Online Student Guide
How can I be a successful online learner? How is it different from taking on-campus courses? What should I be prepared for? Are you asking yourself these questions and more? Taking online courses can be different and the same in many ways. We have compiled some recommendations and tips to help guide you through the online learning environment.
- 5 Online Learning Tips for Student Success, Ohio State Online
- 10 Tips for Success in Online Courses, University of South Florida
- Tips for Taking Online Classes, Northeastern University
- Tips for Learning Online, Stanford
- New Semester Tips: How to Start Strong in Your Online Classes, Ohio State Online
- Test-Taking Tips for Students, NDSU knowledge base article
- 7 Tips for Taking Online Exams, Ohio State Online
- 16 Online Test-Taking Tips, University of Tulsa
- One-Stop - One Stop is a student-focused service center that provides information about your account, financial aid, scholarships, tuition, bill payments, class registration, and student records.
- Tutoring - Academic Collegiate Enhancement (ACE) Tutoring offers free support to currently enrolled NDSU students in a variety of courses and subjects.
- Writing Center - The Center for Writers (CFW) provides no-cost writing support to NDSU undergraduate and graduate students, faculty, and staff.
- Disability Services - NDSU is committed to ensuring equal access to its curricular and co-curricular opportunities for students with disabilities
- Career & Advising Services - The Career and Advising Center offers various ways to connect with us and receive services.
- Counseling - The NDSU Counseling Center provides a confidential setting in which students may explore concerns of a personal or academic nature; makes referrals; and serves as consultants for faculty and staff. Students in counseling can explore a variety of concerns that may prevent them from functioning at their optimum levels.
- International Center - The NDSU international Services provides services for advising prospective and enrolled undergraduate and graduate students, Study Abroad Fairs, Passport to Payday, and other informational seminars for students