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					                                          Twin Cities




                       Transfer
OFFICE OF ADMISSIONS




 2011-2012
                       STUDENT GUIDE


                        Apply online at
          http://admissions.tc.umn.edu
2011-2012 Transfer Admission

Welcome to the University                                      Choose a major and a college                                           1
                                                               Admissions overview                                                    3
of Minnesota!
Thank you for your interest in the University of               Transfer information by college                                        4
Minnesota-Twin Cities. The U of M offers world-class                Biological Sciences                                               4
degrees in over 135 majors. The U of M experience is all
about learning new things, making lifelong connections,             Continuing Education                                              4
and preparing for a successful future. That’s why we                Design                                                            5
provide our students with outstanding resources and
unlimited opportunities for hands-on experience,                    Education & Human Development                                     6
involvement, and personal growth. Student organizations,            Food, Agricultural and Natural Resource Science                   7
internships, undergraduate research, and study abroad
are just of the few of the great opportunities you will             Liberal Arts                                                      7
discover as a student at one of nation’s top public research        Management (Carlson School of)                                    8
universities.
                                                                    Science & Engineering (College of)
At the U of M, we believe transfer students are a vital             (formerly Institute of Technology)                                9
part of the University community. In fact, about half of
our graduating classes entered the University as transfer           Undergraduate Health Science Programs                           10
students. This means that you and your academic and            Transferring credit                                                  13
personal success are very important to us!
                                                               After you apply                                                      14
We hope that this transfer guide will be useful to you as
you explore the transfer application process and your          Directory                                                            15
future as a U of M student. Please don’t hesitate to let       Campus visit options                                                 17
us know how we can assist you in making this exciting
transition as smooth as possible.
                                                                  Am I a transfer student?
Sincerely,                                                        You are considered a transfer student if you are a high
                                                                  school graduate and have registered or enrolled for at a
                                                                  post-secondary institution after high school. If you are
                                                                  a high school student and are enrolled in PSEO, College
                                                                  in the Schools, or have earned AP credit, you are still
Dr. Wayne Sigler                                                  considered a freshman. For more detailed information, visit
Director of Admissions                                            http://admissions.tc.umn.edu/admissioninfo/trans.html.

                                                                  Applying for admission
                                                                  Start your U of M journey today by applying for admission!
                                                                  Use our fast and easy online application, or download a paper
                                                                  application on our website at http://admissions.tc.umn.edu.



                                                               Note for University of Minnesota system transfers:
   Have questions? Get answers!                                Please note that if you are transferring from one degree program
   Get answers to frequently asked questions about             to another on the Twin Cities campus or if you are transferring from the
   admissions, academics, student life, and more at            University of Minnesota coordinate campuses of Crookston, Duluth,
                                                               or Morris, you must complete a Change of College form. This form
   http://admissions.tc.umn.edu/answers.
                                                               is available from the Office of the Registrar, either on the Twin Cities
                                                               campus or at your home campus. You may also download a copy
                                                               of the form at www.onestop.umn.edu/onestop/forms.html (choose
                                                               Undergraduate Change of College (transferring within the U of M
                                                               system)). This form must be turned in to the Office of the Registrar at the
                                                               address given on the Change of College instruction sheet. If you have
                                                               completed coursework from a school outside the University system,
                                                               you must also submit an official transcript to the Office of Admissions.
                                           Choose a Major and a College

