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Most Helpful Review for University of North Dakota
  • Category: Am learning a lot
  • Review by: Allison from Fridley, MN
  • 14 out of 14 people found this review helpful

I love the classes here, and the teachers are very willing to help you out in anyway they can.

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  • Sara from Blaine
  • Nov-29-2016 I am a current student here

    There is something for everyone. UND is a great school if majoring in any STEM field or Aviation. The campus is not too big where you get lost in the crowd but big enough to have some diversity.

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  • Oct-05-2016 I am accepted here and planning to attend soon

    The University of North Dakota is an amazing school. They have a nice size campus that is not too large and not too small. I love how once you have reached the amount of credits, say 12, you can take more classes and not be expected to pay anything more for tuition.

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  • jon from san jose, ca
  • Jun-28-2016 I am a past student here

    do not attend here if you are only taking online one or two classes for credit. they charge you a non-refundable $35 registration fee along with your tuition, so if you decide to drop the class, they keep the $35. bear in mind, there are online schools that offer classes in which they do not charge you a registration fee (i.e. byu).

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  • taylor from grand forks, nd
  • Jun-06-2016 I am a current student here

    und is a fun filled school that includes a great education, many fun out of school actives, and d1 sports. the campus is beautiful because you see all four seasons. i highly recommend you check out und!

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  • Anonymous
  • Dec-18-2015 I am accepted here and planning to attend soon

    Great for aviation majors. Great for hockey fans. Get a warm coat.

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  • Madison from Grand Forks, ND
  • Jul-28-2015 I am researching this school and have visited the campus

    The level of education you will get there is above that of most state universities. The food is great and they have a ton of included 'amenities' like the campus gym and the health center. The campus isn't too small but it's not so spread out that it takes 20 minutes to get from one end of it to another.

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  • Krista from Grand Forks, ND
  • Nov-29-2014 I am a current student here

    The University of North Dakota offers many degree programs and has outstanding professors and academic advisers. Upon my arrival, I was greeted by my RA in my dorm and then met several other students on my floor right away. All together the University of North Dakota has outstanding faculty ready to help and there are many opportunities for learning and careers.

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  • Student from Washington
  • Apr-27-2014 I am a current student here

    UND is a great university nestled on a beautiful campus. Being that it is in North Dakota, it has its quirks, including but not limited to, harsh winter weather, fair diversity, and horrible drivers. The level of education offered for the price well surpasses what many public universities have to offer in other states.

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  • Heather from Fargo, ND
  • Apr-01-2014 I am a past student here

    Really big, and huge into research. All in all this is a research college, and most of the professors have not acutally worked in the field they are teaching in.

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