is the student information system where students can:
– the student system of the North Dakota University System – has gone mobile!
The mobile link is https://m.cnd.ndus.edu.
Students can use iPhones, iPads, Androids and most other mobile devices to view their class schedule, grades, advisor information, school bills and view financial aid status, to name a few.
You may have received an email regarding your assignment of a NDUS User ID (firstname.lastname). Before you use the NDUS User ID, you must 'claim' your account.
To find out if your NDUS User ID exists, or has been claimed, go to NDUS Claim Site
and selecting 'Have I claimed my Account'.
If your NDUS User ID hasn't been claimed, go to the NDUS Claim Site
and select 'Claim my Account'.
Keeping Your Contact Information Updated Log on to Campus Connection
In the left navigation menu, click: 'Campus Personal Information'
Click on the link to view/update your:
Names (Preferred and Legal)
Addresses (Home, Mail, Permanent, or Parent)
Students are responsible for keeping their information current. The legal name listed in Campus Connection is how your name will appear on your diploma or certificate. The home address will be used for almost all mailed correspondence.
Legal Name Changes
If you wish to change your legal name in Campus Connection, you must complete a Name Change Request Form (available in Student Services) and provide official documentation to the Registrar. After your legal name is changed in Campus Connection you may request your computer log in User ID and email address to be changed by contacting the Information Technology Services Office (Computer Help Desk).
Student Introduction to Campus Connection version 9 (YouTube)
This webinar provides an introduction to the updated Student Access feature of Campus Connection. This demonstration provides a comprehensive delivery of information useful to students.
Once you have completed your application for admissions your campus email account will be created. More information regarding Student Email.
In order to log into the computers on campus you will also need a campus computer account
(tab 4 Campus Computers)
The e-CHUG Survey
(electronic Check-Up to Go) is an interactive web survey that allows LRSC students to enter information about their drinking patterns and receive feedback about their use of alcohol. The assessment takes about 6-7 minutes to complete, is self-guided, and requires no face-to-face contact time with a counselor or administrator.
When you access the e-CHUG, you are prompted to enter information about yourself. In addition to demographic information, it will ask you to enter information about your drinking habits, family history, and to complete the World Health Organization AUDIT.
Enter your information and submit the form so it can be validated. processed, and calculated. Responses are compared to national and local college norms. Then, personalized feedback is displayed.
You will not be asked, at any time, to enter your name or any other identifying information.
All the information you enter is completely anonymous and will only be able to be viewed by you.
Information you provide will not affect your standing at this university.
You may be required to show proof of completing the survey if you are required to complete e-CHUG. However, even in these rare cases, officials will NOT have access to your answers that you input during the assessment section of e-CHUG. Take the e-CHUG survey