North Dakota State University (Fargo, north dakota)
NDSU also offers the Intensive English Language Program (IELP) each fall, spring, and summer term to students who have completed a minimum of secondary school and wish to pursue higher education or improve English proficiency. Features of the IELP include: native English- speaking instructors, individual classroom instruction, and one- on-one tutoring program, access to all university activities and facilities, and option for conditional admission to an academic program.
NDSU is proud to offer over 15 cultural associations, 300 student organizations, individual academic advising and tutoring, career planning services, and a fitness center for all students as well. Global outreach (go) Ambassadors— current NDSU international and U.S. students—are also available to answer any non-admission related questions for prospective and current International Students. Ambassadors share their experiences at NDSU online through travel journals and live video chats about activities and organizations, campus life and briefing how hard is to adjust to life in the U.S. and American culture and traditions.
NDSU is located in Fargo, North Dakota—a community of approximately 200,000 people. The community is a regional hub for arts, culture and recreation. Fargo combines the amenities of an urban area—a vibrant multicultural atmosphere, thriving arts community, numerous sporting events and concerts, many places to visit and shop—with the benefits of a small town—low crime and family-friendly neighborhoods.