COLLEGE ABBREVIATION KEY                           Over 135 undergraduate majors
                                                   The University of Minnesota is a world-class research university, offering over 135
CBS 	        	      College of Biological          majors. These majors and areas of study are divided into several colleges. As a transfer
                    Sciences
                                                   student, you may be admitted to one of the colleges listed below:
CDes 	       	      College of Design
CEHD 	       	      College of Education &
                                                   Accounting                                        Chemical Engineering* (CSE)
                    Human Development
                                                   Acting1 (CLA)                                     Chemistry* (CSE, CLA)
CFANS               College of Food,               Aerospace Engineering (CSE)                       Chicano Studies (CLA)
                    Agricultural and Natural
                                                   African American & African Studies* (CLA)         Child Psychology (joint program CLA & CEHD)
                    Resource Sciences
                                                   Agricultural Education* (CFANS)                   Cinema & Media Culture, Studies in (CLA)
CLA 	        	      College of Liberal Arts        Agricultural and Food Business Management*        Civil Engineering (CSE)
CSOM 	       	      Carlson School of                 (joint program CFANS & CSOM)                   Classical & Near Eastern Archaeology (CLA)
                    Management                     Agricultural Industries & Marketing* (CFANS)      Classical Civilization (CLA)
CSE 	        	      College of Science             American Indian Studies (CLA)                     Clinical Laboratory Sciences2 - formerly
                    & Engineering (formerly        American Studies (CLA)                               Medical Technology (CAHP)
                    Institute of Technology)       Ancient Mediterranean Studies (CLA)               Clothing Design (see Apparel Design)
                                                   Animal Science* (CFANS)                           Communication Studies (CLA)
Upper division colleges (1-2 years                 Anthropology (CLA)                                Computer Engineering (CSE)
completed college coursework required              Apparel Design (CDes)                             Computer Science (CSE, CLA)
for admission)                                     Applied Economics* (CFANS)                        Construction Management2 (CCE)
                                                   Applied Plant Science* (CFANS)                    Cultural Studies & Comparative Literature*
CAHP 	       Center for Allied Health              Architecture (CDes)                                  (CLA)
             Programs                              Art* (CLA)
CCE 	        College of Continuing                 Art History (CLA)                                 Dance3 (CLA)
             Education                             Asian Languages and Literatures* (CLA)            Dental Hygiene2 (DENT)
DENT*		      School of Dentistry                   Astrophysics (CSE, CLA)                           Dental Therapy2 (DENT)

MED* 	       Medical School                        Biochemistry (CBS)                                Early Childhood Education Foundations
NURS 	       School of Nursing                     Biology (CBS)                                        (CEHD)
                                                   Biology, Society & Environment (CLA)              Earth Sciences (CSE)
* The Medical School and the School of Dentistry                                                     Ecology, Evolution & Behavior (CBS)
  each offer one undergraduate program.            Biomedical Engineering (CSE)
                                                   Bioproducts & Biosystems Engineering*             Economics* (CLA)
                                                     (CSE & CFANS)                                   Education:
                                                   Bioproducts Marketing & Management* (CFANS)          –Agricultural Education* (CFANS)
                                                   Business:                                            –Early Childhood Education Foundations
                                                     –Accounting (CSOM)                                  (CEHD)
                                                     –Agricultural and Food Business                    –Elementary Education Foundations
                                                       Management* (joint program CFANS & CSOM)          (CEHD)
                                                     –Agricultural Industries & Marketing* (CFANS)   Electrical Engineering* (CSE)
                                                     –Applied Economics* (CFANS)                     Elementary Education Foundations (CEHD)
                                                     –Bioproducts Marketing & Management*            Engineering
                                                       (CFANS)                                          –Aerospace Engineering (CSE)
                                                     –Business and Marketing Education (CEHD)           –Biomedical Engineering (CSE)
                                                     –Entrepreneurial Management (CSOM)                 –Bioproducts & Biosystems Engineering*
                                                     –Finance (CSOM)                                     (CSE & CFANS)
                                                     –Finance and Risk Management Insurance             –Chemical Engineering* (CSE)
                                                       (CSOM)                                           –Civil Engineering (CSE)
                                                     –Human Resource Development (CEHD)                 –Computer Engineering (CSE)
                                                     –Human Resources & Industrial Relations            –Electrical Engineering (CSE)
                                                       (CSOM)                                           –Geological Engineering (CSE)
                                                     –International Business (CSOM)                     –Materials Science & Engineering (CSE)
                                                     –Management Information Systems (CSOM)             –Mechanical Engineering (CSE)
                                                     –Marketing (CSOM)                               English (CLA)
                                                     –Public/Nonprofit Management (CSOM)             Entrepreneurial Management (CSOM)
                                                     –Retail Merchandising (CDes)                    Environmental Design (see Landscape
                                                     –Supply Chain and Operations Management            Design & Planning) (CDes)
                                                       (CSOM)                                        Environmental Sciences, Policy and
                                                   Business and Marketing Education (CEHD)              Management* (CFANS)




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    Choose a Major and a College

