UND has a number of resources on campus to help you navigate the University system, classes, and campus life!
We're working on compiling a full list, but here are a few to get started. In the meantime, if you have questions, just ask, we're happy to assist!
UND TRIO Programs
TRIO is a set of federally-funded college opportunity programs that motivate and support students from disadvantaged backgrounds in their pursuit of a college degree. Over 850,000 low-income, first-generation students and students with disabilities — from sixth grade through college graduation — are served by more than 2,800 programs nationally. TRIO programs provide academic tutoring, personal counseling, mentoring, financial guidance, and other supports necessary for educational access and retention. TRIO programs provide direct support services for students, and relevant training for directors and staff.
UND Writing Center
The Writing Center is a place for students, faculty,and staff to talk about their work in progress with a writing consultant.
College of Arts & Sciences Peer Mentors
The mission of the Peer Mentor program in the College of Arts & Sciences at UND is to help students set and attain academic, personal, social, and career goals by offering a peer perspective. Peer mentors serve as role models for persistence and success when representing the College and University to prospective students. They also help new students acclimate to college life and support students in the College of Arts & Sciences through advising and mentoring.
Student Success Center
The Student Success Center is here to help you succeed. Take advantage of their advisement, tutoring and learning services.
One-Stop Student Services
Got a question about your bill? Want to add or drop a class? Need to check your degree progress? One-Stop Student Services is the solution! One-Stop combines most payment, financial aid, personal information and degree-related functions into a single, convenient location. You can access One-Stop right here online, by phone or in person on the first floor of the Memorial Union.