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How do I confirm my enrollment at UND?

To confirm your enrollment, you must pay a $200 nonrefundable deposit by the priority deadline of May 1 for the fall semester and Dec. 1 for the spring semester. The deposit is a prepayment applied to tuition, fees or other charges on your UND bill.

How do I log in to ndus?

All faculty, staff and students will log in with NDUS.identifier username (typically first.lastname) followed by "@NDUS.edu". Your NDUS.identifier is what you currently use to log into Campus Connection, Blackboard and HRMS Self-Service (ex. john.doe@NDUS.edu).

How can I get help at UND?

Find part-time jobs on the UND campus. Receive counseling services in-person and remotely. We're here for you. Report a non-emergency concern about behavior or property and learn about UND's response.

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Make an Appointment

Student Health Services providers are seeing patients in person or through virtual (Telemedicine) appointments. To schedule an appointment:

Medical & Mental Health Services

SHS offers general medical services including physicals, immunizations, pre-travel consultations, sexual health consultations and mental health services.

COVID-19 Care Services

COVID-19 vaccinations (including booster doses) for students, faculty, and staff by appointment.

Emergency Options and After Hours Care Options

For life threatening emergencies call 911. For emergencies after hours, go to Altru Emergency Room.

Health Presentations

UND give presentations to UND-affiliated student groups that cover an array of health topics including substance abuse prevention, sexual health and general health.

What is included in UND Student?

As a UND student, you'll receive Microsoft Office 365 ProPlus for free, which includes Word, PowerPoint, Excel, OneNote, Outlook and more.

What to do before registering for classes at UND?

Before you've registered for classes, please check the email you used on your admission application frequently for official communications from the University regarding financial aid, housing, confirming your enrollment, Orientation, course registration and more. After you've claimed your account, please log in to your UND student email account.

What is FERPA form?

The Family Educational Rights & Privacy Act (FERPA) establishes certain rights for students regarding the privacy of their educational records. To permit someone else (family member) to receive detailed information regarding your records, you must complete the FERPA privacy release form. This form allows UND to release the financial and academic records that you designate.

What is a U card?

The U Card is your official UND identification and access credential card for campus. Carry it with you at all times. Your U Card provides access to many campus buildings, library resource materials, printing funds, as well as entrance to the Wellness Center, dining services and all athletic events.

How to send AP scores to UND?

In order for UND to apply Advanced Placement (AP) credits appropriately, please ask the College Board to send your scores directly to UND (1.888.225.5427 or AP Score ).

What is Campus Connection?

Campus Connection is the system that you'll use to apply for housing, accept or decline financial aid awards, register for classes, pay your bill and more (see additional steps below). After you've claimed your NDUS account and have obtained your user ID and password, log in to Campus Connection.

When is the deposit due for UND?

To confirm your enrollment, you must pay a $200 nonrefundable deposit by the priority deadline of May 1 for the fall semester and Dec. 1 for the spring semester. The deposit is a prepayment applied to tuition, fees or other charges on your UND bill.

How does donor support help medical students?

Donor support in recent years has helped us lower medical student debt from well above to well below the national average relative to students at other U.S. medical schools.

How many years of schooling is required for a doctorate in North Dakota?

We offer North Dakota's only four-year doctor of medicine degree. Students spend their first two years in Grand Forks before training at clinical sites across the state.

What is the CRH in North Dakota?

Celebrating 40 years, the CRH is North Dakota's State Office of Rural Health, a federally designated office that helps rural communities build their health services through collaborations with a wide range of partners.

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