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North Dakota State University School of Nursing
1301 University Dr S
Fargo, ND 58103 (Map)
- NLNAC Accreditation
- CCNE Accreditation
- Online Program
Course requirements for applicants:
Biol. 220L - Anatomy & Physiology and Lab
Biol. 221/221L - Anatomy & Physiology II and Lab
Chem. 260 - Elements of Biochemistry
Psyc. 250 -Developmental Psychology or HDFS 230 -Life Span Development
Experience required for residency/new grad programs:
Financial aid typically is awarded on the basis of financial need. The Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) must be completed by all students requesting aid from NDSU. The information provided on the FAFSA is used to estimate the amount of funds your family is expected to contribute toward the cost of attending NDSU. Financial aid can take the form of: Grants Loans Work Study Scholarships Scholarships recognize outstanding high school or college academic achievement. Awards range in dollar amounts and renewability. A limited number of academic departments award scholarships. Scholarship applications for new freshmen and transfer students are available from the Office of Admission. Part-time Work The NDSU Career Center operates a free job listing service that provides information about jobs on and off campus. You do not need to qualify for financial assistance to use this service.
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