University of North Dakota

The University of North Dakota office of Extended Learning is excited to announce our partnership with Continuing Education Associates (CEA) to offer continuing education opportunities to teachers! CEA offers more than 50 online courses to help you achieve success in your classroom and career. Join educators nationwide who make Continuing Education Associates and the University of North Dakota their first choice for professional development graduate credits.

An affordable and accessible way to earn professional development credits, classes range between 1-3 graduate credits. Focus area’s include:

For more information and to enroll visit Continuing Education Associates website directly. Make sure to choose UND approved courses.

UND annually serves more than 4,500 school administrators, teachers and other school professionals.

CEA courses are approved for Graduate Professional Development credit through UND's College of Education and Human Development, and regionally accredited through the National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education (NCATE) and the Higher Learning Commission of the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools.


Contact Information

Telephone: 1.800.CALL.UND (toll free)

University of North Dakota
Professional Development for Educators
3264 Campus Road, Gustafson Hall Stop 9021
Grand Forks, ND 58202-9021

UND Transcript Information

IMPORTANT! Please wait at least 2 to 3 weeks to request transcript(s). If you place your order too early, your grade may not yet be recorded on your transcript. To hold the transcript until grades get posted, look for the section entitled Delivery Options on the transcript request form, and select "Hold until grades are posted". You will need to contact the Registrar's office at 701.777.2711 and provide the specific course information on your last course taken, and your transcript will not be sent until it gets posted. Provide the workshop name, ending date, and project # (if known).

To view your Unofficial Transcript through Campus Connection or to order an Official Transcript:
Go to and follow the steps under "Unofficial Transcripts" to view your transcripts, Or "Official Transcripts” for directions to order them. The cost is $5.00.

Campus Connection has all records from 2005 forward. Please request an official transcript for records prior to 2005 by going online at:

About the University of North Dakota

The University of North Dakota was founded in 1883, six years before North Dakota statehood, with a charter calling for the establishment of a liberal arts and letters college and a normal school for the training of teachers. The University was also charged with providing education in the professional fields, and the School of Law was added in 1889, Engineering and Mines in 1901 and Medicine in 1905.

Today, UND has more than 225 fields of study and nearly 15,000 students – hailing from all 50 states as well as 85 countries. To go along with its charge of training teachers, UND offers professional development opportunities for preK-12 educators. UND’s Professional Development for Educators (PDE) program offers more than 200 online courses and 50 face-to-face learning events. Each year, PDE provides PD credit to more than 4,000 school administrators, teachers and other school professionals. 

UND’s College of Education is CAEP accredited and the institution is fully accredited by the Higher Learning Commission of the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools.