Financial Aid & Funding
Opportunities to engage in cutting-edge research, creative scholarship and trendsetting professional programs come with a price.
A UND degree doesn’t have to break the bank, but it helps to understand your program costs and the financial aid opportunities to cover them.
How Much Does UND Cost?
Tuition and fees can vary based on where you live, the program you choose and your eligibility for financial aid. Different programs may also have additional fees. Check with One-Stop Student Services for tuition rates, billing and payment info.
Financial Aid Options
Get the basics of financial aid through UND's One-Stop Student Services and the options you have as a graduate student.
Many departments offer graduate assistant positions, which give you an opportunity to work, teach and be a student.
Tuition waivers are available to historically under-represented or economically disadvantaged students.
Small travel grants, fellowships and other funding souces may be available to you as a graduate student.
All UND scholarships, including opportunities for graduate students are available through Scholarship Central.
Neil C. MacDonald Scholarship
Currently-enrolled, degree-seeking graduate students of high academic achievement may apply for scholarships of $1000. One scholarship will be designated for a graduate student in History. This scholarship was established by Chester Fritz in memory of Neil C. Macdonald, a former educational statesman in North Dakota.
To apply for this scholarship, go to Scholarship Central.