College BoUND Newsletter

Informational newsletter from the UND Office of Admissions

To the parents of the Class of 2020

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You’ve worked so hard to get to this point. This is the time when you should be celebrating with friends and family while your child enjoys the last few moments of high school. I get it. I have three daughters and this isn’t how we thought we’d be closing out the school year. It’s supposed […]

One decision saves you $32,000

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What if one decision could save you $32,000? What if that decision was as simple as choosing to go to the University of North Dakota? During this time of financial uncertainty, it sounds like a no-brainer. UND offers a quality education at a competitive, affordable price in more than 225 academic fields. Your student can […]

Confirm student enrollment by May 1 priority deadline

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With social distancing, the toilet paper race and TV news blaring 24-7 about a world pandemic, it’s tough to concentrate on much else. That’s why we wanted to remind you your student has some college business to finish up. Beat the May 1 priority deadline to confirm your student’s summer or fall enrollment at the University of North Dakota (if […]

UND student overcomes obstacles

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There was a time UND student Michelle Nguyen considered dropping out. Her family had financial trouble, but the first generation student didn’t falter. It was another obstacle to overcome. Through the help of mentors and faculty at the University of North Dakota, Nguyen won a prestigious national scholarship to stay in school. She overcame injuries […]

UND is here to help you and your family

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The University of North Dakota is actively monitoring the difficult situation we all are experiencing with the coronavirus (COVID-19). During this time, we are committed to helping your student in their transition to UND in the fall. Notifications about the coronavirus, UND’s response to it or any impact on University classes or operations, will be […]

UND’s Interim President Dr. Joshua Wynne on coronavirus

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The current coronavirus situation can be confusing, nerve-racking and worrisome. After dedicating nearly half a century to the betterment of human health, UND’s Interim President Dr. Joshua Wynne has a message about the ongoing COVID-19 situation. He hopes that his words will be helpful and enlightening. Read his full letter and article here. Stay up […]

Supersize my living space, please!

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In addition to residence halls, the University of North Dakota offers apartment-style housing to freshman students. It’s called University Place, and it’s a campus favorite. Built in 2007, the four-story U Place provides cozy living with double- or single-bedroom apartments — each with a furnished living room, full kitchen and belly-up brunch counter. (Lasagna, anyone? C’mon over!) The […]

10 lucky students take home the prize

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Winner, winner, chicken dinner! Oh no, the prize was much better than that. Ten lucky students randomly were selected for $1,000 scholarships for their fall semester at the University of North Dakota. It was part of UND Admitted Student Day on February 28. Nearly 200 students and their guests attended the special daylong event that gave them their […]

The transition to UND starts now

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Now that your student is admitted to UND, they can start their transition for fall 2020. We’re here to help you through this process. If you or your student has questions be sure to reach out to your Admissions Rep. They can walk your student through the transition process step by step to make sure […]

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 latest group of 1,683 students racked up an average GPA of 3.50. 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 — a program […]