Counselor Fundamentals

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

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We’re Here to Help: Student Success Center

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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

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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 […]

Honors Program Creates New Leadership Track

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The University Honors Program combines the love of learning with the desire to positively impact the world. With Honors, your students will be part of a stimulating learning program that emphasizes a close-knit community, active learning and preparing for the future. And there’s no better time for your students to join the program! Starting in Fall 2018, […]

Help Navigate College with 1stG

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Do you have students who will be the first ones in their families to attend a four-year college? UND recently started a new first-generation student initiative to help new students navigate college life. UND 1stG links first-generation college students with UND faculty, administrators and staff in the College of Arts & Sciences who were themselves first-generation […]

Get Ahead with Direct Admission to the Nursing Program

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UND is now offering direct admission to the nursing program to certain students. Direct admission is a criterion-based early admission program for pre-nursing students who have exemplary academic performance during high school. Direct admission will be limited to the top 20 qualified high school candidates and will occur once per academic year. Students who aren’t selected for […]