What is the average monthly apartment rental?
Approximately $440-680 for a one bedroom, or $480-1500 for a two bedroom
What is the average price of a house in Fargo?
Prices range from $87,300- $150,000.
What is the climate like in North Dakota?
Summer temps average range from 80/55 degrees F; Autumn temps average range from 70/45 degrees F; Winter temps average range from 18/0F; Spring temps average range from 67/43F.
Are your programs fully accredited?
All of our Residency Training Programs have received full accreditation.
Aren't the winters in Fargo extremely cold?
Sure the winters are cold, real cold, but... the summers, springs, and falls are beautiful.
What's the quality of life like in Fargo?
Quality of life is excellent and affordable. Fargo is one of the safest places to live and raise children in the U.S.
What's the job market like in Fargo?
Fargo has a thriving economy and job market. The city serves as a regional hub for medicine, culture, sports, entertainment, retail, business, finance, industry and agriculture. You'll find a wealth of jobs in medicine, education, finance/banking and one of the lowest unemployment rates in the country.
What about your programs? How does the compensation compare to other areas?
Our programs offer competitive salaries for residents, and the average commuting time is approximately 20 minutes.
What are the schools like in Fargo?
Fargo, Moorhead and the surrounding communities offer excellent public and private educational systems. In addition, Fargo-Moorhead is home to a private liberal arts college and two state universities.
Outside of classes, what can I and my family do for fun in Fargo?
Cultural opportunities in music, art and theater abound throughout the Fargo-Moorhead community. You'll also find a wealth of recreational opportunities (golf courses, bike paths, snowmobile trails, indoor sports facilities and more). Plus, Fargo-Moorhead is right on the doorstep of Minnesota's Land of 10,000 Lakes.