- SSC Drop In Tutoring Schedule
- Academic Resources
- Online Study Skills Tutorials
- Staying on Track
- Study Skills Assistance
- Study Skills Tip Sheets
- Success Courses
- Workshop Request Form
Contact Us New Student Programs
CAMPUS & COMMUNITY RESOURCES FOR NONTRADITIONAL STUDENTS
Child Care Resource and Referral - Phone 1-800-941-7003
GRAND FORKS SCHOOL SYSTEM
Grand Forks Public Schools Web Site
Parks and Recreation
Greater Grand Forks has many beautiful parks for the entire family to enjoy.
- Chester Fritz Library
- Energy and Environmental Research Library
- Geology Library
- Music Library
- Law Library
- Library of Health and Science
- GF Public Library, 2110 Library Circle, 772-8116
- EGF Public Library, 422 4th St. NW, 218-773-1104
Social Service Agencies
- United Way -- 775-4215
- Northeast Human Service Center -- 795-3000
- The Salvation Army -- 775-2597
- American Red Cross -- 218-773-9565
- Catholic Charities -- 775-4196
- Centre Inc. -- 746-6303
Job Service of North Dakota
- Office located at: 1501 28th Ave. S
- Phone: 701-795-3700
- There are 63 listings for Churches and Religious Organizations in Grand Forks the local Yellow Pages.
City Area Transit
- Memorial Union Info Center -- 777-4321
- Grand Forks City Bus Information -- 746-2600
Free for UND students; passes are available through UND Student Government
- Visit the Grand Forks City Web Site
- Visit the Chamber of Commerce Web Site
- Grand Forks Public Information Center
255 N 4th St.
- Grand Forks Convention and Visitors Bureau
- Grand Forks Herald
EDUCATIONAL and ORGANIZATIONAL QUESTIONS
- How do I apply for admission?
2. Where do I find academic advising?
3. How do I apply for Financial Aid?
4. How do I register for classes?
5. Where do I get my textbooks?
6. Where do I find important dates and deadlines?
7. Where do I find a class list?
8. How do I connect to classes on Blackboard?
9. How do I connect to my campus email?
Student Email (link can be found by clicking on "Current Students" located on the UND home web page at www.und.edu)
SERVICES FOR STUDENTS QUESTIONS
- Where do I find a computer lab and a printer?
Computer Labs are available in the separate schools across campus (all may not be listed here). General purpose computing labs are located in the Memorial Union (lower level) and Chester Fritz Library (3rd floor).
Chester Fritz Library
Math Computer Lab
UND Law Library
Department of Computer Science
Apartment Community Center (for apartment residents)
American Indian Student Services Learning Lab
Era Bell Community Center
Adult Re-Entry Center
2. With whom can I discuss personal, social, or educational issues?
Located in McCannel Hall, Room 200, call 777-2127 for an appointment.
3. Where can I meet nontraditional students?
4. Where can I find disability services?
Disability Services for Students (coordinates and provides reasonable accommodations)
Located in McCannel Hall, Room 190, 777-3425 (voice/TTY))
5. Where can I find Veteran Services?
6. Where can I find Campus and Community Service Guide?
7. What Learning Support Centers are available for me?
8. How can the TRIO program help me?
Trio programs are designed to serve first generation students and/or low income students or students with disabilities.
9. How do I learn about different events on campus?
10. How do I learn about cultural events in Grand Forks?
11. Where can I find daycare?
12. Where can I exercise?
MENTORING AND TUTORING QUESTIONS
- Where can I get computer help?
2. Where do I find a math tutor?
3. Where can I go for help to improve my writing skills?
4. How do I find tutors for different classes?
5. Where can I get help with my Study Skills?
6. How do I use and find the library?
For information on local Real Estate contacts, consult the Yellow Pages.
For information on the availability of apartments, see ads in the Grand Forks Herald or contact Campus Housing.
Prepared by Pat Jordheim, student project for the Adult Re-Entry Program