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This resource guide describes the North Dakota University System and provides information about the programs and costs of higher education in the North Dakota system. An introduction describes the institutions in the system: two doctoral universities, one master's degree-granting university, three universities that offer bachelor's degrees and five two-year colleges that offer associate and trade/technical degrees. The second section of the report describes the leadership and organizational structure of the system, the State Board of Higher Education, and presents a campus directory. The third and fourth sections present highlights of system accomplishments, a summary of the 2005 NDUS legislative agenda, and a report by a recent roundtable on higher education in North Dakota. Section 5 describes student admission requirements and characteristics, including earnings of students who continue their education past high school, and characteristics of those who complete programs. Section 6, "Education Excellence-Faculty & Staff," describes the system's employees and the North Dakota Experimental Program to Stimulate Competitive Research (ND EPSCoR). Section 7, "Flexible and Responsive," discusses consortia, reciprocity, and exchange programs in which the university system participates. Section 8, "Access-General," provides detailed discussions of financial aid and student costs, dual credit, and various student loan and scholarship programs. Section 9, "Access-Technology," is a discussion of the university's technology infrastructure and networks and programs in which the system participates. Section 10, "Funding and Rewards," discusses the 2004-05 annual budget of the university system and describes facilities, staff and faculty salaries, fringe benefits, and the Long-Term Finance Plan and allocation model. Section 11, "Economic Development Connection," discusses graduation employment and retention and summarizes the workforce training system. The final section, Section12, "Sustaining the Vision," summarizes the State Board of Higher Education's (SBHE) Strategic Plan. This section also summarizes SBHE's Project Vital Link, which is to attract more high school students to North Dakota University System (NDUS) colleges and universities, and it lists the expectations and recommendations of the annual Roundtable on Higher Education. (An Index is included.)

Descriptors: Academic Degrees, Power Structure, Organizational Culture, Instructional Leadership, College Presidents, Higher Education, College Administration, Education Work Relationship, Experimental Programs, Competition, Economic Impact, Research, Outcomes of Education, Exchange Programs, Partnerships in Education, Student Costs, Student Financial Aid, Scholarships, Educational Technology, Technology Uses in Education, Rewards, Fringe Benefits, Budgets, Resource Allocation, Employees, Salaries, Economic Development, Labor Force Development, Strategic Planning

North Dakota University System. 600 East Boulevard Avenue Department 215, Bismarck, ND 58505-0230. Tel: 701-328-2960; Fax: 701-328-2961; e-mail: ndus.office[at]ndus.nodak.edu; Web site: http://www.ndus.nodak.edu









Autor: North Dakota University System

Fuente: https://eric.ed.gov/?q=a&ft=on&ff1=dtySince_1992&pg=5645&id=ED500740







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