|University Motto||Light and Law|
|Year of establishment||1883|
|Address||Grand Forks, ND|
|City||Grand Forks, North Dakota|
University of North Dakota
UND offers a variety of professional and specialized programs, including the only schools of law and medicine in the state, but is perhaps best known for its John D. Odegard School of Aerospace Sciences, which trains pilots and air traffic controllers from around the world. It is the first university to offer a degree in unmanned aircraft systems operations.
The University of North Dakota (UND) is the state's oldest and largest University, with nearly 15,000 students and 225+ fields of study. Located in Grand Forks, North Dakota, UND is right at home in this vibrant college town of over 50,000 people located on the border of North Dakota and Minnesota.
UND offers opportunity at an affordable price tag. UND's tuition and fees and room/meal plans cost $4,000 less per year than the national average for four-year public universities (College Board). With 3,000 courses, nearly 40 online degree programs, and 84 graduate education programs; UND has more offerings than any higher education institution the state.
UND's diverse student body represents all 50 states and over 60 countries.
UND is one of only 47 public universities in the nation with both accredited graduate schools of law and medicine. Student life is an important element of the UND experience. With service-learning groups, internships, leadership positions in 275+ clubs and organizations, and education abroad, there are plenty of ways make a difference.
The University of North Dakota is a Public university located in Grand Forks.
The University of North Dakota was founded in 1883.
The current president of University of North Dakota is Mark Kennedy.
According to verified online sources, the University of North Dakota enrolls a total of 29812 students.
According to the main website, the University of North Dakota has a total student population of 14906 undergraduate students and 14906 graduate students.