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Welcome to the UND School of Law
Thank you for your interest in the University of North Dakota School of Law. As you begin to learn more about us, you will quickly understand the unique features that make UND such a great place to study law.
We encourage you to spend time reviewing the information on our website, and to not hesitate to contact the Office of Admissions and Records by calling 1-800-CALL UND or (701) 777-2047 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org if you need any additional information. Our Director of Admissions and Records is Ben Hoffman, and he will be happy to assist you in any way he can.
Even more, I strongly encourage you to visit our law school and experience first-hand the welcoming and supportive environment in which we live and learn together. This is a wonderful place and we appreciate the interest that has led you to find out more about us.
Visit Law School
Visiting the UND School of Law
As a prospective law student, the best way to learn about our school is to come take a look for yourself. We are proud of the happenings at the School of Law, and we would enjoy the opportunity to show you why. Let us know and we will give you a personal tour, tailored to your individual needs.
Arrange Your Visit
To arrange your personalized tour just call 1-800-CALL UND or (701) 777-2047 or send an e-mail to email@example.com. Tours are available Monday through Friday, all year long.
How to Get to Campus
UND is located in the eastern part of the state on the North Dakota-Minnesota border. Grand Forks is accessible from Interstate 29 from the north and south and from Highway 2 from the east and west and is served by Delta, United and Allegiant Airlines as well as Amtrak train service. The law school building is located on Centennial Drive just off of University Avenue. You can also use the link below to get a printable map of the University of North Dakota.
Parking During Your Visit
When you arrive on campus please park in the parking ramp at the corner of Columbia Road and 2nd Avenue. The entrance to the ramp is on 2nd Avenue. Please pull a ticket as you enter the ramp and bring it with you to the Law School. We will validate your ramp ticket when your visit is complete.
Grand Forks Information
If you plan to stay in Grand Forks there are many hotels and motels available. The following links provide lodging information for the Grand Forks area, as well as things to do and see during your visit.
Students transferring into the UND School of Law will be given a class rank based on their cumulative GPA earned after completing one semester as a full-time student at the UND School of Law, and each semester thereafter. Cumulative GPA calculation will include all credits accepted from the transfer institution and all credits earned at the University of North Dakota School of Law and will be based on a 4.0 grading scale.
Transfer students from any law school must successfully complete the courses in the UND School of Law’s first-year curriculum and any other required courses or have successfully completed, as determined by the School of Law, substantially equivalent courses. Any courses not taken, including those deemed not substantially equivalent, must be completed after admission to the UND School of Law J.D. program.
What do you need to Transfer to UND Law?
- Copy of your Credential Assembly Service ReportFrom CAS or a copy from your application to your current law school
- Official Academic Transcript from your current law school
- Application for admission (including personal statement)
- Letter of Good Standing from your current law school
UND Law will accept applications after a student has successfully completed at least ONE semester at their current law school.
A final transcript and letter of good standing after your second semester is completed will be required to finalize the transfer process.
Applications will be reviewed on a first-come, first-served basis.
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