    Family Social Science (CEHD)                                                             Music Education4 (CLA)
    Finance (CSOM)                                                                           Music Performance4 (CLA)
    Finance and Risk Management Insurance (CSOM)                                             Music Therapy4 (CLA)
    Fisheries & Wildlife* (CFANS)
    Food Science (CFANS)                                                                     Neuroscience (CBS)
    Forest Resources* (CFANS)                                                                Nursing2 (NURS)
    French and Italian Studies (CLA)                                                         Nutrition* (CFANS)
    French Studies (CLA)                                                                     Philosophy (CLA)
    Gender, Women & Sexuality Studies (CLA)                                                  Physics* (CSE, CLA)
    Genetics, Cell Biology & Development (CBS)                                               Physiology (CLA)
    Geography* (CLA)                                                                         Plant Biology (CBS)
    Geological Engineering* (CSE)                                                            Political Science* (CLA)
    Geology (CLA)                                                                            Psychology (CLA)
    German Studies* (CLA)                                                                    Public/Nonprofit Management (CSOM)
    Global Studies (CLA)                                                                     Recreation, Park and Leisure Studies* (CEHD)
    Graphic Design (CDes)                                                                    Recreation Resource Management* (CFANS)
    Greek (CLA)                                                                              Religious Studies (CLA)
    Hebrew (CLA)                                                                             Retail Merchandising (CDes)
    History (CLA)                                                                            Russian (CLA)
    Horticulture (CFANS)                                                                     Scandinavian Languages & Finnish* (CLA)
    Housing Studies*—NOT Architecture (CDes)                                                 Scientific & Technical Communication (CLA)
    Human Resource Development (CEHD)                                                        Sociology* (CLA)
    Human Resources & Industrial Relations (CSOM)                                            Sociology of Law, Criminology and Deviance (CLA)
    Individualized Studies, Bachelor of (CLA)                                                Spanish Studies (CLA)
    Individually Designed Interdepartmental Major (CLA)                                      Spanish and Portuguese Studies (CLA)
    Information Technology Infrastructure*2 (CCE)                                            Speech-Language-Hearing Sciences (CLA)
    Inter-College Program2 (CCE)                                                             Sport Management (CEHD)
    Interior Design (CDes)                                                                   Statistics (CSE, CLA)
    International Business (CSOM)                                                            Supply Chain and Operations Management (CSOM)
    Italian Studies (CLA)                                                                    Theatre Arts (CLA)
    Jewish Studies (CLA)                                                                     Urban Studies (CLA)
    Journalism & Mass Communication* (CLA)
                                                                                             Youth Studies (CEHD)
    Kinesiology* (CEHD)

    Landscape Design & Planning (CDes)
    Latin (CLA)
    Linguistics (CLA)

    Management Information Systems (CSOM)
    Manufacturing Technology2 (CCE)
    Marketing (CSOM)
    Materials Science & Engineering (CSE)
    Mathematics* (CSE, CLA)
    Mechanical Engineering* (CSE)
    Microbiology (CBS)
    Mortuary Science2 (MED)
    Music4 (CLA)




    * Areas of concentration are offered within the major. For additional information consult the Undergraduate Catalog.
    1
      Audition required. Call the Dept. of Theatre Arts at 612-625-6699 for details.
    2
      Upper division major (1-2 years completed college coursework required for admission).
    3
      Audition required. Call the Dance Program at 612-624-5060 for details.
    4
      Audition and/or interview required. Email the School of Music at mus-adm@umn.edu or call 612-624-5740 for details.

    Note: Majors and programs may change, merge, or move to different U of M colleges. Consult the Undergraduate Catalog at http://www.catalogs.umn.edu/ug/index.html
    for up-to-date information.



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                                                                   Admissions Overview

