As a North Dakota resident, you have a unique advocate in your corner, the Bank of North Dakota. No one else in the U.S. has a state-owned bank that creates programs to directly improve the lives of its citizens.

Bank of North Dakota’s mission since 1919 has been to “Promote agriculture, commerce and industry in North Dakota.” In order to fulfill this mission, a well-educated workforce is essential. That’s why we’ve worked so hard to develop meaningful, life-changing programs to help our residents achieve their higher education goals.

From cradle to career, we have something to help you meet your higher education goals, either personally or for your children and grandchildren. Make a smart move and take advantage of BND’s programs while maintaining the important banking relationship with your community bank for the rest of your needs.

DEAL One Refinancing

Consolidate ALL of your student loans, including federal student loans, into one easy monthly payment.
Interest rates for the DEAL One Loan through June 30, 2016; Fixed 4.71% APR* Variable: 2.13% APR*. Decrease interest rates another .25% with auto pay! No fees to refinance.

College SAVE

Use grants from BND to jumpstart your college savings with College SAVE, North Dakota’s 529 plan.
Earn up to $1,100 with College SAVE grants. Children FIRST gives $200 to every ND newborn. Four of five families qualify for Matching Grants, $300 per year for 1-3 years.

DEAL Student Loans

BND’s student loans bridge the gap when scholarships, savings, grants and federal student loans aren’t enough to cover the costs of college.
The DEAL Student Loan can be used for undergraduate and graduate classes at any accredited institution in the U.S.

College Planning Center

Whether determining a career path, figuring out the FAFSA or looking for scholarships, the College Planning Center is your trusted resource.
Take advantage of the College Planning Center resources to answer questions about all aspects of college. Complicated just got easy!
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