Do you have a family member, friend or neighbor who should check out the University of North Dakota? Tell the Office of Admissions so we can send them more information about becoming a future UND student. Unfortunately, Admissions doesn’t know about […]
The University Senate will meet Thursday, May 7, at 3:30 p.m. in Education, Room 113. Agenda items for this meeting are due in the Office of the Registrar by noon Thursday, April 21. They may be submitted electronically to: firstname.lastname@example.org or […]
The amount of news coverage and impact surrounding the coronavirus has continued to create an opportunity for cybercriminals to take advantage of individuals in the form of phishing attacks, email scams, and hijacking videoconferences. Looking to exploit the public’s fears, as […]
Following a recommendation by the University Senate Executive Committee, Academic Deans, Student Senate, Office of the Registrar, Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs, and with approval by UND President Joshua Wynne, for this semester only, undergraduate students may request […]
In our continued efforts to support students during this unprecedented time, UND One-Stop Student Services will temporarily adjust the way past due charges are managed. • No late fees will be charged for the month of April. • Registration Holds for past […]
Earlier this week, UND administrators made the difficult decision to cancel the UND Orientation Days in July along with other summer events on campus in light of guidance from the Centers for Disease Control & Prevention and the North Dakota […]
The Provost Forum, which was set for April 8, has been canceled.
Good Friday, April 10, will be observed as a holiday by the University. Only those employees designated by their supervisor are required to work on a holiday.
Even though most faculty and staff, except for essential employees, are working remotely, we encourage you to be aware of energy use. While we are away from our desks, our computers and ancillary equipment should be shut off to conserve energy. […]
Even though most of campus is practicing physical distancing and working and studying remotely, we have noted people driving on campus sidewalks and off roadways. The ground is beginning to thaw, and driving on grass and straddling sidewalks are forming ruts. […]
The news coverage and impact surrounding the coronavirus has continued to create an opportunity for cybercriminals to take advantage of individuals in the form of phishing attacks, email scams, and hijacking videoconferences. In an effort to exploit the public’s fears, as […]
The UND Center for Innovation is pleased to announce that Grant Adkins will begin work on April 1 as the new tech transfer and licensing associate at UND. Grant brings experience as a patent examiner with the U.S. Patent Office in […]