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Nondegree-seeking enrollment

Taking courses at Morris for those not seeking a degree

The University of Minnesota, Morris offers opportunities* to “nondegree-seeking students” who wish to prepare for college, explore an area of study, or pursue a personal interest. Because they are not pursuing a Morris degree, nondegree-seeking students are not required to be officially admitted to Morris. Courses completed and corresponding grades are posted to an official University of Minnesota, Morris transcript. Should a nondegree-seeking student decide to pursue a degree in the future, credits earned may count towards a degree program.

New students who are not seeking a degree at Morris, and are not high school PSEO students, must complete a nondegree request to register form and remit to:

Office of the Registrar
212 Behmler Hall
600 East Fourth Street
Morris, Minnesota 56267
Nondegree-seeking students fall into several groups, of which the most common are listed below.

 

Post Secondary Enrollment Option (PSEO) students
High school students who wish to take online courses through PSEO can learn more through the Office of Online Learning. High school students who wish to be Morris residential students through PSEO can learn more through the Office of Admissions.

Students from other colleges and universities
Morris summer sessions, online courses, and study abroad programs may provide excellent academic opportunities for students from other colleges and universities.

Morris faculty and staff
Eligible faculty, academic professional and administrative, civil service, and union-represented staff employees are encouraged to take classes to advance their education at Morris with the support of the Regents Scholarship Program. Learn more.

The “Curious Citizen”
Adults from near and far may take courses of special interest through Morris online or classroom courses.

Minnesota Senior Citizen Education Program
The Senior Citizen Education Program is part of a Minnesota state statute that provides senior citizens higher education opportunities. If you meet the residency and age requirements, you may audit courses for no credit without any tuition charge or take courses for credit at $10 per credit tuition charge. Learn more.

Steps for registering for courses for nondegree-seeking students

New students who are not seeking a degree at Morris must complete a nondegree request to register form and remit to the Office of the Registrar, 212 Behmler Hall, 600 East Fourth Street, Morris, Minnesota 56267.

Continuing students who are not seeking a degree at Morris should contact the Office of the Registrar, 212 Behmler Hall, 320-589-6027, or ummregistrar@lists.umn.edu.

* contingent on seats available.