Standard mandatory notice and consent provisions for all North Dakota University System Information System User Agreements


By agreeing to this document, you acknowledge and consent that when you access the North Dakota University System information systems:


  • You agree to access the following categories of records to be provided electronically may include:


    • Registration Documents: including but not limited to view class schedule, searching for classes, adding/dropping classes, view grades, view degree progress report, FERPA Release Requests, graduation applications, ordering official transcripts, change address, change phone number, update emergency contacts, release of information to third parties, and student enrollment verification request forms.


    • Admission Documents: including but not limited to applications for admission, admissions offer acceptance.


    • Financial Aid Documents: including but not limited to view financial aid award notification and award summary, accepting/declining financial aid awards, determine what additional documents you may need to submit to apply for aid, sign loan promissory notes and entrance loan counseling, sign short term loan application and promissory note, view student loan summary, calculate and estimate of your university bill, submit student employment applications.


    • Student Accounts Documents: including but not limited to setting up student account payment plans, viewing student account balances, view and pay tuition bill, authorization to use federal Title IV financial aid funds for non-allowable charges, select refund preference, view and print current and past 1098-T forms, add an authorized user pay to your account.


      • I understand and agree that by giving my consent to this Agreement, I also consent to receive my 1098T tax statement electronically (if I meet the requirements to receive a statement).


      • I understand that my consent is not required as a condition of enrollment or attendance, and if I do not consent, I will receive a paper copy of my 1098T statement by mail to my address of record. The consent that I give will apply to every year the statement is furnished.


      • I understand that I may withdraw my consent at any time, but that I must do so prior to December 31 in order to automatically receive a paper statement for that year’s taxes.


      • To withdraw my consent, I understand that I must provide a written withdrawal (electronically or on paper) to my institution at the contact information below; I agree that my institution shall provide confirmation of withdrawal by the same method I provided the withdrawal (electronically or on paper). I understand that once I have given consent, my statement will be provided electronically until I revoke that consent or the North Dakota University System determines, in its discretion, that future statements will not be provided electronically.


      • To update my contact information, I understand that I must update my e-mail and address and phone number in Campus Connection.


      • My statement will be provided in .pdf format, which requires Adobe Reader or similar software to access. Adobe Reader may be downloaded at this link.


      • I understand that if I give consent to receive my statement electronically, I may receive a paper copy of the consent by contacting my institution at the following contact information.














    • Housing Documents: including but not limited to request or submit a housing application.


    • Miscellaneous Documents: including but not limited to receipt of consumer information about the University, any disclosure, consent, waiver, release, notice or payment reminder that would normally be delivered in writing that may be required by law or regulation.


It is your right to receive paper records and withdraw consent to receive electronic records at a later date. To withdraw consent, contact the Registrars Office, you will need to come to campus during normal business hours to conduct college business in-person. You may also experience delays due to processing paperwork.