University of North Dakota
The University of North Dakota (UND) was founded in 1883, making it the oldest and largest university in North Dakota. It was originally established as a university preparatory school. In the present day, the University of North Dakota (UND) proudly occupies a thriving campus spanning 521 acres, cementing its position as the largest educational facility in the state. UND has distinguished itself as a leader in several key domains, including engineering, medicine, aviation, space studies, and unmanned aircraft systems. This growth underscores its unwavering commitment to academic excellence and its relentless pursuit of pioneering research and advancements within these specialized fields.
UND has produced notable alumni in various fields, including astronaut Karen Nyberg, former U.S. Senator Byron Dorgan, and author Louise Erdrich.
#301-350 US UNI (universities) by QS World Rankings
#250 in the US by the U.S News & World Report