The North Dakota State College of Science will now offer summer classes at the NDSCS-Fargo, N.D., location beginning June 5, 2012. A complete summer 2012 class schedule is available at www.ndscs.edu/fargosummer which includes liberal arts courses in mathematics, history, communications, and social sciences, as well as college readiness courses in reading, writing and mathematics.
Registration for NDSCS-Fargo classes can be completed conveniently online at www.ndscs.edu/apply. New NDSCS students need to complete the Application for Admission and submit a one-time application fee of $35. Students must meet the NDSCS Entry-Level Requirements for course placement in English and mathematics classes. NDSCS has established a minimum ACT score and students may need a COMPASS test to better determine additional preparation that may be needed before taking college classes. Students needing the COMPASS tests can take them at the NDSCS - Fargo campus. Courses are also available this summer on the NDSCS-Fargo campus for students needing additional preparation in English and mathematics.
For details about college classes, COMPASS testing and college preparatory classes at NDSCS-Fargo, contact Dave Dougherty, Fargo Programs Coordinator at 701-231-6908.
NDSCS is a two-year, comprehensive college with a residential campus located in Wahpeton, N.D., and a commuter campus, referred to as NDSCS-Fargo, located in north Fargo, N.D. NDSCS offers degrees, certificates and diplomas in over 80 academic options in traditional career and technical studies as well as liberal arts. The College also offers a variety of distance education and online courses. Approximately 99 percent of graduates are employed or pursuing additional education.
Unlike most two-year colleges, NDSCS in Wahpeton boasts a university atmosphere with over 20 affiliated student clubs and organizations, music groups, theater productions, intercollegiate athletics, intramural athletics and numerous social activities.
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