You've already started college. Take the next step and complete your bachelor's degree at UND.
Transferring to UND is simple — as long as you plan, prepare and communicate. Talk with your advisors. Research degree requirements. Ask questions.
Do My Credits Transfer?
It's the biggest question on your mind. In general, YES, all college-level credits attempted at institutions accredited by a regional or national accrediting organization recognized by the Council for Higher Education Accreditation (CHEA), including the American Council on Education (ACE), will be transferred to UND.
On average, incoming students transfer more than 84 credits to UND.
Cost & Aid
Combined with our affordable tuition and housing, attending UND costs about $4,000 less than the national average for four-year public universities.
We offer automatic scholarships to students transferring to UND, as long as you meet the required criteria. Plus, UND awards more than $100 million annually in financial aid. You can apply for over 800 scholarships with one application through Scholarship Center.
225+ Programs to Choose From
Pursue what you're passionate about, develop skills that will make a difference in today's job market and put your skills and ideas into action.
As a transfer student, you have many affordable options for on-campus housing. Choose from any residence hall, including University Place, which offers full kitchens in every unit. Or, make your home in a traditional apartment.