People at UND
A staff member who assists students in taking responsibility for developing meaningful educational plans which are compatible with their career and life goals. Academic advisors support student needs in multiple areas and work in collaboration with all services across campus.
The head of a college. Their positions are either entirely or mostly administrative.
Administrator in charge of overseeing student life, student services, and the overall delivery of education to students.
The faculty member assigned to manage a department. They often have teaching assignments in addition to their administrative work.
|Faculty||Academic personnel, generally with teaching responsibilities.|
|Staff||Support personnel for the university, generally without teaching responsibilities|
A student who is the first in their immediate family (grandparents, parents, siblings) to graduate with a four-year degree.
A graduate student who teaches or aids in teaching activities and/or grading of a class. GTAs are students pursuing a graduate degree in the area of study related to a class they are teaching or with which they are assisting.
A general term for one assigned to teach a class.
The chief officer of the university responsible for oversight of all operations - academic and administrative.
A faculty member who is in a tenure-track position. These faculty members generally have completed a doctorate or the terminal degree for their area, and they often have contract duties in addition to classroom instruction.
The chief academic officer of the university. Their office implements the academic priorities and allocates resources to support the university's goals.
The chief officer in charge of academic records.
An undergraduate or graduate student working in collaboration with a faculty member on research.
An undergraduate student who aids in teaching activities and/or grading of a class. Undergraduate TA's are students of junior or senior status who have previously taken and earned a grade of 'A' in the class.
Administrator in charge of the general welfare and vitality of UND. Their office advocates for students and seeks to create a positive environment. They are responsible for policy, long-range planning, budget, personnel and coordination of the departments comprising the Division of Student Affairs.