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2009-2011 UND Academic Catalog
Catalog Content Non-Binding, Subject-To-Change Statement
Catalogs and bulletins of educational institutions are usually prepared by faculty committees or administrative officers for the purpose of furnishing prospective students and other interested persons with information about their institution. Information contained in such printed material is subject to change without notice, and it is not to be interpreted as creating a binding obligation on the institution and the State. In times of changing conditions, it is especially necessary to have this understood.
Suggestions And Complaints
The University welcomes suggestions and/or complaints from students, faculty, and staff, which should be directed to the unit or personnel most directly involved. It is only in this way that the institution can become aware of potential problems and take appropriate action. Also available are anonymous hot lines which deal with general concerns and scientific misconduct. The URLs are respectively: http://www.und.edu/dept/fraudhotline/index.html and http://www.und.edu/dept/rdc/reporting%20scientificmisconduct.html. The University may review with accrediting agencies a log of anonymously tracked written student complaints.
Access To Records (Family Educational Rights And Privacy Act)
In compliance with the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act of 1974 as amended, the University of North Dakota has developed policy guidelines for access to the education record with respect to the rights of eligible students and parents of dependent eligible students. All information contained in University records is considered confidential, except for directory information, which may be released publicly in printed, electronic, or other form. Directory information is defined in the Code of Student Life in “Section 8-2: Student Records/Directory Information.” Students who wish to restrict their directory information from public release should restrict their information as early in the term as possible. To insure restriction of directory information from the printed University Directory, the process should be completed by the tenth day of classes in the fall semester. To restrict directory information, students should go to the Office of the Registrar, Room 203, Twamley Hall.
UND Graduation Rate Information
The University of North Dakota graduation rate information is available online at: www.und.nodak.edu/dept/registrar/gradrates. A paper copy of this report is also available by calling the Office of the Registrar at (701) 777-2711.