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Sign Up for Orientation

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Now that your students are admitted, they can start the process to register for classes and get ready for their first semester at UND. The UND Orientation Program is a two-part process, including 1) virtual class registration and 2) on-campus Orientation Day. As soon as possible, make sure you complete the steps below: Confirm enrollment: Your students should […]

You can still apply for financial aid

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If students missed the Feb. 1 priority deadline for filling their Free Application for Federal Student Aid, it’s not too late. Students can still submit for aid. The FAFSA sets the foundation for determining a number of state, federal and institutional monetary awards. All students must do to submit is fill out the FAFSA and enter UND’s federal code 003005. […]

Reminder Register for Admitted Student Day

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Reminder! UND Admitted Student Day is coming up. Students can attend on March 15 or April 5. Admitted Student Day will give your students a chance to get a true taste of college life at the University of North Dakota. This day involves far more than a standard campus visit. Students get the chance to hear from UND professors, […]

Apply for Housing by March 1 priority deadline

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Reminder! The March 1 priority deadline for students to apply for UND housing is approaching. We encourage your students to apply for housing ASAP in order to get their top residence hall choices. UND’s new and renovated residence halls do their best to make students feel safe and at home. Lukas Metropoulos, a junior at UND and the community assistant with UND Housing […]

Benefits of ROTC

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Our Air Force and Army ROTC students at the University of North Dakota receive world-class leadership training and experience camaraderie that is second to none. Students can participate in ROTC without any obligation for the first two years. As a member of ROTC, your student is not in the military and will not be deployed while in school. They will […]