College BoUND Newsletter

Informational newsletter from the UND Office of Admissions

UND says hello to all with Common App

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Dear world: Hello! It’s nice to meet you. We’re the University of North Dakota! We may not need any formal introductions in Hillsboro, Crosby or Hettinger, N.D., but it’s only right we let everyone in South Carolina, Texas and Oregon know who we are. The same goes for Alabama, Alaska, Arizona, Arkansas and … you […]

Director’s Corner welcome

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Greetings! Excitement is in the air as thousands of students populate our campus once again with laughter and unbridled enthusiasm. It’s going to be another great year! Today, you can read about how this year’s fall class is breaking new enrollment records in diversity and college preparedness. Work is winding down on improvements to University […]

Say goodbye to high school, hello to UND campus life!

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The official first day of summer wasn’t a week old before the back-to-school supplies started hitting the store shelves in late June. (Insert grumpy face here.) Not ready? No worries. Unless your son or daughter is real particular about getting the neon-green, fuzzy, zippered pencil keeper, they still have some time to prepare. And the […]

Finnie can come. Fido needs to stay at home.

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No doubt if you’ve already connected with your roommate, you’ve talked about what you plan to pack for your new space. If not, that’s something you’ll want to do in the coming weeks. There’s no sense — and NO ROOM — for two large-screen TVs. Right? Parents and students, please check out this list for […]

Four-year graduation rate makes a huge leap

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UND’s One Strategic Plan has made a significant impact on the number of students graduating on time, or, in four years. Streamlined graduation requirements (without compromising quality), as well as efforts to implement degree mapping and add a new student success system — with a team of academic core advisors — have led to a […]

Leader in action finds perfect mix of science, humanity

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Madison Wahlen, Public Health Education/Pre-Med, ’19, seeks humanity in academics and in her daily life. The Rochester, Minn., native is driven to serve others, and that’s what brought her to the University of North Dakota. “I like science, but it wasn’t something that I felt really passionate about,” Wahlen said. “It didn’t have that human […]

Take me out to the (UND/Twins) ballgame!

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Baseball, helmet nachos, red-white-and-blue — AND GREEN! It’s time to get the whole family out for some good old-fashioned fun with UND Night at Target Field. The Minnesota Twins will play the Oakland Athletics at 7:10 p.m. July 18. The Alerus-sponsored event and special package includes a game ticket, plus an exclusive co-themed UND/Twins baseball […]

Summer construction kicks it into high gear on UND campus

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If you’re planning to come to Orientation or make another campus visit this summer, you may want to give yourself a little extra time to get around. The construction season is in high gear, and UND’s Director of Construction Management Brian Larson says not since the 1920s and again after World War II has the […]

Send latest scores for best scholarship shot

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There’s no better time than NOW to let the University of North Dakota know your student’s GPA and highest ACT or SAT score. He or she already may have earned an automatic scholarship, but they could be eligible for even more! That’s because UND uses the top score from each section of either the ACT […]

Stay on track, confirm your UND enrollment

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Oops! You might have just missed the priority deadline on May 1, but it’s certainly not too late to keep your future on track by confirming your University of North Dakota enrollment. Pay your $200 nonrefundable deposit ASAP, and you’ll still be in good shape to sign up for Orientation, get your housing assignment and […]