Consumer Information and the ABA 509 Standards

The American Bar Association's Standards and Rules of Procedure for Approval of Law Schools include Standard 509, requiring website publication of consumer information for the benefit of current and potential law students. Please see below for links to the Standard 509-compliant information:

Consumer Information
(admissions; financial; enrollment; faculty/staff; class size; bar passage)
ABA Standard 509 Report for 2017
ABA Standard 509 Report for 2016
ABA Standard 509 Report for 2015
ABA Standard 509 Report for 2014
ABA Standard 509 Report for 2013

Financial Aid, Tuition, Fees and Additional Costs
UND Office of Financial Aid
Law School Tuition and Fees (click link then Law School tab)
Additional Costs - Housing, Books and Personal Spending
Scholarships
Statement on Conditional Scholarships

Housing on the UND Campus
UND Housing

UND Law School Faculty and Administration
Deans, Full-time, Visiting and Affiliated Faculty
Administration

Curricular Offerings
Class descriptions
Joint Degree Programs

Certificate Programs
Indian Law Certificate
U.S. Air Transportation Policy Certificate

Academic Calendar
Academic calendar
Term Deadlines - please see Law only deadlines

Academic Requirements
Degree requirements
Academic Disqualification and Grievances - click link and see Section II E

Library Resources
Thormodsgard Law Library homepage

ABA Employment Outcomes
ABA Employment Summary for 2017
ABA Employment Summary for 2016
ABA Employment Summary for 2015
ABA Employment Summary for 2014
ABA Employment Summary for 2013

NALP Employment Summary
2016
2015
2014
2013
2012

Transfer Students, Credit Transfer and Visiting Students
Policy regarding transfer of credits - click link and see Section III

Contact Information for the Council
American Bar Association

Policy and Reports
Annual Security Report (Jeanne Clery Act)
UND Law School Honor Code
Nondiscrimination Policy
Harassment, Discrimination and Retaliation

University of North Dakota Refund Policy
Cancellation/Withdrawal Policy
Dropping a Course and Withdrawal Policies