College Senior 2013-12-13T04:29:45Z
Haven't lived on campus for a while
College Senior 2013-12-13T04:26:09Z
super cold and with with occasional flooding
College Junior 2013-12-08T21:57:00Z
Transportation is individual. I have not seen much public transportation while limited time on campus in the summer.
College Junior 2013-12-08T21:54:27Z
The school is great about expressing drug and alcohol free environment.
College Junior 2013-12-08T21:53:31Z
Not familiar with Greek Life.
College Junior 2013-12-08T21:51:25Z
Cannot say I have eaten on campus, however I have heard it is fairly good.
College Junior 2013-12-08T21:50:27Z
It is typical nightlife. Not a huge party town, which is fine for the purpose of the college.
College Junior 2013-12-08T21:49:19Z
Overall the school is great, convienent for the online students. Could work on more availability of classes for the online students. Some classes are not available for years, which makes it difficult to schedule other classes needing to take.
College Junior 2013-12-08T21:47:51Z
Not the best, and not the worst.
College Junior 2013-12-08T21:45:58Z
Wifi could use work but overall good.
College Junior 2013-12-08T21:43:58Z
Would give more stars, however funding for a senior should not be capped.
College Junior 2013-12-08T21:42:57Z
Great options, could be more variety but considering small town, it works.
College Junior 2013-12-08T21:41:49Z
Strickness is important and necessary evil.
College Sophomore 2013-12-03T23:19:37Z
Parties are ongoing at UND. It is not impossible to find a house and/or dorm party at least 4 to 5 nights a week. Frat houses are usually the places to go for the underage nightlife. The younger crowd bar scene is not ideal with about 5 or 6 bars downtown, but they are always busy and fun. Transportation to and from the bars is fairly easy, with different taxi service that will even drive your car home for you!
College Sophomore 2013-12-03T23:14:48Z
Although a car would not be necessary on campus, the parking is not ideal. Parking permits are fairly expensive, with few spots available. Fines are usually $20.00.
College Sophomore 2013-12-03T23:12:13Z
The mode of transportation most commonly used at UND is the bus. Each student is able to take the bus for free. There are many stops on campus with a bus stopping within every ten minutes. Additionally, students are given discount passes to the city taxis as well as free passes for the city bus. Within Grand Forks there are quite a few public buses, as well as trains, and an airport for long distance traveling.
College Sophomore 2013-12-03T23:08:12Z
I do not have many complaints about the dining on campus. There are three main dining halls on campus, along with a food court, and small vendors in various areas around campus. Each dining hall has a large variety of options and high quality of food. Personally, I enjoy all of the homemade side salads available in each hall. The staff at all three of the services are friendly and welcoming. Each student with a meal plan are also given "dining dollars" which can be spent on specialty items in various stores on campus.
College Sophomore 2013-12-03T23:03:05Z
I cannot say enough wonderful things about my Occupational Therapy program. Although the workload is challenging, it is not impossible. I can honestly say that each and every professor is looking out for the students. They want us to succeed and are willing to take extra time out of their days to aid us in our problems. There a quite a bit of unique opportunities within our program. For example, it is a requirement within the program to partake in the Student Occupational Therapy Association. This group requires us to partake in and create community and school-wide functions to better involve us within the area and to increase our leadership skills. The program is also unique in that the students are required to partake in various experiences in fieldwork throughout the tri-state area. We are given opportunities to go to five different one-week experiences as well as two three-month clinical experiences. I am thankful to be given these opportunities to better learn about my profession and to be a more rounded entry-level therapist.
College Sophomore 2013-12-03T23:03:05Z
I am extremely happy with my program. After changing majors a total of seven times, I feel I have finally found what I was meant to do. Of course I wish I would have figured out my niche in a shorter amount of time, but I am lucky that I did find it and was qualified enough to make it into the program. My future career goals are to become an Occupational Therapist with an emphasis on hand therapy and lymphedema. I would prefer to work in a rehabilitation setting, preferably working with veterans and adults with physical disabilities. The only concern I would have about finding a job in the field would be to find a job within my specific interests. It would not be difficult to find an entry-level position, although it may not be in the areas I wish to specifically focus on.
College Sophomore 2013-12-03T22:50:56Z
North Dakota is not a considerably diverse state in general, which reflects the lack of diversity on the campus. Most of the students are white, of Christian background, moderate socioeconomic background, and heterosexual. Although there has been a push for more diversity in the area, it is not common for an "outside" or someone who is not of the norm to be accepted by the community. A greater need for open-mindedness and acceptance is necessary within this community along with a push for more diversity in all aspects of the word.
College Sophomore 2013-12-01T01:33:33Z
I recieved aid through the federal government, but nothing from UND. I'm very disappointed by their availability of scholarships.
College Sophomore 2013-12-01T01:31:33Z
There could be more areas to hang out with fun things to do.
College Sophomore 2013-12-01T01:28:07Z
Campus has a lot of parking though the closest areas fill up fast in the morning. People complain about the parking a lot but the University provides a lot of space for cars compared to other schools I've visited.
College Sophomore 2013-12-01T01:18:27Z
The area really isnt made for college students. The local activities are focused at families with younger kids. Any event worth going to is usually held by UND. The bars downtown are ok.
College Sophomore 2013-11-14T17:54:35Z
have to be accepted by und then apply to your program and be accepted.
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