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Admissions

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Freshmen

Enrolling in college for the first time? Schedule a campus visit, review admission requirements and learn how to apply for financial aid.

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Transfer

Determine your transfer credits. See how to apply when you're coming to UND from a community college, or from another college or university.

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Graduate

Progress in your current career or embark on a new one. Earn your graduate degree at the state's center of research and innovation.

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Online

Pursing an online degree or certificate? The application process for an online student is the same as an on-campus student.

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International

Review visa and English language requirements to live and study among our welcoming community in Grand Forks.

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Military & Veteran

Let us help you maximize your benefits and assist with admissions.

Best Value College 

13,876

total enrollment

#12

best online university in the nation (EDsmart)

17:1

student to faculty ratio

225+

fields of study

9K

average loan amount for UND students

60K

average graduate starting salary

How much should I expect to pay for college?

Apply for Financial Aid

On average, UND students receive $12,700 annually in financial assistance.

Net Price Calculator

Input your information to estimate your cost to attend UND with financial aid.

Room & Board

UND's room and meal plans cost $3,000 less per year than the national average for four year doctoral universities.

Admissions Guidance

We’re proud to offer one of the top public university experiences in the Midwest.

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Reach out to a rep with questions. We're here to help.

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Explore your options and learn about how to get into college.

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Make sure your student is ready for college and set up for success.

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Want to take a class or two? Apply as a non-degree student.

 

Admissions questions? Contact us.

We're here to help you through the entire admissions process.