Campus Tours

September 28, 2015

This month, Chancellor Mark Hagerott completed the last scheduled stops on his “Listen and Learn” tour at NDUS colleges and universities. During those visits he was able to tour Dakota College at Bottineau, Lake Region State College, Mayville State University, North Dakota State College of Science, North Dakota State University, University of North Dakota and Valley City State University.

At DCB, Hagerott listens to representatives from the student senate.

At DCB, Hagerott listens to representatives from the student senate.

Hagerott heard much on the nursing program at LRSC.

Hagerott heard much on the nursing program at LRSC.

Among the tour stops at MaSU was the physical plant facility.

Among the tour stops at MaSU was the physical plant facility.

At MiSU, the chancellor spoke to the Board of Regents on his vision for the system. There he heard about the Regents' support for the Grow ND program.

At MiSU, the chancellor spoke to the Board of Regents on his vision for the system. There he heard about the Regents’ support for the Grow ND program.

Hagerott, President John Richman and others participate in the ribbon-cutting at NDSCS' Old Main.

Hagerott, President John Richman and others participate in the ribbon-cutting at NDSCS’ Old Main.

President Dean Bresciani provided updates to Hagerott on NDSU's student programs.

President Dean Bresciani provided updates to Hagerott on NDSU’s student programs.

UND Randy Eken, left, explains the new UND School of Medicine & Health Sciences to Chancellor Mark Hagerott, middle, and UND Vice President for Health Affairs and Dean Joshua Wynne, right.

UND Randy Eken, left, explains the new UND School of Medicine & Health Sciences to Chancellor Mark Hagerott, middle, and UND Vice President for Health Affairs and Dean Joshua Wynne, right.

The chancellor heard from staff, students and faculty at all colleges and universities, including his visit above to VSCU.

The chancellor heard from staff, students and faculty at all colleges and universities, including his visit above to VSCU.