University of North Dakota

Gorecki Alumni Center

3501 University Ave, Grand Forks, ND 58202

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Upcoming Events

Winter Eternal Flame

Learn more about the various aerospace programs including Aviation, Unmanned Aircraft Systems and Atmospheric Science. You'll tour the airport and see UND's...

2/22 8 am
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Join Yusef Salaam and Raymond Santana of The Exonerated Five in a moderated conversation by Dr. Tamba-Kuii Bailey. The Exonerated Five, known for decades...

3/4 5 pm
Helen Hamilton Day Dinner

Law Women's Caucus is thrilled to be hosting our annual Helen Hamilton Day Dinner on March 5, 2020 to celebrate the first woman to graduate from the...

3/5 5:30 pm
Eternal Flame

Tour the engineering complex and visit with faculty members and students to learn more about the exceptional programs in engineering and geology available at...

3/7 8 am
Medium Melinda Vail

Don’t miss your chance to see Phoenix’s #1 medium and spirituality coach, Melinda Vail, live at University of North Dakota. Learn about spirituality and...

3/26 6 pm

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Amelia Indvik

Amelia Indvik left a positive review 1/12/2020

Very helpful with knowing expectations and finding my way around the campus.

Teagan Kadrmas

Teagan Kadrmas left a positive review 1/12/2020

I met many new students like myself and got to tour the campus. I was initially scared to start at UND, but now I feel at home

Barry Branvold

Barry Branvold left a negative review 4/1/2018

I was disappointed that teams were asked different questions. I was also disappointed they used Trivial Pursuit questions. Trivial Pursuit questions are written by 2 Canadians who do not always do accurate research. There was a question Monday night about the active branches of the military. When The chief officer of the Grand Forks Air Base said 4, he was correct in that the Army, Navy, Air Force and Coast Guard are the main branches with the Marines a branch of the Navy. The organization hosting the event could get someone to write questions for all teams to answer the same block of questions, and have a fair competition. They could also open the event to more teams from the community and UND, rather than limiting the teams to 4 that were invited. If the trivia is truly UND and Grand Forks, It could have more groups from each. The host did a good job and organization seemed to be prepared. There were times when I, as an audience member could not hear answers that were not repeated by the host. The host attempted to include audience members but sometimes he failed. The format and participation could be greatly improved.