Who Can Enroll Online?
Enroll anytime and take 3 to 9 months to complete your course.
Enroll-anytime courses allow you to complete the course at your own pace. Some students thrive in this environment, while other students may have trouble setting their own deadlines. Take the this online quiz to help determine if enroll anytime courses are the right fit for you.
Many people can benefit from enroll anytime courses, such as adults, military personnel, current college students enrolled in on-campus courses, and high school students.
Do you find yourself wanting to continue your education, but feel like the responsibilities of family and work compete for your time? If so, self-paced enroll anytime courses may be the solution. You decide when and where to complete the lessons. There is no need to worry about missing your child’s soccer game because you have class. If you’re going out of town on business, you can take your exam next week… or even next month.
Self-paced enroll anytime courses have similar course content and rigor as traditional on-campus classes. Depending on your other commitments and responsibilities, we recommend that you only take one or two courses at the same time.
Employer-Provided Tuition Assistance
UND accepts company payments for employer-provided tuition assistance programs. Contact your human resource department to find out how you can qualify for tuition assistance.
Our University is proud to serve those who serve our country. Through UND Online Education, you can take advantage of convenient programs and services that fit your life as a military service member, veteran or family member. Learn more about Veteran and Military Student Resources available at UND.
Current College Students
As a college student, you may take self-paced enroll anytime courses at any time to fulfill general education requirements or take a class that will not fit into your schedule on campus.
Enroll anytime courses provide flexiblity. However, since they are open-enrollment and do not follow a typical semester schedule, they do not qualify for financial aid.
If you are a student who takes a course at another North Dakota University System (NDUS) school, please note that you are not able to take an enroll-anytime course under the collaborative student model. You need to pay the UND admission fee as part of the registration process.
Will the credits earned at UND transfer to another school?
The transfer of credits is always at the discretion of the institution to which the credits are being transferred. In general, credits that are regionally accredited by the Higher Learning Commission transfer to other regionally accredited institutions.
Please check with your institution to verify if the course(s) will apply toward your degree.
High School Students
High school students can get an early start on a college degree! As a high school student, you may enroll in the lower-division credit courses (i.e., 100 and 200 level).
Dual Credit in North Dakota
If you live in North Dakota, you may be able to simultaneously obtain both upper-level high school course credits and college course credits through a dual-credit program adopted by the North Dakota Legislature.
To determine your eligibility for dual credit or for further information on the dual credit program, please contact your school guidance counselor or principal.
To receive dual credit, you will need to:
- Obtain approval from your school guidance counselor or principal.
- Complete UND's online registration process by clicking on the "Register Now" button.
- Provide a copy of your UND transcript, once a final grade has posted, to your school guidance counselor or principal.