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2 what s next for admitted transfer students Congratulations on your admission to NDSU. As you prepare to transfer, please make note of these important next steps. Completing the appropriate items will assist with a smooth transition to NDSU. For admission purposes, NDSU does not require a deposit or commitment by a specific deadline. 1
3 1. ELECTRONIC SERVICES To set up your Campus Connection, NDSU electronic ID NDSU , you will need your EMPL/student ID number, which was included in your admission letter. Visit click on Set up your as a new ndsu student. Campus Connection (ND University System account) This online system allows you to for, check tuition statements find out grades. NDSU electronic ID This ID is used to access Blackboard log on to NDSU computers. NDSU This is your official means of communication for university announcements. 2. HOUSING If you plan to live, you will need to complete a housing contract. Campus housing is honored on a first-come, first-served basis. Because on-campus housing is not guaranteed, transfer students are encouraged to apply early for best availability selection. Living is optional for students transferring at least one calendar year from the date of high school graduation. Details on housing options, the housing application process additional are available at 2 3
4 3. TRANSFER CREDIT Upon admission to NDSU, your transcripts are forwarded to the Office of Registration Records for official evaluation. You can anticipate your official transfer credit via approximately three to four weeks after admission. Transferring credits to NDSU In general, NDSU will accept the transfer of college-level course work earned from regionally accredited colleges or universities. Courses earned through non-regionally accredited institutions or remedial courses will not be accepted in transfer, although such courses may satisfy prerequisite requirements. The NDSU Office of Registration Records academic departments will determine how your transfer credits are applied toward your intended program. In general, transfer credits may satisfy a number of categories, including general requirements, major/program requirements or free electives. Transfer Credit Report This report is a side-by-side summary of NDSU equivalencies for your course work from other institutions. To your Transfer Credit Report: 1. Log on to Campus Connection 2. Click on My Academics under the Academics section 3. Click on View My Transfer Credit Report Explanation of transfer codes: Code Transfer 101 Transfer 102 Transfer 103 Transfer 1XX, 2XX, 3XX, 4XX BIOL 1XX, 2XX, 3XX, 4XX Transfer X00 ENGL DEV Definition syllabus needed Course description needed evaluation in progress by academic department Free elective (100, 200, 300 or 400-level) Departmental free elective (100, 200, 300 or 400-level) remedial, no credit awarded in transfer remedial, no credit awarded in transfer, not a pre-requisite for ENGL 110 ENGL X00 remedial, no credit awarded in transfer satisfies pre-requisite for ENGL 110 MATH DEV remedial, no credit awarded in transfer not a pre-requisite for MATH 102 Academic Requirements Report This report shows how your transfer credits have been applied toward your intended program of study how your previous course work satisfies requirements such as general, major/program requirements free electives. To your Academic Requirements Report: 1. Log on to Campus Connection 2. Click on My Academics under the Academics section 3. Click on View My Advisement Report 6 5
5 4. FINANCIAL AID You are encouraged to apply for assistance if additional funds are necessary to attend NDSU. Approximately 80 percent of NDSU students receive some type of federal, state or institutional funding in the form of grants, loans or work-study. To be considered for assistance, submit a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) by April 15 for fall (or at least eight weeks prior to the spring or summer term). Applications are available after Jan. 1 for the following academic year. Complete the form at NDSU s Institution Title IV Code is NOTE: If you have already submitted the fafsa, you may change your school code using the online form (www.fafsa.gov) or by calling SCHOLARSHIPS You are encouraged to apply for scholarships if you have earned a cumulative gradepoint average of 3.0 from each institution previously attended. Preference will be given to students who have earned 24 or more transferable semester credits. Please note, minimum qualifications do not automatically qualify students for scholarships as the applicant pool varies from year to year. The NDSU Transfer Award is available both spring fall semesters. The application deadline is Dec. 1 for transfer students beginning in the spring semester April 1 for students beginning in the fall semester. To apply for transfer scholarships, visit 6 7
6 6. CLASS REGISTRATION (academic advisement, registration time class registration options) View your academic adviser Each admitted student is assigned an academic adviser. To your academic adviser their contact, log on to Campus Connection. Your adviser will be listed on the right-h side of your Student Center. If an adviser is not yet assigned, or if Department Assigned is listed, it indicates that your specific adviser has not yet been assigned. You are encouraged to contact your academic department (www.ndsu.edu/phonebook/departmentaldirectory.pdf) to visit with an academic adviser. Frequently check your Campus Connection account for updates regarding your academic adviser assignment. View your registration appointment This is the specific date time you can begin ing for. Transfer students can at the same time as current NDSU students, registration times are based on the number of credits