Campus Support & Resources
UND provides resources and services for students, employees, and applicants.
Supportive Resources and Services
If you feel uncomfortable traveling across campus, you may use the UND Safety Escort Service to escort you to your destination on campus or locations near campus. This free service is available 24 hours a day by the University Police Department.
Courtesy Transportation for Student Mobility Concerns
If a student has a temporary disability, injury, or mobility concern they can contact Office of Student Rights and Responsibilities to discuss courtesy transportation options on campus.
Students who need assistance with academic adjustments related to pregnancy or childbirth may contact the Equal Opportunity & Title IX to learn about your options.
Employees and Applicants
Empolyees and applicants may contact Human Resources to learn about accommodations, family medical leave, and other options that may be available.
Qualified individuals with disabilities are entitled to reasonable accommodations in employment and academic settings.
Students may contact the Office of Student Rights & Responsibilities for adjustments or assistance due to temporary medical conditions or hospitalizations.
Employees may request disability accommodations through the Workplace Accommodation Request Form.
Applicants for employment may request an accommodation for the application or interview process by contacting Human Resources and Payroll Services.
Students, employees, and applicants may contact the offices of Equal Opportunity & Title IX to request religious accommodations,
Whether you are a student, staff, or faculty member, UND has supportive measures available to support you if you have experienced sexual misconduct, discrimination, or harassment or are involved in a misconduct grievance process.
Examples of supportive measures include:
- Information about your rights and reporting options
- Changes in class or work schedules, housing, dining, or parking
- Campus escorts from UPD
- Leaves of absence
- Special circumstance withdrawals
- Increased security and monitoring
- Referrals to confidential advisors, mental health counseling, or other providers
- Mutual no contact directives
University Counseling Center
The University Counseling Center offers confidential in-person and tele-mental health counseling services for UND students that are enrolled in the current semester.
- Individual Counseling
- Emergency Counseling Sessions
- Groups and Workshops
- Personal Evaluations
- Substance Use Services:
- Prime for Life
- Alcohol and Drug Evaluations
- Level 1 Outpatient Treatment
Request a counseling session | 701.777.2127
Student Health Services
Student Health Services (SHS) specializes in medical and psychiatric care for college students in a comfortable, non-judgmental environment. Student Health Services providers are seeing patients in person or through virtual (Telemedicine) appointments. Services include:
- Aviation Physicals
- General Medical Care
- Psychiatry and Mental Health Services
- Immunization and TB Screenings
- Pre-Travel Consultations
- Sexual Health
- STD Testing
Schedule an appointment | 701.777.4500
Employee Assistance Program
The Employee Assistance Program (EAP) is a confidential assessment/counseling/referral service that can help you and members of your household with counseling services. UND’s EAP is managed through the Village Family Service Center. When you or members of your household contact the Village, a trained professional will assess the situation and provide the assistance needed to resolve it. This may include personal contacts with the counselor and/or referral to a professional who is specially trained in your area of difficulty. All contact with the Village is confidential.
Available counseling areas include:
- Relationship Issues
- Drug and Alcohol Abuse
- Workplace Issues
- Financial Counseling and Legal Consultation
- Emotional Health
Request an Appointment | 1.800.627.82220
CVIC at UND
A community-based nonprofit organization, the Community Violence Intervention Center (CVIC) has partnered with UND to offer support services to students and employees who have been impacted by intimate partner violence, sexual assault, harassment, and stalking
Request a Meeting | 701.746.8900
Office of Student Rights and Responsibilities
UND’s Office of Student Rights and Responsibilities (OSRR) supports the campus learning environment and contributes to student learning and the overall safety and civility of the community.
- General advisement and campus consultation
- Student disciplinary services
- Assist in problem solving or identify appropriate services
- Late drop/withdrawal requests
UND Safety & Wellness Apps
UND Wellbeing brings together a wide range of tools, resources, and strategies to help you implement healthy habits, improve your wellbeing and monitor your progress
UND SafeCampus sends you important safety alerts and provide instant access to campus safety resources.