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NDSCS begins 112th academic year on August 25

Posted on 8/20/2014

North Dakota State College of Science fall semester classes will begin Monday, August 25 at 4 p.m. for all Wahpeton, NDSCS-Fargo and Online students. Opening weekend events in Wahpeton will kick off on Saturday, August 23 when residence halls open for move-in at 10 a.m.

New student orientation, an annual event held to introduce students to campus, begins at 2 p.m. on Sunday, August 24. New students will be assigned to groups led by second-year Wildcat Welcome Team leaders, who will facilitate and accompany new students to various activities planned to acclimate them to student and academic life at NDSCS. Weekend activities are designed for both students and their families and include a BBQ lunch, root beer floats and music on The Oval, a picnic, double decker community bus tours, an outdoor movie on The Oval (The Amazing Spider-Man 2), brunch with the President, a photo booth and a street dance.

On Monday, August 25 students will get a chance to visit with area businesses during the business expo held on The Oval from 11 a.m.-2 p.m.

NDSCS-Fargo will hold new student orientation on Monday, August 25 beginning at 5 p.m. For more information about orientation, go to

Students who aren't registered for classes can still do so by stopping by the Enrollment Services Office, calling 701-671-2521 or visiting


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