earned at the time of application. Registration usually begins in November for spring semester April for summer fall terms. Your registration appointment is listed under Enrollment Dates on the right-h side of your Student Center in Campus Connection. Class registration options Select the registration option below that best suits your needs. OPTION 1: Consult with an academic adviser in your academic department to discuss course selections for on your own using Campus Connection. Students can contact an adviser via , phone or a face-to-face meeting. Students can enroll in courses according to their registration appointment. OPTION 2: Attend an on-campus transfer orientation/drop-in registration session. These sessions, specifically designed for transfer students, are offered leading up to the start of each semester. To learn more about specific dates, schedules to sign up for a session, visit OPTION 3: A self-guided online orientation also has been developed to supplement registration options. Information on student, academic, student finances Campus Connection is available online. After activating your electronic ID password, go to https://bb.ndsu.nodak.edu, log in click on Online Orientation under My Courses. 10 9
7 7. CAMPUS SERVICES (student ID/Bison Card, parking permits, for students with disabilities) Student ID/Bison Card Present your official class schedule picture ID at the Bison Card Center in the Memorial Union to obtain your student ID card, called a Bison Card. This card can be used to make purchases at a variety of campus locations, gain access to the wellness center, check out books at the library, gain free metro-bus service attend athletic events. Students also can use their Bison Card for meals residence hall access. Parking permit A permit is required to park. Students living will receive about parking from the Department of Residence Life. Students living off campus can purchase permits from the Parking Office at You will need your user ID password for Campus Connection to purchase a parking permit. Textbooks Textbooks can be purchased in person at the NDSU Bookstore in the Memorial Union or online at Services for students with disabilities Assistance is provided to any student with a documented physical, psychological, sensory or learning disability. Disability Services fosters full participation of students with disabilities in all aspects of the college experience. To meet this goal, our staff works to optimize student access to al experiences campus facilities. For or to apply for, contact Disability Services, NDSU Dept. 5160, PO Box 6050, Fargo, ND or call Contact this office early to ensure are ready available when you begin. 8. APPLY FOR RECIPROCITY (Minnesota residents only) Minnesota residents attending NDSU receive a reduced tuition rate similar to North Dakota residents. To qualify for the reduced tuition rate, complete the application with the Minnesota Office of Higher Education. Forms are available beginning in the spring for the following academic year. The form should be completed online at prior to the first day of
8 9. OTHER IMPORTANT ITEMS ( transcripts, immunization records placement credit) Final transcripts If you are enrolled at another college or university, please have an official transcript sent to NDSU upon completion of your studies. This will complete your admission file to the university, where applicable, ensure that all course work will be evaluated for transfer credit. Failure to provide a transcript may impact future enrollment at NDSU. Immunization records The State Board of Higher Education requires students to demonstrate they are immune to measles, mumps rubella as a condition of enrollment. Submit this on the enclosed immunization form. In addition, tuberculosis (TB) screening is required of students at high risk for infection or disease. Students age 21 under who live must provide documentation of immunity against meningococcal disease. If you have questions, contact Student Health Services at Notify NDSU of any changes or updates If you have a change in name, address, phone number, major or semester you plan to enter NDSU, or if you no longer plan to attend NDSU, call the Office of Admission at or NDSU to update your record. Credit through placement exams (AP, CLEP, DSST or IB) If you earned college credit for Advanced Placement (AP), College Level Examination Program (CLEP), DSST, or International Baccalaureate (IB), official exam results must be sent to NDSU to receive credit. Information on how to order official copies of exam scores can be found at 13
9 office directory Bison Connection, payments, placement Memorial Union or Barry Hall or Career Center part-time jobs, internships, career placement Ceres Disability Services accommodations for students with disabilities Wallman Wellness Center Graduate School Putnam Hall Office of Admission campus visits, term or major changes, general questions Ceres or Student Success Programs orientation registration programs, tutoring West Dining Center, Lower Level Office of Registration Records transfer evaluations, degree requirements, adviser assignments Ceres or Residence Life residence campus apartments West Bison Court Student Financial Services Bison Connection, Memorial Union or Student Health Service immunizations, student health insurance options, medical Wallman Wellness Center TRIO Programs Ceres North Dakota State University does not discriminate on the basis of age, color, disability, gender expression/identity, genetic, marital status, national origin, public assistance status, race, religion, sex, sexual orientation or status as a U.S. veteran. Direct inquiries to the Vice President for Equity, Diversity Global Outreach, 205 Old Main, (701) /7/14
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