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University of North Dakota, Grand Forks

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  • Went up to see how the youngest boy had it in school and he made sure a thorough guided tour of the campus and gave us an introduction to student life at the school. Impressive many and great buildings that seem well adapted for the purpose. Nice to see so many building and rooms with their own character. In addition, there are several cafes and desslike which is well worth a visit in itself.
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  • We headed to UND for family weekend. Although there were not a ton of activities listed for us to partake in, it was enough. We had a great time getting to see our son, taking my dad on a tour of the ...  read more »
  • Shape on either side of University Avenue which composed the campus. I think size takes more than 30 minutes to walk from end to end of the road is simple enough not to get lost. In the Student Union building called the show feel free to College, enjoy the atmosphere
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  • 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! 🏒💞
  • Wish aviation wasn't so expensive.
  • I got both my BA and MBA here and have over a 3.5 in both. UND was ess than impressive. My friends here are amazing. Taking that out of the picture, I might have chosen a different university. The teachers: I would say half were amazing and half did not teach in a productive way. The good teachers were many times non-tenured and the poor teachers were tenured and could care less about getting to know students. I did have some amazing professors that I still keep in touch. Study Abroad: I knew I would do study abroad before I even accepted and when I went to visit the campus it seemed worth it. However, it was horrible and the staff in the Study Abroad center are no help at all. I was sent to my study abroad school without housing or the help needed. The sports: Only hockey is worth attending, both women's and men's in my opinion. The workout facility: The Wellness Center is amazing and offers great classes The weather: SO COLD! It stops snowing for a few weeks because it literally gets too cold to snow. The summer is great but everyone usually leaves so it gets lonely in the summer. The food on campus: There is a Sbarros and A&W. The food at the dining centers is average. I liked the salad bar and thought the hot food was good most days. The dorms: I got stuck with a horrible roommate my freshman year but was able to move out the next year and live with a friend. The city: Grand Forks is very boring until you turn 21 unless you like going to frats and getting caught drinking underage by the cops which frequently happens. You do become creative and play a lot of Cards Against Humanities. There are a lot of restaurants that are getting pretty good. However, no Chipotle.
  • 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!
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