UMM Home >
One Stop >Registration for fall 2013 begins April 8 and continues through April 17 for degree-seeking students
Registration for fall 2013 begins April 8 and continues through April 17 for degree-seeking students
Posted by Judy Korn on Thursday, Mar. 28, 2013
Registration for fall semester 2013 begins Monday, April 8, and continues through Wednesday, April 17, for degree-seeking students. Open registration begins April 18. The registration queue starts with the letter 'P' and is divided up in this order: seniors, juniors, sophomores, freshmen.
Current registration tools, including your registration time, can be found on the Office of the Registrar website at morris.umn.edu/registrar.
As you're preparing to register, don't forget the following:
Advising: Students with 59 or fewer completed credits are required to have an annual planning session with their adviser. An advising hold will be placed on your record that reflects this. Students not required to see their adviser are encouraged to make an appointment to plan for graduation.
New registration feature: If you have already repeated a course one time (excluding course withdraws), you won't be able to register for it again. Starting with fall 2013 registration, the registration system will not allow students to repeat a course a third time. Current University Policy (section F.6) gives additional detailed information about repeating courses. If you were considering taking a course for a third time in fall 2013, please consult with your academic adviser to explore other options.
APAS: Check your APAS before and after you register. "MAKE IT GREEN"-you cannot graduate until your APAS shows all green checkmarks and no red Xs.
Holds: Check and resolve current holds before you register.
Schedule Builder: There is a new online tool called Schedule Builder that creates customized class schedules for use during registration planning. Your registration time and other related resources and tools, including Schedule Builder, can be found on the Registration web page.
Health Plan Coverage: is required for degree-seeking students enrolled for six or more credits. The information entered will be verified. If coverage is not verified, students will be enrolled in and billed for the University-sponsored Student Health Benefit Plan. Visit Student Health Benefits for important details on recent changes.
Questions? Contact the Office of the Registrar at email@example.com.