College BoUND Newsletter

Informational newsletter from the UND Office of Admissions

UND named 12th ‘most safe’ campus

Categories: About UND

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 […]

UND’s tuition model gets transparency makeover

Categories: About UND

Surprises are only good for birthdays and winning the lottery. They are just no fun at all when they appear at the bottom of your student’s college bill. (WHAT!!??) The University of North Dakota realizes that, too, and beginning fall 2019 will use a streamlined tuition model to improve both transparency and simplicity. Tuition will be based on […]

Director’s Corner Wrap Up

Categories: About UND

The end of another school year is upon us, and this is already the last issue of the College BoUND e-newsletter until the fall. We hope these monthly updates have been helpful to you and your student as they prepared for college. As we look back on the 2017-18 year, we had quite a bit of success […]

Special First-Generation Student Orientation

Categories: About UND

Is your son or daughter a first-generation college student (the first in their family to attend a four-year college) heading to UND in the fall? Encourage them to make their reservation for our special First-Generation Student Orientation on Friday, June 29. This Orientation session is for all first-generation students regardless of major. Students attending will […]

Make First Days on Campus Count with Welcome Weekend

Categories: About UND

Make sure your student attends Welcome Weekend at UND on August 18-20. During Welcome Weekend, your student will have the chance to meet other new UND students and get acquainted with campus and the Grand Forks community, all while having fun. Welcome Weekend is designed to make new students feel at home on campus and to provide […]

It’s Not Too Late: Choose UND and Confirm Enrollment

Categories: Admissions

It’s not too late for students to let us know they’re coming to UND for the Fall 2018 semester by confirming their enrollment. To confirm enrollment for the fall, students must pay the $200 non-refundable confirmation deposit as soon as possible. This $200 deposit is a down payment applied to future charges students will incur on their UND bills […]

Don’t Pay for College Twice! Get College Transcripts to UND

Categories: About UND, Admissions

Before students register for classes at Orientation, it’s very important that our advisors are aware of any college-level credits they may have earned in high school. If we don’t have students’ official college transcripts on file, the college credits already completed won’t be able to be transferred to UND. This could cause students to have to retake […]

New Fighting Hawks Mascot Chosen

Categories: About UND

Earlier this month, more than 2,300 UND students took to online balloting to pick their favorite Fighting Hawks mascot design. The winning design shown below is an important milestone in the process to bring UND’s new logo and branding to life. Read the full story on UND’s new mascot in UND Today.

We’re Here to Help: Student Success Center

Categories: About UND

We want each and every one of our students to excel in the classroom and go on to become leaders in their fields after graduation. The Student Success Center is here to help students from all majors succeed at UND. All students should take advantage of the advisement, tutoring and learning services offered. Academic Advising Choosing a […]

Live Together & Learn Together

Categories: Admissions, Events

We know the transition from high school to college can be tough for some students. Feeling a sense of community on campus is a great way to make that transition easier. A Living & Learning Community (LLC) is a themed housing option that explores a certain topic or interest. Students in these communities get to live with […]