College Resources for Parents and Students

Bank of North Dakota (BND) offers student loans during college and to refinance afterward.

Calculators

Bank of North Dakota has a variety of calculators that can be used when making financial decisions.

In 2020, Bank of North Dakota and its partners will host all of their career and college planning events on Career Compass. Students and their parents can register for events and explore career opportunities, whether entering the workforce, the military, an apprenticeship or college after high school graduation

For students in grades 7-12 and their parents, Career Discovery ND is a series of presentations and career-focused discussions to discover different career paths and prepare for life after high school.

When seniors apply to a North Dakota college during their school’s College Application Month event, Bank of North Dakota pays one $35 application fee per student. Learn more.

This easy-to-read online guide helps students navigate through their freshman to senior year of high school as they prepare for college.

The state-sponsored 529 plan to help families save for college tax-free, College SAVE offers match programs for every newborn in North Dakota and for four of five North Dakota families.

BND covers the cost of up to two college courses per school year for high school sophomores, juniors and seniors who participate in Free or Reduced Price Lunch. Learn more.

Like our BND Facebook page to receive the most recent scholarship, student loan and college planning information. Staci and Amanda discuss a topic relevant to planning for college weekly.

The excellent resources on our Financial Literacy page provide guidance and lesson plans on money management topics geared to a variety of audiences.

BND serves as an administrator of the North Dakota Dollars for Scholars and supports local chapters. Learn more.

This online tool assists students in planning for high school courses, for college, career and financial aid.

The Why Apply website is geared toward Native American students who are considering college.