Transfer Admission Overview                                        Secondary review factors
Transfer students are admitted to a particular college or          • Evidence of exceptional achievement, aptitude, or personal
program, each of which has its own admissions requirements.          accomplishment not reflected in the academic record.
All applicants, however, need to have successfully completed       • A pattern of steady improvement in academic performance.
our high school course requirements. Details are available at      • Participation in extracurricular programs related to your
http://admissions.tc.umn.edu.                                        intended major.
Note: If you are transferring from one degree program to           • Non-academic experience in a field related to your intended
another on the Twin Cities campus, or if you are transferring        major.
from the University of Minnesota coordinate campuses of            • Evidence of exceptional talent or ability in artistic, scholarly,
Crookston, Duluth, Morris, or Rochester, you must complete a         leadership, or athletic performance.
Change of College form. If you are returning to a degree program
from an absence of one year or longer, you must complete an        • Evidence that enrollment would enhance the cultural,
Application for Readmission. Both forms are available online         gender, age, economic, racial, or geographic diversity of the
at http://onestop.umn.edu/forms/index.html.                          student body.
                                                                   • Outstanding high school, college, or community
University of Minnesota transfer                                     involvement.
admission criteria                                                 • Work experience, paid or unpaid.
Applicants may be admitted if they meet the entrance               • Evidence of having overcome social, economic, or physical
requirements of the college or program to which they have            barriers to educational achievement.
applied, and of the major they wish to enter.                      • Extenuating circumstances.
All students are considered for admission based on
                                                                   Additional conditions for admission
an individual, overall assessment of their application.
Individual college and programs review each application            In addition to meeting specific college admission requirements,
using the primary and secondary review factors listed below.       transfer students must be eligible to return to their previous
In addition, these colleges and programs utilize certain           colleges or universities. If you believe there were special
criteria that are unique to their programs. These criteria         circumstances that led to your previous ineligibility, please
are described in the following pages. To review specific           provide an explanation on a separate sheet to accompany
admissions requirements, prerequisite coursework, transfer         your application.
credit guidelines, and more, visit http://admissions.tc.umn.       The University of Minnesota reserves the right to deny
edu/admissioninfo/trans_requirements.html. Academic                admission to an otherwise admissible applicant if the
profiles of admitted transfer applicants for fall 2010 are         University determines that the applicant’s enrollment would
available on the following pages.                                  not be in the applicant’s and/or the University’s best interest.
Primary review factors
• Grade point average - cumulative, and in specific courses
  related to the student’s intended major.
• An especially challenging pattern of coursework, especially
  in courses related to the student’s intended major.
For transfer applicants with fewer than 26 college credits
complete, the following factors are also reviewed:
• High school rank percentile (students from non-ranking
  schools and those with GED or other high school
  equivalency are given full consideration).
• ACT or SAT scores.
• Rigor of the high school curriculum.



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    Transfer Information by College

    College of Biological Sciences                                    To review specific admissions requirements, prerequisite
                                                                      coursework, transfer credit guidelines, and more, please
    229 Snyder Hall (St. Paul campus)
                                                                      visit http://admissions.tc.umn.edu/admissioninfo/cbs.html.
    612-624-9717
    www.cbs.umn.edu
                                                                      Campus tours for prospective transfer students are offered
                                                                      Monday through Friday. On a tour of our historic campus,
    Biology from Molecules to Ecosystems
                                                                      you’ll see where U of M students attend class, study, and
    Whether you are interested in molecules, ecosystems, or           relax. To schedule a campus tour, visit http://admissions.
    anything in between, the College of Biological Sciences (CBS)     tc.umn.edu/visit or call the VISITLINE at 612-625-0000 or
    can help you achieve your goals and dreams. As a CBS              1-800-752-1000.
    student, you’ll be part of a close-knit academic community
    of students, faculty, staff who are working together to impact    To learn more about the College of Biological Sciences, visit
    the health, happiness, and productivity of our community          the CBS website at www.cbs.umn.edu. For more information
    and our world through the study of science.                       about CBS programs, or to schedule an appointment to meet
                                                                      with a transfer adviser, please contact CBS student services at
    Nearly half of CBS graduates pursue graduate studies in the       612-624-9717.
    biological sciences or professional programs including
    medicine, dentistry, veterinary medicine, law, and many
    others; the rest pursue employment in the molecular/cellular
                                                                      College of Continuing Education
    sciences; plant, animal, or environmental sciences; and           20 Ruttan Hall (St. Paul campus)
    health sciences in settings as varied as research laboratories,   612-624-4000
    biotechnology companies, educational institutions, and            www.cce.umn.edu
    environmental agencies.                                           The College of Continuing Education (CCE) offers courses
                                                                      and programs for a wide range of student populations. While
    Majors
                                                                      not a freshman-admitting college, CCE offers individualized
    • Biochemistry                                                    and applied bachelor’s degrees to upper-division students in
    • Biology                                                         the following areas:
    • Ecology, evolution, and behavior                                • Individualized Degrees through the Inter-College
    • Genetics, cell biology, and development                           Program (ICP), see http://www.cce.umn.edu/degrees
    • Microbiology                                                    • Bachelor of Applied Science (BAS) Degree with majors
    • Neuroscience                                                      in Construction Management, Information Technology
                                                                        Infrastructure, and Manufacturing Technology, see
    • Plant biology
                                                                        http://cce.umn.edu/degrees

                              Deadlines                               Additionally, CCE offers evening classes and independent
                                                                      and distance education classes, as well as certificate programs
                                                Priority: March 1     and numerous noncredit courses.
     Fall semester 2011 (all majors)
                                                 Final: June 1
     Spring semester 2012 (all majors)       No spring admission
                                                                                                Deadlines
                                                                                                                Priority: March 1
                                                                       Fall semester 2011 (all majors)
                                                                                                                  Final: Rolling
                                                                                                               Priority: October 1
                                                                       Spring semester 2012 (all majors)
                                                                                                                  Final: Rolling




