The University is located in Grand Forks, a college town of 50,000 on the Red River of the North separating North Dakota and Minnesota. The campus includes 223 buildings (5.33 million square feet under roof) on 550 acres.
Grand Forks is linked by Interstate 29 to Fargo, N.D., 70 miles to the south, and to Winnipeg, Manitoba, 150 miles to the north. The city is 300 miles northwest of Minneapolis and a day’s drive from Chicago, Milwaukee, Wis., and Des Moines, Iowa. Commercial air service links the Grand Forks International Airport to Minneapolis and on to other destinations worldwide.