Welcome to the University of Minnesota Crookston
Congratulations on your acceptance to the University of Minnesota Crooskton! Getting admitted was a big step on the road to becoming a Golden Eagle. Now it’s time to focus on what’s next. Find everything you need to get ready for enrollment below.
You're admitted. Now what?
Here are your next steps!
1. Attend a Golden Eagle Admit Day
We welcome and invite you and your family to spend a day as a student on campus. Now that you're a Golden Eagle, come meet your future friends, hear from current students, meet with a professor, tour campus, meet one-on-one about your financial aid package and so much more!
Pick a date: February 28 or April 3
2. Confirm and Deposit
Step 1: Return to your Golden Eagle Account.
Step 2: Accept or decline your offer of admission.
Step 3: Pay your $200 non-refundable enrollment deposit.
* While you can accept your offer of admission right now, you do not need to pay your enrollment deposit until May 1, 2020- the National Decision Day.
* Once you submit your deposit, you will gain access to the on-campus housing application.
Questions? Email Brooke Novak at email@example.com. We’re excited to welcome you into the Golden Eagle Family!
3. Apply for Housing
UMN Crookston offers a wide selection of housing and dining options to ensure all students feel at home on campus. Once you pay your enrollment deposit, you will be able to apply for on campus housing. The on-campus housing application requires a $50 deposit. Learn more about Residence Hall options.
Ready to apply for housing?
Use your student ID and complete your housing application.
Questions about living on campus, the housing application, or the $50 housing deposit?
Contact Residential Life at (218) 281-8531.
4. Apply for Financial Aid & Scholarships
Your acceptance letter may have contained information about your Achievement scholarship or award. While UMN Crookston offers many opportunities for financial aid and scholarships, be sure to research funding from other sources as well.
Be sure to apply for Specialty Scholarships! There's over 300 available! Just fill out one easy application! They are awarded to students based on a specific set of criteria that may include only one or several of the following: academic achievement, extracurricular activities, community involvement, leadership, service, financial need and legacy.
The deadline to apply for Specialty Scholarships is March 15, 2020.
Questions? Contact Financial Aid at (218) 281-8550.
5. Summer Orientation
All new students will attend UMN Crookston Summer Orientation where you will work with an advisor to register for your first semester classes, get your UCard (student ID), meet fellow students, and so much more!
In April, you will be able to sign up for Summer Orientation (class registration) and pick from one of these dates: June 8, 15, 19 or July 29. We will notify you when the sign-up opens.
6. Get Moved In!
Move-in day! Move in, connect, get involved, and get ready for classes. Move-in day is the beginning of your new journey! Parents and family members are encouraged to help students move in. More information about housing, roommates, and getting connected will be mailed to you in the coming months.
Tie up loose ends!
All those small items you need to take care of before you become a Golden Eagle.
Submit Final Transcripts
Admission to UMN Crookston is provisional until a final, official high school transcript reflecting graduation has been submitted and reviewed. To avoid possible delays or holds on your financial aid or course registration, submit final transcripts by July 1 for a fall semester start or January 2 for a spring semester start.
If you completed college-level work prior to high school graduation, be sure to submit all official transcripts to be reviewed for advanced-standing credit.
Request your FINAL OFFICIAL transcripts to be mailed to:
Office of Admissions 2900 University Ave. Crookston, MN 56716
Complete Health Requirements
Submit the Medical History form that was sent to your email.
Minnesota law requires all students born after December 31, 1956, who are enrolled in a Minnesota public or private college or university to be immunized against diphtheria, tetanus, measles, mumps, and rubella. You are legally required to provide this information. Anyone who fails to submit this information within 45 days after beginning classes cannot remain enrolled.
The University of Minnesota Board of Regents requires all students who register for six or more credits to have hospitalization insurance. You will be asked to show proof of health insurance by presenting your insurance policy name, policy number, and policy phone number. If you do not have health insurance, you will automatically be charged for University sponsored insurance. For more information visit, immunizations and health services.
You can take care of this step any time before you enroll; many students bring health records with them to Summer Orientation.
Wisconsin, North Dakota, and South Dakota Residents
You will need to apply for reciprocity with your state. A reciprocity application was included in your letter of acceptance or you can apply online at the links below.
Student Right-to-Know Act
Students may receive, on request, information about campus security and about graduation and retention rates at the University of Minnesota Crookston. To request information, please contact us.
Disability accommodations will be provided upon request. Please Disability Resource Center.
Other questions? Your admissions counselor is always there to help.