Services within the Memorial Union
During this transitional period, many services will be relocating to other buildings throughout the 2019 Spring Semester. Please refer to the Memorial Union Relocation page for service location changes as they occur.
CVIC at UND
Food for Thought Food Pantry
Food For Thought
provides nonperishable food items and personal hygiene products to students in need.
Green Room - Bookstore
The Green Room is your one stop shop for school supplies and UND Fighting Hawks gear!
Get specialized international help while you're at UND.
RELOCATED TO AMERICAN INDIAN CENTER. Student Diversity & Inclusion staff provide academic, financial, personal, and social support services to enhance student success.
Office of Student Rights & Responsibilities
RELOCATED TO MCCANNEL 280. The University of North Dakota Office of Student Rights & Responsibilities provides general advisement and campus consultation, student disciplinary services, coordination for referrals and services for students in crisis or in need, and assistance in problem solving or identifying appropriate services.
One-Stop Student Services
RELOCATED TO TWAMLEY 204. One-Stop combines most payment, financial aid, personal information and degree-related functions into a single location.
The Campus Post Office provides stamps, envelopes, mailbox rental, FedEx and UPS services, and more.
The Pride Center is committed to enriching the campus experience and providing support for student diversity in the areas of sexual orientation and gender identity.
Scheduling & Event Services
Hosting an event on campus? Call 701.777.4321 to schedule your event or reserve space in the Union.
Student Government is the main representative body for all undergraduate and graduate students at UND.
Student Involvement & Parent Programs
RELOCATED TO WILKERSON 111 AND AVAILABLE IN THE LOWER LEVEL OF THE MU. Stop by the Student Involvement & Parent Programs Office to learn how you can get involved on campus and take part in campus programs.
Walk in tech support and computer lab.
Set up a consultation to discuss your unique financial situation with a TIAA consultant.
Get your UND ID card at the U Card Office. Your ID card provides access to many campus buildings, library resource materials, printing funds, as well as entrance to the wellness center, dining services and all athletic events.
University Catering provides food service to university sponsored functions on campus