College BoUND Newsletter

Informational newsletter from the UND Office of Admissions

Admitted Student Day: A sneak peek at college life

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Up until now, your high school student hasn’t had to think too hard about where they’ll eat, sleep, study or chill with friends for a night of popcorn and Netflix. More times than not, the answer was right at home. That was pretty easy, but figuring out where home is going to be for the […]

It’s not too late to apply for financial aid

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If your student missed the February 1 priority deadline for filing the Free Application for Federal Student Aid, it’s not too late to jump on it today. The FAFSA is the magical online form that sets the foundation for determining a number of state, federal and institutional monetary awards. All a student must do to […]

Students take fast track to master’s degree

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College graduates who dream of landing a high-level job at premium pay straight out of school can increase their chances by putting an extra “M” (for master’s) on their resume. Of course, they have to earn it first. They can do just that — while also saving time and money — if they choose to […]

Are you ready for UND Orientation?

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Things are about to get real — and real quick. Reservations for New Student Orientation open at 9 a.m. (CST) Jan. 26 for all students enrolled in summer or fall 2019. Orientation is the day between June 10 and July 18 when most students and their parents/guests get their first taste of modern life on […]

On our Honors: Program puts students in demand

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Smart and motivated. That might just sum up some of the most recent UND freshman classes. The very latest group of 1,835 students racked up an average ACT score of 23.9. That makes us smile! With so many high achievers joining the UND family, now is the perfect time to tell you about our enhanced Honors Program — […]

Earn college credits now to beat the fall crunch

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If your high school senior has a “free hour” this spring, he or she might want to crack the college books instead. With UND’s Self-Paced Enroll Anytime courses, students can enroll in classes and earn college credit for their general electives before they even leave home. Courses are 100% online, allowing students to complete coursework […]

High achievers get early shot at nursing program

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Nurses are in high demand nationwide and so are spots in the University of North Dakota’s competitive nursing program. And now UND is giving high-achieving high school seniors a shot at early admission. Generally, pre-nursing students cannot apply to the Bachelor of Science in Nursing Program until after completing three semesters of prerequisite courses. But now […]

Congratulations to you and your student!

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One minute you’re playing Chutes and Ladders with your pig-tailed Jane or rough-and-tumble Jim. The next, they somehow land on a ladder and shoot ahead 12 years. No one knows how it happens so fast, but it always does. And that day is now here for YOU! Congratulations to you and your student on their […]

Be first for scholarships, choice of housing, classes

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The early Fighting Hawk catches more than just worms. Students who take care of their University of North Dakota business now — rather than even a month or two later — have the best chance to catch scholarships and their first choice of housing and courses for fall 2019. Students who haven’t already done so should […]

UND named 12th ‘most safe’ campus

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UND has been named the 12th ‘most safe’ campus in the nation by Safe Campus, which recently released its list of the top 25 college and university departments for accomplishments in improving university campus safety. “Each department on the list has shown outstanding dedication to the improvement of campus and student safety at their institution,” Safe […]