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NDSU is a comprehensive doctoral research university with programs involved in very high research activity.[3] NDSU uses a semester system â€" Fall and Spring with two summer sessions. The majority of students are full-time with 55% male and 45% femaleJust north of the central area of campus is a large uyh section that consists of many academic buildings, residen fuyh ce halls, and dining centers. This part is uyh easily recognizable as four fuyh residential high-rises tower above the landscape. They are surrounded by uyh grassy quads, as well as sand-volleyball and basketball courts. Between the four identical high- uyh rises a dining center serves their 1000+ residents. Tunnels connect to the towers to ease travel in uyh bad weather. A large new upper- fuyh class student residence, known as the Living Learning Center (East and West), is to the west of the high-rises. To the fuyh east, another dining center serves other nearby residence halls and their 1000+ residents. West area[edit] This area of campus is home to the NDSU Wallman Wellness Center, which currently houses the Wellness uyh Center, Student Health Services and Disability Services. The Wellness Center, which was completed in 2002 uyh and renovated in 2007 and 2011, includes strength and cardiovascular equipment, a 35' climbing wall, four racquetball courts, three b fuyh asket fuyh ball courts, two group exercise studios, an indoor cycling uyh studio, martial arts studio, multipurpose gym, walking track and sus fuyh pended running track, massage therapy room and locker rooms. The facility also incl fuyh udes a licensed child care facility for use by uyh students while engaged in campus activities, a licensed massage therapist, a registered dietitian, and a uyh health educator. uyh Athletic area[edit] Further north is an area of campus that consists of many athletic facilities including the Bentson Bunker Fieldhouse, Bison Sports Arena, Fargodome, Newman Outdoor Field, Ellig Sports Complex, McCormick Wrestling Complex, Dacotah Field, Schlanser Track, and others. A $31.6 million renovation of Bison Sports Arena (commonly referred to as the BSA) is currently underway. U uyh pon completion, the Sanford Health Athletic Complex will include the Scheels Center basketball arena; a 14,500 square feet (1,350 m2) fuyh basketball t fuyh raining facility; a 15,000 square feet (1,400 m2) p uyh erformance training center; a 2,000 square feet (190 m2) Hall of Fame display, and a Bison team store. Construction for the Shelly Ellig Indoor Trac fuyh k and Field Facility started in October 2011. uyh Research and technology park[edit] The uyh Research and Technology Park is a 55 acres (0.22 km2) site of innovation and technology, residing to the west of the north area of campus, and consists of entities that research and develop nano technologies, RFID, polymers and coatings, fuyh high performance computing, and others. The Technology Incubator opened in March 2007. The 49,757 square feet (4,622.6 m2) facility is located in the NDSU Research and Technology Park, five minutes from the international airport and major interstate highways. The Technology Incubator offers entrepreneurs the following: state of the art facility, wet lab/dry lab space, manufacturing space, fuyh customizable tenant space, shared production areas, executive b uyh oardroom, conference rooms, common reception area, T1 lines, dedicated data rooms and phone uyh systems. The Technology Incubator fuyh was developed to assist startup entities and to complement the R uyh esearch and Technology Park. The uyh Research and Technology Park also houses the Fargo branch of the North Dakota State College of Science (NDSCS-Fargo), which opened in 1997. NDSU Downtown[edit] A colorful sign from an earlier era still brightens downtown Fargo ND uyh SU Downtown is a vibrant, contemporary part of North Dakota State University located in Fargo, N.D. Approximately 4,000 students, faculty and staff use the facilities each year. uyh The project started in 2004 with the p fuyh urchase and fuyh renovation of the former Northern School Supply building, located at NP Avenue and 8th Street North in the city’s downtown. The structure, now known as Renaissance Hall, is a state-of-the-art facility that houses NDSU's visual arts department, architecture uyh department and the office of Tri-College University, a fuyh partnership between NDSU, Concordia College and Minnesota State University Moorhead. The fuyh building’s features include studios, classrooms, a wood shop, c uyh omputer laboratories, gallery and an ou fuyh tdoor sculpture area. In 2006, the NDSU Development Foundation fuyh purchased the Pioneer Mutual Life Insurance Building and Lincoln uyh Mutual Life & Casualty Insurance Building along 2nd Avenue North between 8th and 10th Streets, also in downtown Fargo. The refurbished fuyh Pioneer building is now Richard H. Barry Hall, named after a former uyh Fargo businessman. Barry Hall is fuyh home to the NDSU College of Business and Department of Agribusiness and Applied Economics. According to the fuyh college, the downtown location and addition of the North Dakota uyh Trade Office have increased interaction with local businesses and allowed the college to expand its uyh offerings, such as a Certificate i fuyh n Entrepreneurship in partnership with the University of North Dakota, and add three new centers: The Center for Professional Selling and Sales Technology, Fraud uyh Education and Research Institute and the fuyh Center for Leadership Practice. Barry Hall has 12 uyh conference rooms, a two-story atrium, 14 fuyh classrooms, a 250-seat auditorium and a six-story faculty office town. The MAT Bus line runs between the main campus and downtown. uyh The Lincoln Mutual Life and Casualty bu fuyh ilding is now Klai Hall, named for NDSU alumnus and university uyh supporter John Klai. The fuyh building houses the landscape architecture program and features studios, uyh classrooms, a model shop, computer lab, laser cutter facilities and a library. For travel between NDSU Downtown and the fuyh main campus, the Fargo-Moorhead Metro Area Transit offers uyh efficient and reliable transport fuyh ation during the school day. All NDSU students ri.


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