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                          Transfer Information by College

                                                                     community, home to architecture and landscape architecture
               CCE Transfer Student Profile
                                                                     firms, art museums, theaters, cathedrals, design firms, parks,
 Number of Admitted Students for                                     and more.
                                                 28
 Fall 2010
 Fall 2010 Average Transfer GPA                 3.20                 Majors:
 Transfer GPA Range Distribution                                     • Apparel design
               4.0-3.5                          25%                  • Architecture (including Pre-architecture)
               3.49-3.0                         36%                  • Landscape Design & Planning
               2.99-2.5                         32%                  • Graphic design
              Below 2.5                         7%                   • Housing studies
                                                                     • Interior design
To review specific admissions requirements, prerequisite
coursework, transfer credit guidelines, and more, please visit       • Retail merchandising
http://admissions.tc.umn.edu/admissioninfo/cce.html.
                                                                                               Deadlines
Campus visits for prospective College of Continuing Education
transfer students vary by program. Contact the College directly       Fall semester 2011                       Priority: March 1
at 612-624-4000 to schedule an appointment to learn more              All majors                                   Final: May 13
about the program in which you’re interested.                         Spring semester 2012
                                                                      Landscape Design & Planning,
You can also arrange a tour of our historic campus through                                                     Final: October 1
                                                                      Graphic design, Housing studies
the Office of Admissions. On a campus tour, you’ll see where          majors
U of M students attend class, study, and relax. To schedule a
campus tour, go to http://admissions.tc.umn.edu/visit or call
                                                                                  Design Transfer Student Profile
the VISITLINE at 612-625-0000 or 1-800-752-1000.
                                                                      Number of Admitted Students for
To learn more about the College of Continuing Education, visit                                                         168
                                                                      Fall 2010
the CCE website at www.cce.umn.edu. For general questions             Fall 2010 Average Transfer GPA                   3.13
about admission to CCE degree or certificate programs, contact
                                                                      Transfer GPA Range Distribution
the CCE Information Center at 612-624-4000. You may also
email cceinfo@umn.edu.                                                              4.0-3.5                            27%
                                                                                    3.49-3.0                           44%
College of Design                                                                   2.99-2.5                           25%
107 Rapson Hall (East Bank, Minneapolis campus)                                    Below 2.5                            5%
612-626-3690
cdesinfo@umn.edu                                                     To review specific admissions requirements, prerequisite
www.design.umn.edu                                                   coursework, transfer credit guidelines, and more, please visit
                                                                     http://admissions.tc.umn.edu/admissioninfo/design.html.
The College of Design (CDes) prepares students to think
in innovative, sustainable, and socially responsible ways to         Campus Visits
use design to enhance the well-being of individuals and              Campus tours for prospective transfer students are offered
communities. The College is an emerging national and                 Monday through Friday. On a tour of our historic campus,
international leader in multidisciplinary research, creative         you’ll see where U of M students attend class, study,
production, teaching, and public engagement in a wide variety        and relax. To schedule a campus tour, visit http://admissions.
of design-related fields. Each of the College’s majors emphasizes    tc.umn.edu/visit or call the VISITLINE at 612-625-0000 or
hands-on learning and interdisciplinary thinking.                    1-800-752-1000. Individual transfer advising appointments
                                                                     are available through the College of Design by request.
As a student in the College of Design, you will benefit from
the resources available at a top public research university.         To learn more about the College of Design, visit the CDes
College of Design professors are top experts in their disciplines,   website at design.umn.edu. For information about CDes
and they are dedicated to teaching the next generation of design     programs, or to schedule an appointment, contact the
innovators. You will also benefit from our excellent location:       College of Design Student Services Office, 107 Rapson Hall,
The U of M is located in the heart of a thriving design              612-626-3690, or cdesinfo@umn.edu.

