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Freshmen Admissions

UND provides one of the best values of any college in the country.

Our combined tuition, fees and room/meal plans cost about $3,000 less per year than the national average for four-year doctoral universities. Plus, each year 75% of our undergrad students share more than $108 million in financial aid, including scholarships and waivers. On average, each of our students receives $12,900 annually in financial assistance.

UND Freshman Admissions

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Freshman Requirements

Learn about the high school and test score requirements to get into UND as a freshman.

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Cost & Aid

Let us show you all the options that make UND an affordable place for a quality education.

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Freshman Housing

First-time freshman are required to live on campus. You'll be close to your classes and among friends.

New Freshman Scholarships

Academic Scholarships

Unweighted, Cumulative 
High School GPA
Freshman
Scholarship Award
3.9+ GPA
(unweighted)
$14,000
($3,500 / year
for a maximum of 4 years)
3.7-3.89 GPA
(unweighted) 
$11,000
($2,750 / year
for a maximum of 4 years) 
3.5-3.69 GPA
(unweighted)
$1,500
(non-renewable)

You're eligible to receive one scholarship award based on your unweighted, cumulative high school GPA. You must be a full-time student enrolled in at least 12 credits per semester to qualify. Renewal criteria apply. All scholarships are subject to change. As funding is available, scholarships will be awarded after the priority deadline.

National Merit Scholarships

If you're a National Merit Scholar Finalist or Semi-Finalist from North Dakota or Minnesota and select UND as your first choice on the National Merit Application, you'll receive a UND scholarship equivalent to full tuition and mandatory student fees (renewable for up to 3 additional years if criteria are met).

This scholarship is in addition to other UND scholarships and waivers you're eligible to receive (up to the full cost of attendance).

UND by the Numbers

9,800

undergraduate students

225+

fields of study

Top 10

public college for getting a job

25

average class size

#1

college town in North Dakota

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Freshman Help

We’ve got admissions reps and counselors dedicated to serving our first-year students. Reach out to them with questions about UND or set up a visit.

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