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University of North Dakota

United States
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About University of North Dakota

The University of North Dakota (UND) was founded in 1883. UND is a public research university offers more than 200 fields of study and specializes in aerospace, health sciences, nutrition, energy and environmental protection, and engineering research. 

UND enrolls 15,250 students from baccalaureate through doctoral and professional degrees. Majority of the students come from North Dakota and more than 50 nations.  

UND is also ranked among the top 100 public universities in the country by U.S. News & World Report and is the only university in the states of North Dakota, South Dakota and Montana.

Campus information

There are a lot of choices for students of ages to get involved and have fun at UND campus. The campus facilities and services include:

  • Residence halls
  • Dining services
  • Wellness center
  • Counseling center 
  • Old Main Marketplace
  • Library

Located in Grand Forks, North Dakota, United States. 


The mission of the Housing and Dining Services Department is to enhance the university experience by providing exceptional housing and dining services and programs. As a campus community, we believe these programs set the foundation for student success at UND. By living on campus, students learn and reinforce skills which foster citizenship, generate a sense of belonging, and build community.

All first-year students are required to live in a residence hall on campus for their first, full academic year. First-year students are defined as undergraduate students who:

  • Enroll full-time at UND within one year of their high school graduation or equivalent
  • Have less than 24 transferable, post-secondary, semester credit hours. Transferable credits earned while still in high school, including dual credit, AP, etc. will not be counted toward the total.

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Exemption Policy and Process

All first-year students are expected to live on-campus unless they meet at least one of the criteria for exemption AND complete the exemption request process.


Courses available 10

Applied, Pure Sciences 1 Aviation 8 Engineering 1


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