Your students can beat the spring rush. Encourage seniors to self-report their current high school transcripts, GPA and ACT/SAT scores for a quicker admission decision from the University of North Dakota.
Why wait when they can find out sooner whether they’re IN and the winner of an automatic academic scholarship (up to $12,000)? Here’s how it works:
- UND can make a preliminary admission offer to students who meet admission guidelines (and yes, even if they have yet to complete all of the required core courses). Students will be asked to confirm their academic stats by providing an official transcript and test scores after graduation.
- If students don’t meet UND’s admission guidelines, they’re still encouraged to self-report because we’ll consider their admission if there’s evidence in their academic record that shows a high probability of success.
- Students should send their stats here: UND Office of Admissions, 3501 University Ave Stop 8357, Grand Forks ND 58202-8357.
Students who do a little bit of homework now could be rewarded with an acceptance letter sooner rather than later. Now that’s a great way to start out the new year!