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    Transfer Information by College

    College of Education and Human                                                              Deadlines
    Development                                                                                                 Priority: March 1
    360 Ed Sciences Building (East Bank, Minneapolis campus)           Fall semester 2011
    612-625-3339                                                                                                  Final: July 1
    www.cehd.umn.edu/future/transfer                                                                           Priority: October 1
                                                                       Spring semester 2012
    The College of Education and Human Development (CEHD)                                                     Final: December 15
    offers undergraduate and advanced study in a wide range of
    teaching and human development programs that rank among           Because many majors reach maximum capacity on or
    the very best in the nation. Some programs offer preparation      before the priority deadline, applicants are encouraged to
    for careers in business, government, and community settings,      submit application materials by the priority deadline for
    while others prepare students for preK-12 teaching licensure by   the semester in which they would like to enroll.
    the state of Minnesota.                                           Before applying to the University, students interested in
    Our teaching licensure programs offer a unique approach to        CEHD programs should review the admissions process at
    preparing students to teach in preK-12 classrooms. Before         www.cehd.umn.edu/students/Undergrad/Transfer or
    entering our master’s-level licensure programs, applicants must   attend an information session.
    complete an undergraduate degree in an area that they want
    to teach (for example, mathematics in CSE or CLA, or history
    in CLA). After completing a licensure program in about 15                      CEHD Transfer Student Profile
    months, students are licensed to teach in Minnesota public         Number of Admitted Students for
                                                                                                                      127
    schools and are only a few courses away from a master’s degree.    Fall 2010
                                                                       Fall 2010 Average Transfer GPA                 3.09
    Undergraduates can also get on a fast track to teaching
    licensure through the College’s DirecTrack to Teaching             Transfer GPA Range Distribution
    Program, which offers early admission to licensure programs                      4.0-3.5                          20%
    and valuable exposure to the culture of teaching and schools.                   3.49-3.0                          39%

    Majors:                                                                         2.99-2.5                          35%

    • Business and marketing education                                              Below 2.5                         6%

    • Early childhood education foundations                           To review specific admissions requirements, prerequisite
    • Elementary education foundations                                coursework, transfer credit guidelines, and more, please visit
                                                                      http://admissions.tc.umn.edu/admissioninfo/cehd.html.
    • Family social science
    • Human resource development                                      Campus Visits
    • Kinesiology                                                     Campus tours for prospective transfer students are offered
                                                                      Monday through Friday. On a tour of our historic campus,
    • Recreation, park, and leisure studies                           you’ll see where U of M students attend class, study, and
    • Sport management                                                relax. To schedule a campus tour, visit http://admissions.
    • Youth studies                                                   tc.umn.edu/visit or call the VISITLINE at 612-625-0000
                                                                      or 1-800-752-1000. Additionally, CEHD offers regular
                                                                      information sessions for prospective students. To sign up,
                                                                      visit www.cehd.umn.edu/future/undergraduate/info-sessions.
                                                                      For questions, please contact CEHD Student Services directly
                                                                      at 612-625-3339 or by email at cehdinfo@umn.edu.




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                           Transfer Information by College

College of Food, Agricultural and                                                         Deadlines
Natural Resource Sciences                                                                                Priority: March 1
190 Coffey Hall (St. Paul campus)                                Fall semester 2011 (all majors)
                                                                                                           Final: June 1
612-624-6768 or 1-800-752-1000
www.cfans.umn.edu                                                Spring semester 2012                    Final: October 15

