News from the System Office

  • North Dakota Chief Information Security Officer Kevin Ford  and NDUS Vice Chancellor of Information Technology Darin King announced today that NDIT Cybersecurity Operations Center (CyOC) and North Dakota University Systems’ technology team Core Techn

  • We are extremely impressed with our students, faculty and staff and how they have approached the start of the fall semester. Testing, face coverings, plexiglass shields, and social distancing are just some of the safe practices in place at all of our

  • The State Board of Higher Education met again recently for its usual monthly meeting to focus on managing the spread of the novel coronavirus 2019 (COVID-19), among other updates. Chairman Nick Hacker said it was important for the North Dakota Univer

  • The North Dakota University System (NDUS) has pulled together a list of public-facing web pages from each of the 11 public colleges and universities that offer public insight into how the novel coronavirus 2019 (COVID-19) is impacting the state’s pub

  • Three Valley City State University professors were among the presenters for the recent Bb World conference, which focused on the digital platform and its many applications. The presentation, titled “Universal Access: It’s the Right Thing To Do, But W

  • A special meeting of the State Board of Higher Education (SBHE) focused mainly on the North Dakota University System (NDUS) Smart Restart, but also delved into other territory related to Title IX policies and strategic planning. Dr. Joshua Wynne, dea

  • The North Dakota University System has named Jerry Rostad as interim vice chancellor for strategy and strategic engagement. Rostad has taken on responsibilities as the system’s top strategic officer as of July 1, 2020. Prior to this interim appointme

  • Among the larger items covered by the State Board of Higher Education at its annual meeting were discussion and approval of its 2021-2023 budget and its five-year strategic plan. The proposed budget had been finely tuned following Gov. Burgum’s recom

  • BISMARCK, N.D. –The State Board of Higher Education today addressed what could be seen as limitations to access higher education in favor of helping students more readily access higher education. In an effort to ease acceptance into the higher educat

  • Eleven North Dakota community college students have been named to the 2020 All-North Dakota Academic Team, which recognizes the academic achievements of community college students. Members of the team and the colleges they attend are as follows: Alie

  • The North Dakota University System has released its annual affordability report, which focuses on key factors tied to educational access and affordability in the state. Among other findings, the report notes that 2019-20 tuition and mandatory fee rat

  • Webinar series will be available Wednesdays from June 17 through July 22   The novel coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic blindsided the academic world while at the same time spurring some creative applications of teaching technologies. Faculty and s