College BoUND Newsletter

Informational newsletter from the UND Office of Admissions

Watch for your student’s New Hawk Pack

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The University of North Dakota looks forward to welcoming you and your student to our family this fall! You may have received your student’s New Hawk Pack already. It’s filled with exciting surprises to welcome your student to campus. Make sure to have your student snap a pic for social media. They can show their excitement […]

Higher education is even more valuable now

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This year’s worldwide pandemic certainly has thrown the U.S. economy for a loop. And one way your student can position themselves during these uncertain times is to earn at least a bachelor’s degree. Unemployment rates are drastically higher for those with less education. In some instances, those with a bachelor’s degree or higher have unemployment […]

UND’s smart restart plan

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Your student will be welcomed in August to a campus that will look different than usual. What won’t change is UND’s commitment to our students. Though the coronavirus pandemic may change how classes meet and dining centers operate, UND will always be a community which focuses on learning and discovery. We are committed to on-campus […]

Get ready to register for fall 2020

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Does your student still need to register for their fall 2020 classes? All they need to do is complete the three easy steps (two steps if they’ve already paid the confirmation deposit) below to get enrolled in classes and successfully start at UND in the fall. Make sure they complete these steps before June 30. Pay the $200 […]

Concerned about financing your student’s education?

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There’s still time for your student to fill out their Free Application for Federal Student Aid for the 2020-21 academic year, if they haven’t already. It’s easy to complete. Just go to studentaid.gov and use 2018 taxes to fill out the form. When filing, be sure to use UND code 003005 so we receive your information. The benefits of being fast […]

Week two letter from President Andy Armacost

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Week two. As I type this letter, I have a range of emotions: excitement for becoming part of the UND community, outrage over yet another national example of an injustice for a member of the Black community, concern about the state of race relations on campus, and hope for a stronger future for UND and […]

Special message from UND presidents

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Spring is finally here in the Red River Valley, and we’re excited to be looking ahead to fall. We’re eager to share that the University of North Dakota will be open and operational in the fall, with a comprehensive mix of on-campus and online learning opportunities to support your student’s successful progress toward a UND […]

UND residence halls get private bedrooms!

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Is your student coming to UND to make friends and build connections? Have concerns about COVID-19 but still looking for that traditional on-campus college experience? Great news! UND will be open in the fall and offering an on-campus experience that supports your student’s success and the health and well-being of our community. Your student will […]

Student finance teams are here to answer your questions

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The UND One-Stop and Student Finance teams are here to support you and your student by walking you through the financial aid process and answering all of your financing questions. Sign up for one of our Student Financial Success Learning Sessions, where UND experts will guide you and your student through a checklist for success […]

Money-saving student program nears $11 million mark

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The University of North Dakota strives to make your student’s education affordable. One way we do this is providing open educational resources such as open-source textbooks and other learning materials and teaching aids that can be easily accessed and distributed. “Every September, I talk to students who didn’t realize how much their textbooks were going […]