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University of North Dakota's tuition rates vary based on the residency status of its students.
Can I change my residency?
If you are planning to change your residency status, you must apply and be approved for the residency change within 30 days of the first class day of the semester. If you successfully change your residency within this time period, your tuition amount will be eligible for adjustment to your new resident status for the current semester.
Refunds/credits will not be given for terms the student attended prior to approval of the application for the North Dakota Resident Tuition Rate.
Can I change a previous tuition rate?
Adjustments in tuition rates will only be made for the current term. No previous terms will be adjusted unless special circumstances exist that warrant an exception to policy. All previous term tuition rate changes must be approved by UND administration.
To be considered for a past semester tuition rate adjustment, a Campus Connection Charge Appeal form must be completed. The form can be accessed using your Campus Connection ID and password here at apps.UND.edu/studentforms/index.cfm.
Where can I see what tuition rate I have?
Instructions to Verify Your Tuition Rate
- Log in to Campus Connection.
- Go to "Student Center."
- Click "Finances."
- Click "Student Account Detail."
- Click "Tuition/Fees."
- Click "Account Details."
It is you responsibility to ensure that you were billed the correct tuition rate each term. Please check your Campus Connection account to verify that you were billed the correct tuition rate.
Am I eligible for Contiguous, MSEP or WUE residency?
You must have residency in the listed locations for eligibility.
- South Dakota
Midwest Student Exchange Program (MSEP)
Western Undergraduate Exchange (WUE)
- New Mexico
- South Dakota
- Commonwealth of the Northern Marianas Islands
What is a Special Agreement?
Special Agreements refer to students with Contiguous Residency or students that are eligible for the Midwest Student Exchange Program (MSEP) or Western Undergraduate Exchange (WUE).
Please verify your tuition rate at the beginning of each term so that any corrections can be made promptly.