News from the System Office

  • At its September meeting, the State Board of Higher Education drilled into policies, goals and emerging trends that will affect ongoing strategy and operations of the North Dakota University System. During a presentation to the Board, Mark Schill of

  • A North Dakota school district with ties to the State Board of Higher Education has been recognized as a National Blue Ribbon Award Winner. On September 26, 2019, U.S. Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos recognized 362 schools as National Blue Ribbon

  • Current members of the U.S. Armed Forces and its veterans can now receive credit for military training through the North Dakota University System and Tribal Colleges in the state. Although outreach to service members and veterans has been occurring f

  • The State Board of Higher Education and all of North Dakota University System’s 11 public colleges and universities have adopted free speech policies in response to recent state legislation. During the last legislative sessions, Senate Bill 2320 dire

  • Hall, a UND alumna, set to replace Cankdeska Cikana Community College President Cynthia Lindquist, who resigned to be part of the North Dakota Ethics Commission Kellie Hall, vice president and interim president of Turtle Mountain Community College, h

  • BISMARCK, N.D. – A new program called ND Career Builders is aimed at increasing workforce in high need and emerging occupations in the state. The program originates from House Bill 1171, passed by the 2019 legislature, and provides a skilled workforc

  • Updates on official website include descriptions for preferred candidates and qualifications The North Dakota University System (NDUS) announced Tuesday that it has released important new information about the search for the next permanent president

  • North Dakota University System’s Core Technology Services was recently named as the recipient of a national award by Blackboard Inc., a leading education technology company for teaching, learning and student engagement. Core Technology Services handl

  • Workforce, workforce and workforce. That was the overarching theme when the State Board of Higher Education met for its annual strategic retreat this week. Among workforce-related topics were a presentation from the Oil and Gas Industry, presidential

  • “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

  • 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 rel

  • Core Technology Services (CTS) was recently notified by Blackboard that the North Dakota University System will receive the 2019 Blackboard Catalyst Award for Leading Change. The award recognizes the multi-year effort to migrate all 11 institutions o