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Best College: North Dakota State University

Location: Fargo

The North Dakota State University campus. Forum file photo
North Dakota State University has been named Best College in the 2022 Best of the Red River Valley competition.
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How does NDSU maintain its level of excellence?

"We take great pride in providing excellent academic and co-curricular experiences to prepare students for their futures,” Associate Vice President Laura McDaniel said. “We have a culture of caring about students and a commitment to following processes for continuous improvement to ensure we are equipping students with the knowledge and skills they need.”

What is the university doing to continue to attract students?

"Students are drawn to NDSU for our academic quality and for our array of programs, and we deliver meaningful experiences as our students progress through their chosen areas of study,” McDaniel said. “We work with industry groups, alumni advisory panels, labor market information and other stakeholders to match offerings with interests and workforce needs.”

  • Second place: Minnesota State University Moorhead
  • Third place: University of North Dakota
  • Fourth place: Concordia College
  • Fifth place: Minnesota State Community and Technical College (M State) Moorhead

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