The institution is known for being a somewhat selective school. The institution receives roughly 5,020 applications every admission cycle. The overall acceptance rate is around 82 percent which equals 4,128 students who passed the admission process of the school. However, when the term begins, only about 1,800 or 44% of the students will have chosen the University of North Dakota as their school of choice. Based on the institution’s application data, 55% of the students were men while 44% were women, however, after receiving the acceptance letter, only 46 percent of the women decided to study at the University of North Dakota as compared to 53 percent of men who decided to enroll.

Applicants are requested to submit their ACT or SAT scores to the University of North Dakota when filling out the application. Often, an ACT score between 21 - 27 or an SAT score between 980 - 1,230 is the range that students have greater chances to be accepted. This institution also allows submissions of Advanced Placement (AP) credits, Credit for life experiences, and Dual credit. the University of North Dakota’s undergraduate application fee is $35. To apply at the University of North Dakota, you are required to present these required documents: ACT/SAT scores, Completion of college-preparatory program, Secondary school GPA, and a Secondary school record.

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Student ACT Scores

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75th %



Student SAT Scores

25th %
75th %



First-Year Admission Statistics

Application, Acceptance, Enrollment Statistics from the 2018 Admissions Cycle
Applications
5,021
Male 2,774
Female 2,247

 

Acceptance
4,128
Male 2,218
Female 1,910

 

Enrollment Total
1,835
Male 974
Female 861


Acceptance Rate
82.2%
Male
80%
Female
85%

 

Yield
44.5%
Male
43.9%
Female
45.1%


Application Fees and Other Information

Application Fees

Undergraduate

$35


Graduate

$35



Credit from AP or Pre-college classes

  • Advanced Placement (AP) credits
  • Credit for life experiences
  • Dual credit

    Admission considerations

    Required

    Admission test scores
    Completion of college-preparatory program
    Secondary school GPA
    Secondary school record
    TOEFL (Test of English as a Foreign Language)



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