How Much Financial Assistance is Offered?
University of North Dakota's standard financial aid offer for new freshman students is $15,015. About 71.0% of incoming students obtain some financial aid, the majority of which is in the form of loans.
Financial aid helps lower the expense, or the "sticker" price of the college. However, be aware that the only real discounts off the cost of college are in the form of grants and scholarships.
We feel that loan debt really should be viewed as an "outcome" instead of "aid". Find more on student loan debt at UND.
How Much Is Available in Grants & Scholarships?
The next numbers refer to grants and scholarships largely provided by the school itself.
59.0% of first year students (1,132 total) were awarded scholarships at University of North Dakota, averaging $3,305 per student. This puts it in the bottom 40th percentile of all colleges in the nation.
As well as scholarships, 17.0% of first years (333 total) were awarded a federal grant, averaging $4,307 each.
See the usual volume of grants and scholarships freshmen get by studying the graph below.
Grants are usually need-based while scholarships are merit-based.
Amount of Aid By Income Level
Learn how much grant and scholarship assistance you may plan to get according to your earnings. The table below displays freshmen obtaining Title IV aid including PLUS loans.
|Income Level||Percent of Freshman||Average Assistance|
|Income 110k +||10.5%||$2,293|
The graph above displays undergrads who are obtaining Title IV aid which is federal assistance from the government in the form of loans, grants or work-study. Learn more.
Grants & Scholarships for All Undergrads Is $5,153
Of the 11,255 undergrads at University of North Dakota about 52.0% (5,873 in total) get some sort of grant aid. The average amount given was $5,153.
University of North Dakota Financial Aid Information
|Financial Aid Department Website||und.edu/admissions/financial-aid/|
|Net Price Calculator||und.edu/admissions/financial-aid/financial-aid-estimator/index.php|