Students conduct one-on-one research with faculty mentors at NANOGrav member institutions. This work ranges in complexity from introductory projects to advanced senior thesis work. In some cases, undergraduate research fulfills core NANOGrav science goals (such as analyzing timing observations of millisecond pulsars). In others, undergraduates exploit sensitive NANOGrav datasets to explore related research areas (such as studies of the interstellar medium or pulsar mass measurements). Many undergraduates work on related research not directly using NANOGrav datasets (such as of rotating radio transients or supernova remnants, the latter with both radio and X-ray telescopes).