Established in 1883, the University of North Dakota is a public university situated in Grand Folks, North Dakota. It has the biggest campus in the entire state and is ranked #205 among Best National Universities by US News & World Report, 2019.
Programs, Campus and Residence
- The University consists of 9 different schools and colleges that collectively offer more than 225 academic programs to undergraduate, graduate and doctoral candidates.
- The campus is spread over 550 acres of land and consists of 14 residence halls for students at various level of study. Campus housing apartments are open to returning students, transfer students, staff and faculty.
University of North Dakota Admission Process
Candidates seeking admission to University of North Dakota can fill the application form online via the university website.
|Additional Requirements||GED/GPA; LOR; SOP|
|Application Deadlines||Rolling Admission|
Cost and Financial Aid
|Tuition and Fee||$20,047|
|Room and Board||$8,974|
The table above shows total cost of attendance for non-US citizens in undergraduate level of study. Cost for graduate and doctoral level programs will vary.
- Financial help at University of North Dakota is available in the form of scholarships, grants and loans.
- 60% of financial aid requirements are satisfactorily met at the University of North Dakota.
- Student employment is available at NDU in form of on-campus and off-campus jobs.
International students are not eligible for almost all forms of grants and scholarships provided by the university. They can however apply for loans, student employment and scholarship programs offered by other institutions.