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How do I apply?
Pick the type of student you are and follow the link to a step-by-step process that outlines how you can join us at UND.
How do I get into my program of choice?
Admission to the College of Education & Human Development may occur at the time you are admitted to the University and have declared a major or pre-major in the College. If you're considering a major in one of the departments of the College please seek information from our advisors.
We're committed to providing our students with the support they need to pursue their education at UND. Our advising staff can be a resource for you from the day you apply through the day you graduate. We can assist you with:
- Ensuring you meet academic program requirements
- Crafting a realistic educational plan
- Using information from various sources to set and achieve goals
- Connecting with student organizations and support services
- Understanding the intent of the University's curriculum requirements
The Advising Office for the College of Education & Human Development is located in the Education Building Room 102.
Financing Your Education
Affordability is going to be a part of your decision making process. UND provides one of the best values of any college in the country.
The cost of attending UND may not be as much as you think. There are a number of factors that can adjust your costs.
We award $100 million annually in financial aid. There are several options available: scholarships, grants and loans.
Students enrolled in Ph.D. programs in the College of Education & Human Development may be eligible for tuition waivers.
Students interested in gaining teaching and research experience are encouraged to apply for assistantships. All current graduate students in the College of Education & Human Development are eligible to apply.
Scholarships are an excellent way to help fund your education. The College of Education & Human Development awards numerous scholarships to deserving students across a variety of programs every year. You could be the next recipient of one of these many scholarships!
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