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UND students eligible for Pride Card refund

GRAND FORKS, N.D. — Some University of North Dakota students have the opportunity to collect on a $15 million settlement with the bank card company used by the university.

Website says UND among most affordable colleges

GRAND FORKS, N.D. - Great Value Colleges has named the University of North Dakota in Grand Forks one of the 50 most affordable colleges for international students.

Lawsuit: Globe University misled students about job prospects

MINNEAPOLIS – Woodbury, Minn.-based Globe University misled students in its criminal justice programs about their career prospects, Minnesota Attorney General Lori Swanson said in a lawsuit against the for-profit school.

Committee favors tuition freeze for 2-year colleges in ND

GRAND FORKS, N.D. – A North Dakota legislative committee on Tuesday recommended that lawmakers fund a tuition freeze at the state’s two-year colleges but left out four-year campuses.

Higher Education Funding Committee reviews costs of limiting increases

GRAND FORKS, N.D. - North Dakota legislative officials are once again looking at how much it would cost to freeze tuition.

U of M Crookston seeks entrepreneurs, small businesses for project partnership

Entrepreneurs and small business owners can receive valuable assistance through an opportunity offered by the Center for Rural Entrepreneurial Studies (CRES) at the University of Minnesota Crookston.

Minn. for-profit college chain under fire

EAGAN, Minn. – A chain of for-profit colleges has been ordered to stop enrolling Minnesota students in the wake of a federal investigation expected to result in the sale or closure of its schools.

NDSCS proposes $65M expansion of Fargo center

NDSCS proposes $65M expansion of Fargo center

FARGO, N.D. – The North Dakota State College of Science is outgrowing its Fargo campus and administrators are proposing an expanded center at a new location

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SD's DWU partner recognized for work in STEM education

MITCHELL, S.D. - The Partnering Anthropology with Science and Technology Foundation, a nonprofit organization committed to redesigning education in America and also a partner with Dakota Wesleyan University to offer a master’s in science, technology, engineering and math education, was recently recognized by President Bill Clinton during his opening remarks at the Clinton Global Initiative America 2014 event for its innovative and successful approach to providing STEM professional development for teachers.

UND students, allies say they want a university district

UND students, allies say they want a university district

GRAND FORKS, N.D. - University of North Dakota senior Nick Creamer got a ticket for violating Grand Forks’ noise ordinance one night after some friends wrestled on the lawn of his fraternity house. He got his other ticket after some friends hung out on the front porch of the house.

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First shale core samples drilled by School of Mines

First shale core samples drilled by School of Mines

RAPID CITY, S.D. – Drilling began last week for the first shale samples to be analyzed in a range of advanced laboratory tests that could ultimately lead to enhanced energy production, carbon dioxide sequestration, underground hydrocarbon storage and waste disposal.

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Erickson made EERC Interim Director

GRAND FORKS, N.D. - Tom Erickson has been named Interim Director at the University of North Dakota's Energy and Environmental Research Center in Grand Forks.

UND president gets 1-year contract

UND president gets 1-year contract

GRAND FORKS, N.D. - University of North Dakota President Robert Kelley has had his contract extended one year by the State Board of Higher Education.

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UND, NDSU contest parts of audit findings

BISMARCK – North Dakota’s two biggest universities don’t do enough to make sure students accurately report their residency status, the State Auditor’s Office found.

Former NDSU provosts still among top earners on campus

Former NDSU provosts still among top earners on campus

FARGO, N.D. – At North Dakota State University in Fargo, the position of provost is a demanding one. As the school’s second-in-command, the provost oversees other top administrators and carries out the president’s vision for the university.

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