One-Stop Student Services
Your One-Stop shop to help you with everything related to your educational finances.
One-Stop Student Services is specialized in assisting you with financial aid, billing, and payments. We are also able to help connect you to resources on campus for other questions you may have.
Dates & Deadlines
Check the Academic Calendar to stay on top of important dates and deadlines, such as knowing when Campus Connection charges are due, when refunds will be issued, and when is the last day to add or drop classes.
Financial Aid & Money Management
Managing your money doesn't need to be a hassle. Our popular tools can help you spend less time on your finances and more time on your studies. Visit Financial Aid to learn more.
The following services can be handled outside of our physical office:
- U Card – Order your U Card online. You will receive an email when it is ready for pickup.
- Registration Action Cards – Complete the Registration Action Form online.
- Submitting Required Documents – You can submit documents, including the Verification Document Upload Form, electronically using Secure File Drop. You may also submit your documents via fax, mail, or the Drop Box outside of our office.
- Scholarship or Other Checks – You can mail checks or use the Drop Box outside of our office in the Memorial Union.
Our forms page has many more options for services that can be managed without leaving your computer. If you are unsure whether or not you need to come into our office, just ask us!
Connect With Us
Email your questions to us at onestop@UND.edu for a prompt response. You may also call us at 701.777.1234.
If you need more time to discuss your questions, we will be happy to set up a “face-to-face” appointment with a Student Finance Advisor via Zoom, Microsoft Teams, or in-person.
Academic & Career Services
Student Academic & Career Services provide resources including tutoring, disability services, academic advising, and career engagement.
The Office of the Registrar assists students with registration, helps to maintain academic records, verifies transcripts, manages the course catalog, and assists with class scheduling. They offer several options to take care of business electronically or in-person.
Working part-time on campus is a great way to help pay for educational expenses while gaining valuable work experience. This is a great option for students who need flexible hours around class schedules.