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University of North Dakota, Grand Forks

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  • I was pleasantly surprised on an informational visit to Grand Forks and the UND campus. UND is a very clean and pedestrian friendly campus. The buildings are updated, painted, and look fresh. The grou...  more »
  • I was driving through the campus and noticed how beautiful the campus was and how students would choose such a place to further their education. Grand buildings. New buildings and landscaping to conne...  more »
  • A stunning University!!! Grounds are immaculate. Once inside, it's all top notch! The flooring shines like glass. It's a palace! Here's my chance to applaud the maintenance staff, faculty and students...  more »
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  • Wow is this the kind of school you have nothing but racist white students that mock black lives matter are you kidding me what kind of school is this l. A sorry one for sure they need to be kicked out that's not okay but if the shoe was on the other foot it would be another story right! Fix the problem before it becomes a bigger one!!!
  • Quality campus. Average liberal arts school, aerospace and medical colleges make this university stand out. Obviously, Sioux forever
  • So far, the university has been very resourceful. The campus feels, as cliche as it sounds, like a second home. The people there are extremely nice and the professors go out of their way to get to know you.
  • The history, the campus, the education, the cold, the hockey and the tradition. Best hidden secret in the Northern Midwest. Sioux Yeah Yeah! 🏒💞
  • Calling the school to get help is very difficult. You ask for someone and the person that answers the phone doesn't want to transfer to the person that you requested. I had very simple questions for the person that we received an email from. Once this individual was on the line she was extremely rude and made me feel like I was a complete interruption to her day. I received more help from the individual in the online help chat than I did calling. I think that proper politeness is a must if you are taking calls. If you cannot be polite to simple questions then maybe you should reevaluate your career choice and look at getting a different degree, or find another job!