Veteran & Military Students
At the University of North Dakota, we are leaders in action. We meet adversity head-on, roll up our sleeves and get the job done. We lead not by telling, but by doing.
Nobody represents "leaders in action" more than our military personnel. For decades UND has worked with student veterans and is recognized as a leader in service. We're committed to providing the best educational experience and service to our military affiliated students.
The Office of Veterans & Nontraditional Services is available to help veterans and military affiliated students maximize their college funding.
At the University of North Dakota, we believe our military personnel, veterans and their families have selflessly served our country and deserve to have the opportunity to access high-quality college programs that will propel them in the armed forces and civilian life.
Designated as a Military Friendly University, we strive to help create pathways, reduce barriers and provide flexibility for our military personnel online and on campus. The Grand Forks community is also the proud home to Grand Forks Air Force Base, which houses more than 2,000 Airmen.
The University of North Dakota has been named a "Top 3 Military-Friendly Online School" by the Guide to Online Schools because of our commitment to our military community. Thousands of students choose UND's online programs for its affordable courses, convenient access and flexible schedules. In all, UND offers more than 200 different courses and nearly 50 accredited bachelor's, master's or doctoral degrees that are available fully online.
An affordable education
As an active duty military service member, veteran, North Dakota National Guard member, or spouse, you will be charged the North Dakota in-state tuition rate for all on-campus or online courses regardless of your actual residency status.
We're a partner with the U.S. Air Force, offering Air University Associate-to-Baccalaureate Cooperative (AU-ABC) degrees. Any active Airmen can maximize the credit you've earned through the Community College of the Air Force and apply it to a bachelor's degree here at UND.