Tuition & Fees
At the University of North Dakota, you'll find one of the best education values in the nation.
In fact, a recent study found that UND's tuition and fees average 13.4% less than its counterparts in an 11-state region. Plus, UND offers millions of dollars in scholarships and financial aid packages to help finance your education.
Your tuition rate and fees are based on your residency and the number of credits you take. The tuition map gives you a general cost estimate for the 2013-14 academic year (excludes summer semester).
At UND, tuition and most fees are capped at 12 on-campus credits each fall and spring semester, or at 9 on-campus credits for the summer semester. So even if you take 12 to 20 on-campus credits, you pay the same flat rate for tuition.
Now, that's value!
If you are a part-time student enrolled in fewer than 12 credits and/or take online courses, you will pay undergraduate tuition and fees on a per-credit basis .
Room & Meal Plans
The tuition map estimates are based on the Double Room/Unlimited Access meal plan. Further pricing options are reflected below and are subject to change.
|Dining Center Access||Double Room (Annual Cost)||Single Room (Annual Cost)||Dining Dollars||Guest Passes|
|Unlimited||$6,586 - Best Value!||$7,278||$50||3|
For additional information, refer to UND Housing's Room & Meal Plan rates.
Reduced Tuition Options
If you meet certain conditions, you may qualify for reduced tuition rates regardless of your actual residency status.
Regardless of your actual residency status, you may qualify for a tuition-waiver program that is equivalent to the tuition charged to ND residents if you are a:
- full-time, active duty servicemember
- dependent (spouse/child) of a full-time, active duty servicemember
- dependent (spouse/child) of a post-9/11 veteran
- North Dakota National Guard member
- UND-contracted ROTC cadet
For eligibility information, view the UND Military Tuition website.
If you are a non-resident and a spouse or dependent of a graduate from any North Dakota University System institution , you're eligible for a reduced tuition rate charged at 150% of the current ND resident tuition rate.
If you're a dependent of a benefited UND employee, you will pay 50% of the in-state tuition rate.
Tuition for many online and distance education courses is charged at the ND resident rate per credit, regardless of the total credits in which you are enrolled or your actual residency status.
If you live out of state, taking online courses can translate into big savings for you, compared to paying the non-resident tuition rate.
Some exceptions may apply, including tuition for online undergraduate engineering courses which is based on your residency status.
Refer to UND Online & Distance Education for more information.