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“We have to become masters of change, or become victims of change.” Those were the opening words of outgoing Board Chairman Don Morton during the State Board of Higher Education’s annual retreat. The topics that followed helped follow-up on the tone and hopefulness of that message...

North Dakota State University has proven its commitment to creating sustainable and meaningful benefit for military spouses. Military Friendlyhas included NDSU in its recently-released 2019-2020 Military Spouse Friendly Schoolslist. The list is a reliable resource for military spouses, and has set a standard for higher education institutions to provide...

The following is a roundup of news on North Dakota University System's 11 public colleges and universities for the week ending Friday, May 10.   Bismarck State College BSC to celebrate 79th commencement ceremony BSC ranked with Yale, Stanford on veteran student spending and success BSC students win, place in...

The longest-serving staffer of North Dakota University System office has been named as the new Chief of Staff. Terry Meyer was named to the position effective May 1. Meyer has served the system office for nearly four decades, most recently as the Deputy Chief of Staff...

The following is a roundup of news on North Dakota University System's 11 public colleges and universities for the week ending Friday, April 26.   Bismarck State College Designers battle it out on stage for creative supremacy Open house for BSC juried student show set for April 25   Dakota College...