College BoUND Newsletter

Informational newsletter from the UND Office of Admissions

Sign Up for UND Orientation Program beginning Jan. 21

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The UND Orientation Program is a two-part process that prepares your students for their first semester at UND: (1) virtual class registration and (2) on-campus Orientation Day.  For your students’ virtual class registration process, complete the following steps:  If they haven’t done so already, students need to pay the enrollment confirmation deposit (a $200 nonrefundable […]

Apply for Financial Aid and Scholarship Central by Feb. 1

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Have your students applied for financial aid yet? The application for filing the Free Application for Federal Student Aid for the 2023-24 academic year is still open. All your students need to do is gather their family’s 2021 tax forms and log onto studentaid.gov to begin their application.  The priority deadline to apply is Feb. […]

Attend Admitted Student Day on March 3 or 24

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Up until now, your high school students haven’t had to think too hard about where they’ll eat, sleep, study or chill for a night of popcorn and Netflix. More often than not, the answer has been right at home.  But figuring out where home is going to be for the next four years is going […]

Apply for Housing by March 1

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The March 1 priority deadline for students to apply for UND housing is right around the corner. Remind your students that to get into their top residence hall choices, we encourage them to apply for housing ASAP.   All first-year freshmen are required to live on campus for their first full academic year or receive an […]

Happy Holidays from the University of North Dakota

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Greetings, Happy Holidays from UND 2022 from University of North Dakota on Vimeo. Kathy and I are sending our warmest wishes your way. It has been an amazing year on the UND campus, and we are grateful for all the extraordinary things that have happened. We are pleased to share with you that UND is […]

Start earning credits today

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If students have an extra hour in their school schedule, they might want to fit in a college class to get ahead.   With UND’s Self-Paced Enroll Anytime courses, high school students can enroll in online classes and earn college credit for their general electives before they even leave home. They have the flexibility to complete […]

Speaking of scholarships, UND makes it easy

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As soon as students are admitted to UND, they can take advantage of Scholarship Central, our one-stop-shop for scholarships.  Incoming freshmen must apply by Feb. 1 to be eligible for awards, but the magical part of it is students can use just one application to apply for more than 975 scholarships!  Yes, that means they […]

Act now for the scholarships and housing students want

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Timing can be everything, Students who take care of their University of North Dakota business now — rather than a month or two later — have the best chance to be awarded scholarships and the first choice of housing and courses for fall 2023. Here’s what students need to do now:  Complete their Free Application […]

Miss Wright Is Happy You’re Here

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At a time when teachers are more needed than ever, Taylor Wright is putting her students first. This summer she inscribed the following sentence in gold letters on the wall opposite her classroom door: I’m Happy You’re Here! Miss Wright’s fifth grade class will see that message every time they walk in. “I just hope […]

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Skills that put your student in demand

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A UND liberal arts education can help students develop the skills that will put them in demand in the workforce. They’ll learn how to work well with others within an ever-changing workplace environment, which will make them more employable.   These skills are different from technical skills, which are specifically required for a certain task: knowledge […]