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  • North Dakota University System: Paying for College : EDUCATIONAL COSTS IN NORTH DAKOTA
    nonresident students are granted resident status which can substantially lower tuition costs To find out if you might qualify for resident status review the questions on the Application for Resident Status NDUS Application for Resident Student Status Revised May 2013 document File Size 57 13 kb Bismarck State College Tuition per credit rate is 119 22 fees are capped at 12 credit hours per semester Fees 742 80 Room average rate Double 2 521 Single 3 564 Meal Plan 10 meals Standard week 3 270 15 meals Gold week 4 630 Books Est 1 200 Dakota College at Bottineau Tuition 3 384 Fees 796 72 Room Double 2 507 Single 3 475 Meal Plan 15 week 3 538 19 week 3 979 Books Est 1 200 Dickinson State University Tuition 5 013 Fees 1 159 50 Room Double 2 520 Single 3 500 Meal Plan 3 450 unlimited includes 50 flex cash 1 158 65 meal plan Books Est 1 200 Lake Region State College Tuition 3 261 Fees 876 72 Room Double 2 230 Single 3 310 Meal Plan 10 week Silver 3 100 with 100 RBucks 15 week Gold 3 612 with 150 RBucks 17 week Platinum 3 730 with 150 RBucks 18 week Diamond 3 825 with 200 RBucks Books Est 1 200 Mayville State University Tuition 4 930 Fees 1 450 22 includes 249 computer and 492 technology fees Room Double 2 146 Single 3 072 Meal Plan 5 week 1 768 50 flex cash 10 week 3 536 200 flex cash 14 week 3 758 200 flex cash Books Est 1 200 Minot State University Tuition 5 066 Fees 1 325 14 Room average rate Double 2 194 Single 3 743 Meal Plan Unlimited Silver 3 636 Unlimited Gold 3 688 Unlimited Platinum 3 814

    Original URL path: http://www.ndus.edu/students/paying-for-college/educational-costs/default.asp?ID=431 (2016-02-15)
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  • North Dakota University System: Paying for College : Applying for Financial Aid
    College Access Video Series Ebola Prevention Information NDUS Home Students Paying for College Applying for Financial Aid Applying for Financial Aid It takes time and patience but applying for financial aid can pay off in big savings on tuition and fees Funds can be limited so it s important to apply early Three key steps Apply for admission to the college or university of your choice As soon after Jan

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  • North Dakota University System: Paying for College : North Dakota Grants & Scholarships
    required Please complete the application form with the ND Department of Public Instruction return to top North Dakota Indian Scholarships Amount Students can earn up to 2 000 in scholarship funding per year Recipients must maintain GPAs of 2 0 or higher Who is eligible Applicants must be North Dakota residents and enrolled members of federally recognized Indian tribe They must be accepted for admission by a North Dakota institution of higher learning or state vocational education program and be enrolled as full time students Scholarships are based on unmet need as well as merit Students with a cumulative GPA of 2 0 3 499 must show unmet need to qualify Students with a cumulative GPA of 3 50 or high can qualify based on merit How to apply Download the 2015 16 application form or request an application from North Dakota University System 701 224 2648 return to top North Dakota Scholars Program This program provides merit based full tuition scholarships to qualifying North Dakota high school graduates who choose to earn undergraduate degrees in North Dakota Amount The amount of the scholarship is equal to the tuition rate charged at the scholar s institution not to exceed the highest regular resident undergraduate tuition rate in the North Dakota University System Scholars may receive the award for nor more than eight semesters or twelve quarters of full time undergraduate study or until the attainment of a baccalaureate degree whichever occurs first Stipends may be awarded in an amount not to exceed two thousand dollars annually Scholarships and stipends if awarded will be sent directly to the institution the student is attending Who is eligible for consideration High school students who score at or above the ninety fifth percentile among those who took the ACT prior to July 1st in the calendar year preceding the individual s enrollment in college will be considered for the award Students will be awarded in descending rank order until available funds are expended or until the pool of applicants has been exhausted Additional eligibility information is available in NDUS Procedure 500 2 How to apply Take the ACT Assessment prior to July 1 in the calendar year preceding the student s full time enrollment in college No separate application is required return to top North Dakota State Student Incentive Grant Program Also known as the State Grant Program this program provides non repayable grants to North Dakota residents who are first time undergraduate students and who attend qualifying North Dakota public private or tribal colleges Amount North Dakota State Grants award up to 975 per semester or 650 per quarter based on enrollment status Students may reapply each year by completing a Free Application for Federal Student Aid Eligibility is limited to eight semesters or twelve quarters of full time equivalent undergraduate enrollment or the attainment of a baccalaureate degree whichever comes first Who is eligible North Dakota resident applicants must have graduated from a high school in this state What you need to

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  • North Dakota University System: Students : Academic Calendar
    Campuses Student Exchange Reciprocity Programs Military Veterans Families International Students Paying for College Tuition and Fee Estimator Student Safety Academic Calendar Student Health Insurance Plan Student Voting Information College Access Video Series Ebola Prevention Information NDUS Home Students Academic Calendar Academic Calendar All North Dakota University System institutions follow the same beginning and ending semester dates which makes it easier to transfer between campuses The common calendar also makes it

    Original URL path: http://www.ndus.edu/students/academic-calendar/default.asp?ID=420 (2016-02-15)
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