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Apply to NDSU

Learn more about the application process to become admitted to North Dakota State University.

Please note
If you would like to apply to NDSU and are unable to obtain required materials due to school closures or test cancelations, please contact NDSU at ndsu.apply@. We will make every effort to work with you to find temporary alternatives to complete your admission file.
If you are an international applicant, please contact NDSU.Intl.Admissions@ for more information.

 

Apply as an Undergraduate Student

Ready to apply? First-year, international, and transfer students will need to complete our online application. If you need more information about specific admissions criteria or supplemental materials, check under your applicant type below.

First-Year Students

Learn about the criteria your admission decision will be based on, what materials you need to submit, and the dates and deadlines for your application.

International Students

If you’re applying as first-year or transfer international student, or to enroll in the Intensive English Language Program, there are specific criteria, materials and deadlines you must meet.

Transfer Students

Find out about the criteria, materials and deadlines you must meet if you’re planning to transfer from another college or university.

Apply as a Graduate Student

Submit your application, supplementary materials and application fee.

Domestic or Permanent-Resident Application

Get information about the required materials for applying as a domestic or permanent-resident graduate student.

See requirements

International Application

Get information about the required materials for applying as an international graduate student.

See requirements

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Why I Chose NDSU

“Getting an education from a college that is accredited is so important when it comes to looking for full-time employment. NDSU provides a great education, but at a lower cost than a lot of other schools. This will allow me to pay off my student loans quickly once I’m a full-time engineer.”

Alexandria Hines, Electrical engineering
Centerville, Minnesota