Schedule a campus visit, review admission requirements and learn how to apply for financial aid when you're enrolling in college for the first time.
Determine your transfer credits or how to apply when you're coming to UND from a 2-year or community college, or from another 4-year college or university.
Progress in your current career or embark on a new one through advanced academic coursework at the state's center of research and innovation.
Review visa and English language requirements to live and study among our diverse and welcoming community in Grand Forks.
Take advantage of the education benefits, partnerships and funding specifically for those who have served, or continue to serve, our country through the armed forces.
Enroll in select academic programs at UND, regardless of where you are in the world, to earn a degree or certificate on your own terms.
Discover the high-quality curriculum, affordable tuition and small size that make UND a great place to study the law.
Embark on a path that allows you to be your best self, caring for others with a high-quality education from the state's only school of medicine.
Get prepared to tackle your senior year by exploring your college options early and learning more about the admission process at UND.
Learn key facts about campus safety, admission requirements and how to pay for a UND education that sets your son or daughter up for success.
Helpful links and information for high school counselors about AP classes, admission requirements and general education classes (or what we call Essential Studies).
Affordability is going to be a part of your decision making process. UND provides one of the best values of any college in the country.
The cost of attending UND may not be as much as you think. There are a number of factors that can adjust your costs.
We award $100 million annually in financial aid. There are several options available: scholarships, grants and loans.