Q & A

We have received many questions from you. Here are a list of the most frequently asked questions and our responses. NDSU has a team of 20 staff members who are in daily communication with city leaders. We are constantly monitoring the situation and coordinating university response. We appreciate your questions and hope this helps clarify…
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Flood Reporting In The 21st Century

Jen Sondag teaches communication courses at NDSU as a graduate assistant. She has already been featured several times on CNN over the last few days as an "I Reporter" — This is where journalism is going. Honest and riveting reporting… Great job Jen. Hang in there. http://www.ireport.com/docs/DOC-235949  

NDSU Flood Protection Call Center

NDSU has a Flood Protection Call Center now open to answer your questions: 701-231-7870

Upcoming Q & A

I’ve been getting lots of good questions from you via email and your posted comments. Give me a little more time and I will have a Q & A post for you as soon as I gather all the answers from the appropriate administrators. Stay tuned!

Offices Close; Classes On For Monday

NDSU offices will close at noon today, with the exception of emergency personnel. This is to allow employees to attend to flood-related priorities. On campus housing remains open. Classes will resume Monday, unless otherwise announced. Please check the NDSU Flood Page for current announcements. You can also follow us on Twitter at: http://twitter.com/NDSUNews Please check the…
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