College BoUND Newsletter

Informational newsletter from the UND Office of Admissions

UND offers many part-time employment opportunities

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UND’s Student Employment program provides part-time job opportunities for your student to help finance their education and gain other educational benefits. Student employees experience: Competitive pay and flexible work schedules in a wide range of options — both short and long term. Internships and positions that sometimes last throughout college. Professional experience to open career opportunities after […]

Complete UND Orientation Steps, July 1 Deadline for U Card, and More!

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Complete UND Orientation Steps, July 1 Deadline for U Card Photo, and More! Your student’s first day as a UND Fighting Hawk is coming soon! Now is the time to make sure your student is as prepared as possible. If your student hasn’t done so already, please make sure they complete these action items as […]

Director’s Corner Wrap-Up

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Happy May! I want to take a moment to say THANK YOU for all you’ve done to help your students succeed this year! I hope your seniors take time to enjoy all those last moments of their high school career. I want to bring a few things to your attention to make sure you’re aware […]

Your student may qualify for additional financial aid

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The 2023-24 Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) uses 2021 tax information to help determine your student’s eligibility for financial aid. Whether they’ve completed the FAFSA already or aren’t sure about completing it for the upcoming academic year, we want you to be aware of available options. Like so many others throughout the pandemic, […]

A Voice for Justice

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Nicolette first heard that medical examiners are a voice for the dead when she was in high school.  Nicolette isn’t one to simply sit back and observe. She loves experience. The further into the forensic work of a medical examiner she gets, the more she feels this is her work worth doing. Her excitement grows […]

Confirm your student’s enrollment by May 1 priority deadline

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With graduation quickly approaching, we know there’s a lot to do before your student graduates. That’s why we wanted to remind you and your student about confirming their enrollment at UND. If they haven’t already done so, your student should confirm their fall enrollment at the University of North Dakota by the May 1 priority deadline. The $200 nonrefundable […]

Financial Aid One-On-One Appointments

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Have questions about Financial Aid? Register for an appointment with a financial aid expert on our event calendar under “FAFSA One on One Appointments”. Appointments will take place three days a week throughout May during the following times. Appointments will be held via zoom. Tuesday 9 – 10 a.m. Wednesday 10 – 11 a.m. Thursday […]

Complete UND Orientation Program Reservations ASAP

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Get ready to be a Fighting Hawk by completing the UND Orientation Program! If students haven’t done so already, make sure they complete this two-part process to prepare for their first semester at UND, including: (1) virtual class registration and (2) on-campus Orientation Day. Virtual class registration will be held between May 9 and July […]

Send non-UND scholarship checks to UND as soon as possible

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Don’t let your students miss out on their scholarship money by not sending it to UND. It’s important we receive your student’s scholarships early so we can finalize their financial aid package and pay their bills on time. Don’t delay! Scholarship checks received after Aug. 15 for the fall semester are not guaranteed to be applied […]

Launch Point

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Four years ago, Sydney Menne was a commercial aviation major taking physics and astronomy classes because she found them interesting. Now, her physics research has led her to one of the most prestigious scholarships in the world. Sydney will spend the next few years of her life studying in the United Kingdom with a Marshall Scholarship. She is one of […]