Academic Support Services in the Library

A number of other student support services are housed in the Main Library.

Center for Writers

The Center for Writers provide free writing support to NDSU students—both undergraduate and graduate—faculty, and staff. They provide writers with assistance in one-on-one sessions, writing courses, workshops, grant-writing guidance, services for distance students, and a wealth of resources for writers and writing instructors.

Visit The Center for Writers website for hours and more information.

Disability Services

Mission Statement
The mission of NDSU Disability Services is to collaborate with the NDSU community to facilitate equal access in academic pursuits, promote self-advocacy, and foster inclusion for students with disabilities.

Contact Information
Phone: (701) 231-8463
Fax: (701) 231-8520
E-mail: ndsu.disability.services@ndsu.edu

Physical Address
Lower level of Main Library, Suite 17

Office Hours
Monday - Friday
8:00 am - 5:00 pm
7:30 am - 4:00 pm (Summer/Breaks)

Visit Disability Services for more information.

Graduate Learning Center

This is a medium sized room (capacity 12-15) reserved for graduate student use. The room can be reserved online. It has seating, tables, a white board and a projector can also be borrowed. Keys can be checked out at the circulation desk. Located on the main floor, Suite 118E

 
Math Emporium

Located on the lower level, the Math Emporium provides tutoring and practice for college algebra, trigonometry and pre-calculus. For additional questions or help, please contact the Department of Mathematics.

Ombudsperson

The Ombudsperson's office is located in the NDSU Library, Basement/Lower Level, in Room 20C. The Ombudsperson's mission is to meet with anyone who is experiencing challenges, and those who have questions about where to go and who to talk to about a variety of issues, as well as those who are interested in preventative or pro-active approaches to conflict. It is an informal resource to help you get clear about your situation and possible options. Meetings are private and informal and you will maintain control over your situation and your decisions.

The NDSU Ombudsperson provides the following services:

  • Consultation
  • Coaching
  • Mediation
  • Group Facilitation
  • Team Development
  • Workshops
  • Presentations