The College of Food, Agricultural and Natural Resource
Sciences (CFANS) offers students an extraordinary education                  CFANS Transfer Student Profile
with 14 majors and 22 minors based in solution-driven            Number of Admitted Students for
                                                                                                               213
science. As a CFANS student, you’ll discover a close-knit        Fall 2010
campus community while benefiting from the resources of          Fall 2010 Average Transfer GPA                3.34
a world-class research university—such as undergraduate
                                                                 Transfer GPA Range Distribution
research, top professors, hands-on experiences, and hundreds
                                                                               4.0-3.5                         37%
of course options.
                                                                               3.49-3.0                        46%
The College’s nationally recognized programs and broad array
                                                                               2.99-2.5                        16%
of internship and research opportunities provide students
with the education and experience they need for successful                    Below 2.5                        1%
careers in private businesses, public agencies, and nonprofit
                                                                To review specific admissions requirements, prerequisite
organizations, or for graduate study.
                                                                coursework, transfer credit guidelines, and more, please
Majors:                                                         visit http://admissions.tc.umn.edu/admissioninfo/cfans.html.
• Agricultural education                                        Campus Visits
• Agricultural and food business management                     CFANS campus visits for prospective transfer students are
• Agricultural industries and marketing                         offered Monday and Fridays from 9:00 a.m. to noon by
                                                                appointment on the St. Paul Campus. On CFANS campus
• Animal science                                                visit, you’ll learn more about your area of interest from a
• Applied economics                                             transfer counselor. Plus, you’ll tour our historic campus and
• Applied plant science                                         see where U of M students attend class, study, and relax. To
                                                                schedule a campus tour, visit http://admissions.tc.umn.edu/
• Bioproducts marketing & management
                                                                visit or call the VISITLINE at 612-625-0000 or 1-800-752-
• Environmental sciences, policy and management                 1000.
• Fisheries and wildlife
                                                                To learn more about the College of Food, Agricultural and
• Food science                                                  Natural Resource Sciences, visit the CFANS website at
• Forest resources                                              www.cfans.umn.edu.
• Horticulture
• Nutrition                                                     College of Liberal Arts
                                                                240 Williamson Hall (East Bank, Minneapolis campus)
• Recreation resource management                                612-625-2008 or 1-800-752-1000
                                                                www.cla.umn.edu
CFANS also offers one pre-major and two pre-professional
programs. The pre-bioproducts and biosystems engineering        The College of Liberal Arts (CLA) provides an outstanding
major is an undergraduate course of study that specifically     education for successful lives and careers. CLA graduates are
prepares you for entrance into the College of Science &         leaders across a broad spectrum of human endeavors, in fields
Engineering’s upper-division bioproducts and biosystems         such as law, medicine, government, business, education, public
engineering major.                                              relations and marketing, the arts, and international relations.
                                                                CLA students may choose from more than 60 majors in the
CFANS pre-professional programs are specifically designed
                                                                social sciences, arts, humanities, and natural sciences, and
to meet the entrance requirements to professional programs
                                                                enhance their career preparation with internships in a wide
such as veterinary medicine, medicine, and dentistry.
                                                                range of organizations.
Visit http://www.cfans.umn.edu/UndergraduateStudents/
CurrentStudents/MajorsandMinors/index.htm
to learn more.
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    Transfer Information by College

    Students who seek more flexibility may create innovative          Carlson School of Management
    interdisciplinary programs—for example, combining                 2-190 Hanson Hall (West Bank, Minneapolis Campus)
    economics, a language, geography, political science, speech-      612-624-3313
    communication, and global studies to prepare for a career in      www.carlsonschool.umn.edu
    international business. Many CLA departments rank among
    the best in the nation, with nationally recognized faculty        The Carlson School undergraduate program is one of the
    bringing to their students the leading-edge knowledge of their    nation’s top business schools. This world-class four-year
    disciplines, as well as a commitment to teaching that has         program enrolls approximately 2,000 students and offers
    earned them many teaching awards.                                 10 majors. The student experience is enhanced through
                                                                      internship and executive mentorship opportunities; honors
    For a complete list of CLA majors, visit http://discovercla.      opportunities; frequent interactions with the business
    umn.edu/careers/majors_a-z.htm.                                   community; and a required international experience. Through
                                                                      its focus on building strong communication, leadership, and
                                                                      team skills, the undergraduate program prepares students to
                              Deadlines
                                                                      compete and succeed in a quickly-changing global business
                                              Priority: March 1       environment.
     Fall semester 2011 (all majors)
                                                Final: June 1
                                                                      Fall of 2008 marked the opening of the Carlson School’s
     Spring semester 2012                     Final: October 15
                                                                      new 124,000 square-foot Herbert M. Hanson Hall, which
                                                                      provides a state-of-the-art home to, and is dramatically
                   CLA Transfer Student Profile                       expanding the impact of, the undergraduate program. Under
                                                                      one roof, students have access the nation’s best instructors,
     Number of Admitted Students for                                  find unparalleled links to top businesses, and learn from an
                                                   1,942
     Fall 2010
                                                                      innovative, hands-on curriculum.
     Fall 2010 Average Transfer GPA                 3.32
     Transfer GPA Range Distribution                                  Majors:

                   4.0-3.5                          40%               • Accounting
                   3.49-3.0                         41%               • Entrepreneurial management
                   2.99-2.5                         18%               • Finance
                  Below 2.5                         1%                • Finance & risk management insurance
                                                                      • Human resources and industrial relations
    To review specific admissions requirements, prerequisite
    coursework, transfer credit guidelines, and more, please
                                                                      • International business (second major only)
    visit http://admissions.tc.umn.edu/admissioninfo/cla.html.        • Management information systems
    Campus Visits                                                     • Marketing
    CLA campus visits for prospective transfer students are offered   • Public/nonprofit management (second major only)
    Monday through Friday from 3:30 to 4:30 p.m. in 240               • Supply chain & operations management
    Williamson Hall. On campus visit, you’ll learn more about
    transferring into the College of Liberal Arts from a transfer     Please note: If a student has earned a bachelor’s degree in
    counselor. Plus, you’ll tour our historic campus and see where    business from another four-year institution, he/she may not
    U of M students attend class, study, and relax. To schedule a     earn a second bachelor’s degree from the Carlson School.
    campus tour, visit http://admissions.tc.umn.edu/visit or call
    the VISITLINE at 612-625-0000 or 1-800-752-1000.                                            Deadlines
    To learn more about the College of Liberal Arts, visit the         Fall semester 2011 (all majors)          Final: March 1
    CLA website at www.cla.umn.edu.                                    Spring semester 2012                  No spring admission




