A consortium agreement exists among the five campuses of the University of Minnesota that allows students to take classes, including online, from another campus. Under this agreement degree-seeking students in good academic standing with 12 credits or more earned at Morris may attend another campus for either fall or spring semester during an academic year without losing their status or jeopardizing eligibility for Morris student financial assistance programs.
Interested degree-seeking students must submit a request to Onestop by the deadline specified on the academic calendar corresponding with the semester in question.
Courses taken at other U of M campuses:
- Impact the student’s GPA; and
- Include online courses.
Reason for Policy
It is critical for students to establish a relationship with a Morris faculty advisor and identify a Morris academic plan before studying at another campus as a Morris degree-seeking student. Multi-I students are not assigned an advisor at the visiting campus and will have limited access to Morris student support resources. In addition, the Universitywide residency requirement must be observed.
|Primary Contact(s)||Marcus Muller - Director of Office of the Registrar||320-589-6011||[email protected]|
|Janet Schrunk Ericksen - Dean’s Office||320-589-6015||[email protected].edu|
|Angie Senger - Transfer Specialist||320-589-6026||[email protected]|
|One Stop Student Services||320-589-6026||[email protected]|
There are no procedures associated with this policy.
Morris Scholastic Committee March 2017
Morris Campus Assembly October 2017