As a UND graduate, there are tools and services available to assist you in your next chapter.
- The UND Alumni Association & Foundation is a great resource to stay connected to friends and the UND campus, and is a valuable networking tool.
- Career Services, located on campus in Twamley Hall, is another useful resource in making a successful transition from UND student to member of the workforce.
- The School of Graduate Studies offers more than 120 graduate degree and certificate programs across all schools and colleges at UND.
- The Office of Extended Learning promotes lifelong learning by offering online, correspondence by mail, web or videoconferencing, and off-campus academic offerings including courses, graduate certificates, and distance degree programs.
Greetings from the Alumni Association & Foundation
Congratulations on becoming the newest members of the UND alumni family, now more than 120,000 strong.
The UND Alumni Association & Foundation will help you stay connected and engaged with the campus and the many friends you made here.
The UND Alumni Association began with the first graduating class in 1889. The eight graduates met after the commencement ceremony on June 13, making plans to stay in contact and to return for visits to the campus.
The Alumni Association remained an informal organization until 1915, when it was incorporated under the laws and state of North Dakota. Keeping classmates in contact with each other and with the campus, and supporting ongoing growth and development of the University were the stated goals in our Mission Statement. These goals remain unchanged.
You are now an integral part of a UND alumni family that is strong, well connected, and passionate about this great University. We look forward to continuing our relationship as you continue to make an impact on UND. Together, we will continue to build on a proud history of excellence.
DeAnna Carlson Zink, '86
Chief Executive Officer
UND Alumni Association & Foundation