Use these tools to monitor your academic progress and know where you're at and how far you need to go until graduation.
The UND Academic Catalog is your gateway to university information, course listings, and academic calendars. In addition, you can find more data within the catalog to help you fulfill Essential Studies and courses that align with your degree.
Your academic advisor can help increase your academic success by answering questions, providing information about University policies and procedures and referring you to resources when you need assistance.
To contact your advisor:
- Log in to Campus Connection
- To the right of your Student Center, locate the vertical blue box titled Advisor
- Click Details to view your Academic Program, Major, or to send your Advisor an email from your UND email account
Apply for Graduation
Congratulations! If you have completed the requirements for your major and the credit requirements for UND, you are eligible to apply for graduation. Because the time before graduation can be stressful, we've compiled a list of things to do before the big day. Follow the steps in the Graduation Checklist to apply for graduation and ensure all goes smoothly before, during and after your big day.
Choosing or Changing a Major
Although most majors can be declared at any time throughout the year, some departments place restrictions on this process. Consult with your academic advisor to determine the right timeframe for declaring your major, and then make your declaration by contacting the college in which your intended major will be housed.
If you need to change your major, please visit with an advisor in the college of your intended major.
Combined degree programs allow you to earn both an undergraduate and graduate degree in a particular discipline. Examples of disciplines that offer combined degree programs include engineering, public administration, occupational therapy and physical therapy.
If you are enrolled in a combined program, you are eligible for undergraduate financial aid until the point where you are formally admitted to the School of Graduate Studies. Upon admission, you are only eligible to receive graduate-level financial aid.
The Degree Audit shows which graduation requirements you've met and which ones you still need to meet.
To use the audit:
- Log in to Campus Connection
- Within your Student Center, click on Other Academics in the dropdown box in Academics
- Choose Academic Requirements
- Click Go
Essential Studies (ES) Requirements
Essential Studies (ES) is the University's program in general education. ES courses help you develop key intellectual skills and competencies that are critical to performing successful work and service.
Essential Studies can provide you with a breadth of knowledge in multiple disciplines and extend and refine essential skills, such as writing, speaking and processing information. To view approved courses and additional information, click on the link below.
The GPA Calculator is an easy-to-use tool for determining your grade point average or calculating the grades you need to achieve a specific GPA. To use it:
- Enter the number of credits and letter grade for each course.
- The honor points will automatically be calculated as you tab through the courses on the table.
- To display your overall GPA, click Calculate at the bottom of the table.
- Reset courses and click Calculate as necessary to project the grade you need to achieve your desired GPA.
Graduate School Application
To apply to the School of Graduate Studies, you will need to create an account in My GradSpace. Get started by selecting either the domestic or international button and then filling out the inquiry form.
Remember to safeguard your username and password. You'll need them to log in each time you return to My GradSpace or to your application.Domestic Students International Students My Gradspace Login