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Information for high school counselors about the University of North Dakota, its admission process and deadlines.

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From follower to leader

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Lauren McCreary always thought she was more of a follower than a leader. And at least in the matters of birth order and college choice, she was right. A Grand Forks native, McCreary was the fourth and youngest child in the family. Her eldest brother — 10 years her senior — had graduated from the […]

The transition to UND starts now

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Now that your students are admitted to UND, they can start the Orientation Reservation Process for fall 2022. If they have questions let them know to reach out to their admissions rep. They can walk them through this process step by step to make sure they have all the information they need. Make sure your […]

Students take fast track to master’s degree

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College graduates who dream of landing a high-level job at premium pay straight out of school can increase their chances by putting an extra “M” (for master’s) on their resume. Of course, they have to earn it first. They can do just that — while also saving time and money — if they choose to […]

Student, soldier, saxophonist, star

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Always ready. Always there. It’s more than just a motto for the U.S. Army National Guard. For UND senior Zachary Fischer of Horace, N.D., it’s a whole way of life. The standout music education major and 22-year-old sergeant with the North Dakota Army National Guard’s 188th Army Band takes those four words to heart. He’s […]

Get on the right track during the New Student Transition

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Your students can take the next steps toward UND starting at 9 a.m. (CST) on Jan. 22, when the New Student Transition reservation system officially opens. In this process, students will sign up to be advised and registered virtually for their first semester of classes. If your students haven’t already done so, they will first […]