Email 12: June 24, 2022
Happy Friday, Class of 2025 – a few items of interest for this week:
- Registration – if you have not yet registered for Fall 2022 classes, please do so by July 1. You will need to claim your IdM account in order to register (you can find information on that process in previous weekly emails), and you’ll also need your IdM credentials to access additional information you’ll need to review prior to Orientation (more information on those resources to follow).
- BankMobile – You may have received or will be receiving information about Bankmobile (UND’s Refund
Servicer). We received the following information from One Stop Student Services:
- To Set Up Your Refund Preference:
- Log into Campus Connection
- Click the Financial Account tile
- Select Direct Deposit
- Authorize Duo Push and select UND. You will be re-directed to the BankMobile website
- To Set Up Your Refund Preference:
- Services/Resources – School of Law students have access to several services on UND’s Campus and in the
community. I’ve highlighted several below:
- Emotional Wellness – UND offers a variety of ways to support you as a student through the University Counseling Center.
- Health Wellness – Student Health Services is located on campus to provide students with a variety of medical care services and includes an on-campus pharmacy.
- Physical Wellness – The UND Wellness Center offers a variety of programs including group exercise classes, personal training sessions, cooking classes, intramural sports and equipment rentals through The Outpost.
- Social Wellness – UND School of Law encourages student involvement among our student organizations and law school sports.
- Spiritual Wellness – Find information on community places of worship, religious and spiritual observances, and spiritual locations on campus.
- Student Diversity & Inclusion – To foster a community with different perspectives identities, cultures, and ideas, Diversity & Inclusion offers a variety resources, trainings, mentorship, leadership opportunities, and events.
- Tech Support, Software & Apps – UND offers a wealth of tech support, software, apps & more for students. You can find the School of Law’s technology requirements for students here.
- U Card – The U Card is more than just a picture of you! Your U Card can be used in the community, too!
- Public Transportation – Driving to campus is not the only way to get to UND School of Law. Campus Shuttle and Cities Area Transit are available too.
- SafeCampus App – Allows for students, staff, faculty, and parents to access up-to-date emergency preparedness procedures and other campus information on a smart device, even if you lose WiFi or cellular connection. Users can receive push notification alerts; get step-by-step actions for specific situations such as fire, severe weather and other emergencies; and make one tap calls to key contacts. An incident reporting feature allows members of the campus community to provide information on hazardous conditions; ask questions; seek help; and link reports to a GPS locator and add photo attachments. The app also houses a variety of images, training videos, helpful links, resources and attachments. SafeCampus can be downloaded from the Apple App Store or Google Play.
- Ask EDNA! - the Education Network at AccessLex (Ask EDNA!) is your one-stop shop to access MAX by AccessLex®, the personal finance program for law students, as well as all-new student success
and bar success tools. To access these resources:
- Register for your free account at AskEDNA.AccessLex.org now to enter MAX by AccessLex® and sign up for live events and one-on-one financing coaching with Accredited Financial Counselors®.
- Complete the “Financial Foundations” course and gain entries to the annual MAX scholarship drawings.
- AccessLex wanted to make it easier for students to find money that’s already available to help pay for law school and lower their student loan burdens. So they did it! The AccessLex Law School Scholarship Databank is now available! The Databank includes scholarships for incoming and returning law students or towards bar study costs. It’s the most comprehensive list of scholarships out there that's designed specifically for law students and those interested in a law career. Check it out today!
Take care and have a great weekend!!
Brad Parrish, J.D., Ph.D.
Assistant Dean for Student Services
University of North Dakota School of Law
School of Law, Room 140E
215 Centennial Drive Stop 9003
Grand Forks, ND 58202-9003