University of North Dakota


Thursday, April 4

Dirty 30 Climbing Competition: Early Bird Registration

The Dirty 30 Climbing Competition is BACK!! Dirty 30 is a bouldering competition for UND students and community members alike. Climbers can compete in...


School of Graduate Studies sponsored event for enrolled graduate students. *Student ID Required.

Wake Up & Cycle

Area: Group Exercise Activity: Cycling Level II Jump-start your morning with us and cycle your way to a great day. Indoor cycling with motivating...

Sunrise Yoga

Area: Group Exercise Activity: Yoga Level 1 Combine balance, flexibility, coordination, and strength to welcome in the day with this flow yoga class. ...

Second International Conference on Astronomy, Astrophysics & Astrobiology

Conference Series LLC Ltd invites participants from all over the world to attend “ 2nd International Conference on Astronomy, Astrophysics & Astrobiology”...

American Indian Public Health Day

NDSU's American Indian Public Health Resource Center has invited UND students to call into an event they are hosting on Thursday April 4th. Jeff Davis,...

Red River Trio at Thursday Music Club Concert

UND music presents the music of the Red River Trio at the Trinity Free Church

Spilling the Tea with Health & Wellness Promotion

CVIC at UND, It's On Us Student Org and Health & Wellness Promotion will be talking about sexual assault prevention and what do in the bystander role.

Vinyasa Yoga

Area: Group Exercise Activity: Yoga Level I Sanskrit for flow, move in and out of different postures utilizing strength and flexibility. Leave this class...

Night Ride

Area: Group Exercise Activity: Cycling Level II End your busy day with a relaxing, fun, and effective late-night ride. Together you travel on flat roads,...

A Few Good Men, by Aaron Sorkin at Fire Hall Theatre

Can you handle the truth? Find out when you see this dramatic play. *Contains strong language. Not intended for children.

All-Studio Voice Recital

UND Music presents a recital featuring the voice studios of UND. Free and open to public

Thursday, April 4