Founded in 1905, UND's School of Medicine & Health Sciences is the only medical school in North Dakota.
Today, two out of every three family physicians in the state received their medical degree from UND. Together, we are shaping the future of healthcare.
A cardiologist by training, Dean Dr. Joshua Wynne has been at UND since 2004.
Our Administration & Finance team assures the best possible business practices, in accordance with North Dakota University System policies.
Assuring academic standards of excellence for our diverse student body to promote educational innovation and scholarship, and serve the needs of our academic community.
Supporting current and prospective students through multiple functions, including student affairs, financial aid, admissions, and registration.
Hosting events for alumni, students, and staff, and producing our SMHS publications, including our quarterly magazine North Dakota Medicine.
Weekly newsletters, annual reports, magazines, and more! Read all the UND School of Medicine & Health Sciences publications here.
The flagship facility of our multi-professional healthcare training enterprise resides on the west end of the UND campus in Grand Forks, N.D.
In addition to a Grand Forks campus, our School maintains campus offices in Bismarck, Fargo, and Minot, N.D.
Biomedical research is conducted in the main SMHS building and in our sister facilities across campus and around the state.
The state's largest and busiest simulation facility, offering both a clinical and hospital simulation settings for providers of all backgrounds.
SMHS at a Glance
medical student admissions annually
% of N.D. family physicians graduated from the UND SMHS or completed an in-state residency
percentile rank in 2022 of MD class identifying as American Indian (compared to other U.S. medical college graduating classes)
total SMHS alumni
health sciences degree programs
research grants awarded from external agencies in 2022
A brief history of the UND School of Medicine & Health Sciences.
Our Diversity Working Group includes representation from each SMHS department and maintains DEI accreditation standards.
Our organizational chart, strategic plan, and School purpose, as outlined in North Dakota Century Code.
The philanthropic arm of our college and university.