The University of North Dakota (UND) is a comprehensive institute of higher learning in Grand Forks, North Dakota. UND is home to the only schools of medicine and law in the state of North Dakota. 2003 enrollment was approximately 13,000 students.

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1 Academics
2 Athletics
3 Campus Media
4 External links


The school has ten academic divisions:

John D. Odegard School of Aerospace Sciences
College of Arts and Sciences
College of Business and Public Administration
College of Education and Human Development
School of Engineering and Mines
Graduate School
School of Law
School of Medicine and Health Sciences
College of Nursing
Division of Continuing Education

Between them, the University has 89 Undergraduate Majors, 62 Undergraduate Minors, 54 Master's programs, 21 Doctoral programs, two Professional programs (Medicine and Law) and a Specialist diploma program in Educational Leadership. The University also has an interdisciplinary program that allows students to obtain a degree in virtually any course of study.


UND's athletic teams bear the name of the "Fighting Sioux." The school colours are green and white, occasionally with pink trim.

Campus Media

The college newspaper is the Dakota Student. UND operates three public radio stations. KUND-FM and KUND-AM rebroadcast North Dakota Public Radio. KFJM-FM broadcasts other public radio programming and no longer has any locally-produced programs.

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