition and Fee Estimator
    Transfer within or to North Dakota Campuses Student 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 Tuition and Fee Estimator Tuition and Fee Estimator With the use of a web based tuition and fee estimator parents and students can make cost comparisons

    Original URL path: http://www.ndus.edu/students/tuition-and-fee-estimator/ (2016-02-15)
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  • North Dakota University System: Applying for College : University Admission Standards
    Standards Students who plan to attend a four year institution in the University System must successfully complete a core curriculum of high school courses Students who have not taken the required high school courses can become eligible for transfer to the state s four year institutions when they satisfactorily complete 24 credits at a two year college Required courses for university enrollment include 4 units of English including written and

    Original URL path: http://www.ndus.edu/students/choosing-applying-for-college/admissions-standards/ (2016-02-15)
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  • North Dakota University System: Military, Veterans & Families : VA Certifying Officials
    Veterans Families VA Certifying Officials VA Certifying Officials Certifying officials are campus representatives authorized to sign and submit forms to the U S Department of Veteran Affairs on behalf of veterans active duty servicemembers National Guard members and their dependents Certifying officials verify enrollment document changes in status and report circumstances affecting benefits Certifying Officials on University System Campuses Marlene Seaworth Bismarck State College April Abrahamson Dakota College at Bottineau

    Original URL path: http://www.ndus.edu/students/military-veterans-families/va-certifying-officials/ (2016-02-15)
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  • North Dakota University System: Students : What College Students Need to Know About Voting
    among the more important events coming up and something many students will want to put on their to do list There are two ways to vote by mail or in person and there are good reasons for each Voting Absentee By Mail Students may want to vote absentee because they have strong feelings about candidates or issues back home or simply prefer the convenience of voting by mail To do so simply complete an application to receive a ballot which will be sent by mail Absentee ballot applications are available online at vote nd gov Voting in Person Students also have good reasons to prefer voting in person such as supporting local candidates or issues or simply to have the experience of stepping into a voting booth to cast their vote While driving to their home voting precinct on Election Day is certainly an option for most students this will mean voting in the precinct they live in during the school year The main thing to remember is that voters need to reside in their precinct 30 days prior to Election Day and their ID needs to match up with that address Most students already have a current state issued driver s license or non driver s ID Tribal IDs are also acceptable if they show the current residential address Students voting in person in their college town have two options for their ID If the college address is temporary moving back home after the school year they need to get a Student Identification Certificate for voting This certificate verifies a dorm or apartment as the residence The Student ID Certificate is available by logging onto Campus Connection The Student Voting Information link provides everything needed A Student ID Certificate is necessary because unlike a student photo ID the Certificate

    Original URL path: http://www.ndus.edu/students/student-voting-information/ (2016-02-15)
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