College of Science and Mathematics

Your gift to the College of Science and Mathematics makes a tremendous difference in the lives of students throughout the university.

 

With help from generous donors, we can support scholarship funds, allowing our students to focus on earning their degrees and moving into positions of leadership. Unrestricted gifts will support student participation in professional conferences, student competitions, guest lectures and other events that enhance student learning.  We can also support undergraduate research opportunities, upgrades in teaching technologies and equipment, professional development of faculty and other advancements that directly benefit students.

 

The College of Science and Mathematics provides a quality education for science and mathematics majors as well as a general education for all NDSU majors. With your support, we will continue to employ state-of-the-art teaching methods and technologies that are measurably improving the quality of student learning. Our graduates find success in many career paths including industry, government, K-12 education, non-government organizations and higher education.

 

Your gift today, will help us enhance our educational programs, our research capabilities and it will directly contribute to the long-term success of our students.

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Grant Henriksen College of Science and Mathematics Endowment Match
Grant Henrikson will match donations given to the College of Engineering $1:$1, up to $5,000.
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College of Science and Mathematics Match
An anonymous donor will match donations given to the College of Science and Mathematics $1:$1, up to $2,500.
$3,000
Armin and Juanita Clobes Chemistry Graduate Scholarship Challenge
25 gifts to the Chemistry Graduate Student Fellowship Fund will unlock $5,000 as part of the Armin and Juanita Clobes Chemistry Graduate Scholarship Challenge.
25 Gift Goal
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