UND Posts Largest-Ever Spring Enrollment: 13,458

The University of North Dakota has posted its largest-ever Spring Semester enrollment.  The 13,458 students for the fourth week final snapshot eclipsed last year’s final spring total of 12,733.  UND’s third highest spring enrollment number was 12,376 in 2005. Last fall, UND had its largest final enrollment of 14,194.  Enrollment typically goes down in the…
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Grand Forks Herald Story About Marcia Kelley: ‘UND’s First-class Lady’

Check out the great story in the Grand Forks Herald about UND First Lady and native “Iron Ranger” Marcia Kelley, her love for cross-country skiing and her new prominent role at the University and in the Grand Forks community. Click here to read the story by Herald staffer Amy Martz.

Global Visions Film Series To Begin Eighth Year At UND

The University of North Dakota’s Department of Anthropology’s popular Global Visions Film Series will bring an exciting array of films to the community of Grand Forks for the eighth consecutive year. The Global Visions Film Series presents two films per month in the Memorial Union Lecture Bowl on the campus of UND. The series is…
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UND Students, Staff Bid Farewell To VP Of Student Affairs Dr. Robert Boyd

It’s hard to find someone who doesn’t have their own “Dr. Boyd” story at The University of North Dakota. In my three years as a UND undergrad, Dr. Robert Boyd, Vice President for Student Affairs, has served the students of UND with distinction and honor. More than 200 students, faculty and staff came to celebrate…
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UND Theatre Arts Presents Spoon River Anthology Feb. 22-26

The University of North Dakota Department of Theatre Arts will present the Spoon River Anthology by Edgar Lee Masters Feb. 22-26 at 7:30 p.m., in the Burtness Lab Theatre. The play is an adaptation of Masters’ 1915 anthology of poems about life in the fictional small town of Spoon River. It features characters who reflect…
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