- Drop In Tutoring Schedule
- Early Intervention
- Campus Tutoring Services
- Individual Study Skills Assistance
- Study Skills Aids
- Success Courses
- Workshop Request Form
- Adult Re-Entry
- Keep Going
- Transfer Orientation
- Staying on Track
- Online Study Skills Tutorials
Getting Started Checklist
I am familiar with the degree programs that UND offers
If you would like a course catalog sent to you: call 1-800-CALL UND.
I know the UND Campus and am able to find my way around easily.
If you don’t know the campus well, take a FREE campus tour: Enrollment Services, Carnegie Hall Room 100 (250 Centennial Drive) or call 777-4463.
I have applied for admission to UND and have filled out the application.
If you haven’t yet picked up an application, visit the UND Office of Admissions, Twamley Hall Room 205 or call 777-3821.
I have had my official transcripts sent to UND and have an unofficial copy to show my academic advisor.
If you haven’t already done so, you must request-in writing or in person-that your official transcript be sent directly to UND from each college or university you have attended. Also request that an unofficial copy of your transcripts be sent to you, and keep it for your own records. You may also need to submit a high school transcript, test scores, or other documents. Check with the Office of Admissions, Twamley Hall Room 205 at 777-3821.
I have provided proof of measles immunization/immunity.
If you were born after December 31, 1956 you need to show proof of measles (rubella) immunity or immunization given after January 1, 1980 BEFORE YOU REGISTER for classes. For more information call: Student Health Services, McCannel Hall Room 100 or call 777-4500.
I have met with an academic advisor.
You may want to meet with the Adult Re-Entry Program even before you are admitted to the university. Contact: Student Success Center, Memorial Union Room 201 or call 777-2117. If you have been accepted into a college, contact your department or college to make an appointment. If you are unsure or want to explore different areas of interest, contact: Career Services, McCannel Hall Room 280 or call 777-3904.