The University Of North Dakota - Online & Distance Education

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International Students


With Online & Distance Education from the University of North Dakota, you can take a course or earn your degree from a major American university without needing to live on campus!

Tuition

For the majority of online courses, you will be charged the same rate of tuition (in USD) as a North Dakota student no matter where you live!*

This means that if you take online college credit courses, you may save more than 50% on your tuition compared to paying the non-resident tuition rate for on-campus classes.

*IMPORTANT! For select degree programs, tuition is based on your residency status. As an international student, you will be assessed the non-resident tuition rate (in USD). Please contact UND Online & Distance Education for more information.

Online Course Registration

Continuing Education (Non-Credit) Courses

You may register for online non-credit courses through UND Online & Distance Education. Simply find the course you want to take and click “Register Now.” The online registration form will lead you through the process step by step.

Online College Credit Courses

If you are not a current UND student, you may register for online courses through UND Online & Distance Education. Simply find the course you want to take and click “Register Now.” The online registration form will lead you through the process step by step. You will be assessed a 1-time, non-refundable admission fee of $35 (in USD).

You may take a maximum of 15 undergraduate credits or 9 graduate credits as a non-degree seeking student. If you plan to earn your degree from the University of North Dakota, you must apply for full admission as a degree-seeking student.

Full Admission to the University of North Dakota

If you received your formal schooling outside the U.S. or Canada, you will need to follow the admissions requirements for international students in order to be accepted to an academic degree or certificate program at the University of North Dakota.

Keep in mind, that some distance degree or certificate programs require minimal on-campus time. This may mean that you will need to travel to Grand Forks, North Dakota, in order to complete your program.

For detailed information on applying to UND as an international student, please visit the UND International Programs Web site.