If you want to take a class at another University of Minnesota campus other than your home campus, you are considered a “multi-institutional” student. You can attend another campus for a single term during an academic year without losing your academic status, and without jeopardizing your eligibility for financial aid on your home campus.
If you are a multi-institutional student, you fall into one of two categories:
- You are registered on two campuses for a single term. For example, you are registered on your home campus, but want to take a distance learning course from another University of Minnesota campus.
- You are registered at another University campus instead of your home campus. For example, you want to take courses not offered on your home campus for a single term.
If you would like to apply to be an multi-institutional student and take classes on another University campus, complete the UMD Application to Register at Multiple University of Minnesota Campuses form.
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