Wednesday, September 10, 2014

College Game Day

College Game Day is coming to Fargo! There will be several events happening downtown and at NDSU to help students get ready for the big game!

Friday, Sept 12, 8:00pm: Yell practice at Bunker Field- warm up your vocal chords as you prepare to cheer on the Bison!

Saturday, Sept. 13, 8:00-11:00am: College Game Day airing live at downtown Fargo. Show your school spirit by wearing NDSU colors, and don't miss your chance to be on TV! Don't worry about parking, shuttles will be running all day.

Let's go Bison!

Monday, September 8, 2014

How do I pay my rent and when is it due?

Rent is due within the first 10 days of every month.  Rent can be paid at Bison Connection located in the Memorial Union or online.
1. To make a payment log into your Campus Connection account using your dotted identifier (firstname.lastname)
·         Navigate to the online payment software using one of the following pathways:
-Student Center>Pay Online Now (Under Finances>My Account)
-Main Menu>Pay Charges Online
Note: It may take up to a minute to connect to your account in TouchNet
If you have attended more than one school in the North Dakota University System you may need to select North Dakota State University.
2. Select the Make a Payment button on the My Account screen or go to the Payments tab at the top left and then select Account Payment.
·         There are four different payment options available:
·         Current account balance - applies the payment to charges using a predetermined system priority
·         Amount due - applies the payment to charges that are currently due
·         Term balance - applies the payment to charges based on the selected term
·         Pay by line item - applies a payment towards a particular charge (note: Only NDSU Rent, Rent Late Fees and International Health Insurance Charges can be paid using this method)
3. Enter the payment amount in the box and select the Continue button.
4. Select your desired payment method:
·         Electronic Check: enter the bank account and routing number for the account you wish to use for your payment.
·         You have the option to save your bank information as a payment method for future payments.
·         Access the Profile Settings under the My Profile tab to review, edit and delete saved payment methods.
·         Credit Card: NDSU is able to accept American Express, Discover, VISA and MasterCard.
·         Credit card (and debit card) transactions are assessed a non-refundable service fee of 2.75% of the total charges (minimum charge of $3.00).  This fee is assessed and collected by the card processor not the University.  There is no fee for Electronic Check transactions.
5. Select the Continue button
·         The next screen will confirm your payment information
6. Select the "I agree to the above terms and conditions." statement to agree.
7. Select the Submit Payment button.
·         Your payment receipt will be displayed.

·         Your student account will automatically be updated with your payment.

Sunday, August 24, 2014

Back to School


Welcome to start of the 2014-2015 school year! We look forward to working with you and getting to know each one of you!

Where you live in the campus apartment housing will determine who your complex manager is. For a brief introduction to your complex manager check out our "Complex Manager" tab located at the top of this page.

Check out our blog throughout the semester for articles, information, and other resources that will make your stay in the apartments easier, better, and more fun! Also, find us on Facebook by clicking this link:

We hope you have a fabulous Fall semester!


Your Complex Managers

Wednesday, August 6, 2014

Annual Apartment BBQ

Hello Apartment Tenants!

On Wednesday, August 13th we will be hosting our Annual BBQ in the Niskanen Community Center. There will be free food, games and fun! The barbeque starts at 6pm. We hope to see you there!

The Complex Manager Team

Sunday, July 13, 2014

Ramadan (Islam)

This message relates to Ramadan (Islam) which is observed from June 28 through the evening of July 28, 2014.

Ramadan is observed on the ninth month of the Islamic Lunar calendar, when Muslims believe Allah revealed to Muhammad, through the angel Gabriel, the first verse of the Qur’an, the holy book of Islam. Muhammad continued to receive these revelations throughout the rest of his life.

During this sacred month of Ramadan, Muslims from around the world spend the daylight hours fasting.  Muslims use this time for inner reflection, devotion to God and self-control.  Fasting, the Fourth Pillar (obligation) of Islam serves many purposes: While they are hungry and thirsty, Muslims are reminded of the suffering of the poor. Fasting is also an opportunity to practice self-control and to cleanse the body and mind. And in this most sacred month, fasting helps Muslims feel the peace that comes from spiritual devotion as well as kinship with fellow believers.

Ramadan will end the evening of July 28th, commencing a joyous three day festival, “Eid al-Fitr.”  “Fitr” means “to break,” as Muslims end the fasting period with food and festivities.

*This information was drawn directly from a variety of sources:  

Additional information on religious holidays can be found at:

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Thank You.

Best Regards,

Eveadean M. Myers, J.D.
Vice President
Equity, Diversity, and Global Outreach
Title IX and ADA/504 Coordinator
Fulbright Scholar Japan 2013

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Fargo, ND 58108-6050
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Monday, June 16, 2014

New Restaurants in Fargo

Welcome to Summer 2014, where school’s out for summer, no more studying (at least for most of us), sitting in class, or worrying about what assignment is due next week.  Now, with all of this free time that we all have, it’s time to check out some of the new area restaurants that will be coming to town.  The first one on the list, Chipotle, is one of my favorite restaurants.

The best way that I can describe Chipotle is that it is very similar to a Qudoba.  If you have never been to a Qudoba before, well then I’m not sure how else to describe it.  Chipotle serves burritos, burrito bowls, crispy tacos, soft tacos, salads, and chips and guacamole, among others.  It is actually my mom’s favorite restaurant, and she would always take my family and I there whenever we were in St. Cloud, MN.

Chipotle will be located at the Prairie Stone Center 1680 45th St. S.  Other restaurants in the same area that are planning to open soon include: Uncle Maddio’s Pizza Joint, Potbelly Sandwich Shop, Classic Rock Coffee and Panda Express.  I have only heard of two of those restaurants before, both Potbelly Sandwhich Shop and Panda Express.  I’ve had Potbelly before, but I don’t really remember exactly what I had.  I believe they serve hot sandwhiches, and I may or may not have had a pulled pork sandwhich (yummm!).  Just about everyone should know Panda Express, seeing that this restaurant has been such a big hit at the Memorial Union.

Another restaurant that plans on opening up in South Fargo is Red Robin Gourmet Burgers and Brews.  It plans on constructing at 4159 17th Ave. S., in an area just west of the West Acres Cinema and east of Granite City.  I have never eaten there before, but I heard that it’s pretty tasty!

Last but not least, a new restaurant that has been open since this winter is Sweeto Burrito located in Downtown Fargo.  I have only eaten there once, but man was it delicious!  I ordered the bacon cheeseburger burrito, and yes, there were fries in my burrito, and yes, it did taste like a bacon cheeseburger.

Out of all of these restaurants, I believe Chipotle will be the biggest hit.  Maybe I will see you there!

Have a splendid summer!


By: Jasper Asplin

Time Management - Graduate Students

Summer has officially arrived! The weather has warmed up, the sun is out, and the pools are open! While it is tempting to lay outside all day soaking up the sun, for graduate students this is not always the best option. While there is plenty of time to enjoy some fun in the sum, time management is extremely important, especially in the summer. Below are 3 tips to help you manage your time effectively so you can be at your academic best when school starts again in the fall.
  • Read Peer Reviewed Articles. Summer is a great time catch up on the relevant literature in your field. Head to the library and find the most current issues of the big journals in your field. They make some great poolside reading.
  • Update your Curriculum Vitae. Use some down time to polish your curriculum vitae or resume. Head to the career center for advice on formatting (
  • Learn a New Statistic Technique. Use this summer to hone your SPSS skills, or teach yourself how to do a Poisson Regression. Learning something new will make you feel accomplished!
For other ideas on how to have a productive summer visit