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 […]

A duty to represent the underrepresented

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When asked about it, Chandon Pierre didn’t pause. Instead, he spoke with conviction, his past inspiring his dream to make a difference. As a young African-American man growing up in Reno, Nev., Pierre said he had experienced injustices. Being followed around by store employees while shopping. Hearing racist comments from the crowd while playing basketball […]

Take action now to be ready for fall classes

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We’re so excited to meet your student and welcome them to their new home this fall! However, they must take care of a few things before they join us. If they haven’t already, remind your student to complete their Free Application for Federal Student Aid and to register for classes and an on-campus Orientation Day […]

Keep up to date with everything UND

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The UND Family Association provides families with information that you want and need to help make your student’s time in college positive and successful. The UND Family Association webpage has support services for you to help your student in times of need.  You also can arrange to send your student a FREE personalized birthday cake […]

The limit is beyond the sky

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If you’re a space buff, you may have seen images of Stefan Tomovic on the pages of National Geographic, his eyes gazing from under the helmet of a burly, orange spacesuit. Tomovic is not an astronaut. But, he helps astronauts reach space and explore it. Tomovic is an experimental electronics engineer with NASA. Now based […]

Your student may qualify for additional financial aid

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The 2021-22 Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) uses 2019 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, […]

Class of 2025 yard signs available

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We want to welcome you and your student to the Fighting Hawk family and celebrate your graduate’s recent achievements. Surprise your graduate and show your Fighting Hawk pride with a Class of 2025 yard sign or banner. If you post on social media, remember to use the hashtag #UNDproud to be featured on our webpage.  […]

Physical Therapy student chases dream

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When Kayana Trottier transferred to the University of North Dakota, she followed her passion for physical therapy despite the challenges in her personal life.    Retracing the footsteps of her mother, who earned a master’s degree in education at UND, Trottier wanted to pursue physical therapy at the university. Months before she applied, however, her mom […]

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 […]

UND Orientation Days registration is NOW open!

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UND Orientation Days is a chance for you and your student to get to know UND before they move in for the fall semester. We’re excited to announce we’ll be hosting in-person UND Orientation Days on July 19-23. At Orientation Days, your student will:  Learn what to expect during their first year at UND. Connect with other […]