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                          Transfer Information by College

                                                                     take advantage of special study abroad courses for CSE
            Carlson Transfer Student Profile
                                                                     students, participate in undergraduate research, and gain
 Number of Admitted Students for                                     hands-on experience in student groups and team competi-
                                                77
 Fall 2010                                                           tions—like the Society of Women Engineers. In addition,
 Fall 2010 Average Transfer GPA                3.78                  CSE students benefit from the support of caring academic and
 Transfer GPA Range Distribution                                     career advisers who are dedicated to their students’ success.
               4.0-3.5                         92%
                                                                     Majors:
              3.49-3.0                          8%                   • Aerospace engineering
              2.99-2.5                          0%
                                                                     • Astrophysics
              Below 2.5                         0%
                                                                     • Bioproducts and biosystems engineering
The Carlson School of Management requires a minimum                  • Biomedical engineering
GPA of 3.0 for consideration.                                        • Chemical engineering
Anticipated transfer class size for Fall 2010 is 150 and             • Chemistry
will be comprised of new transfer, current University and            • Civil engineering
international students.
                                                                     • Computer engineering
To review specific admissions requirements, prerequisite
                                                                     • Computer science
coursework, transfer credit guidelines, and more, please visit
http://admissions.tc.umn.edu/admissioninfo/csom.html.                • Earth Sciences
                                                                     • Electrical engineering
Campus Visits
Campus tours for prospective transfer students are offered           • Geological engineering
Monday through Friday. On campus tour, you’ll discover               • Materials science and engineering
our historic campus and see where U of M students attend             • Mathematics
class, study, and relax. To schedule a campus tour, visit
http://admissions.tc.umn.edu/visit or call the VISITLINE             • Mechanical engineering
at 612-625-0000 or 1-800-752-1000.                                   • Physics

Carlson School transfer advising is available in Hanson Hall         • Statistics
suite 2-190 on a walk-in basis, 8:00 a.m. to noon and 1:00 p.m.
to 4:30 p.m. on Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday, and                                      Deadlines
1:00 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. on Wednesdays. To schedule a transfer
                                                                                                             Priority: March 1
advising appointment ahead of time, call the Carlson School           Fall semester 2011 (all majors)
                                                                                                                Final: June 1
Undergraduate Program office at 612-624-3313.
                                                                      Spring semester 2012                  No spring admission
To learn more about the Carlson School of Management, visit
the Carlson School website at www.carlsonschool.umn.edu.
                                                                                      CSE Transfer Student Profile
College of Science and Engineering                                    Number of Admitted Students for
                                                                                                                    378
128 Lind Hall (East Bank, Minneapolis campus)                         Fall 2010
612-624-8504                                                          Fall 2010 Average Transfer GPA                3.43
www.cse.umn.edu
                                                                      Transfer GPA Range Distribution
The College of Science & Engineering (CSE) offers 16 bachelor’s                       4.0-3.5                       51%
degree programs, including 10 engineering specialties. Its                          3.49-3.0                        33%
programs are ranked among the best in this country with
                                                                                    2.99-2.5                        13%
more than 150 companies recruiting CSE students each year.
Admission is selective; to be successful, students should have                      Below 2.5                       2%
strong science and mathematics aptitude.
                                                                     To review specific admissions requirements, prerequisite
As a CSE student, you’ll learn from nationally recognized faculty    coursework, transfer credit guidelines, and more, please
who are leaders in their fields. You’ll also have opportunities to   visit http://admissions.tc.umn.edu/admissioninfo/cse.html.


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  Transfer Information by College

  Campus Visits                                                       In addition, transfer advising is available by appointment
  Campus tours for prospective transfer students are offered          in the four undergraduate health science programs. For an
  Monday through Friday. On campus tour, you’ll discover              appointment or more information, please call the program
  our historic campus and see where U of M students attend            office directly:
  class, study, and relax. To schedule a campus tour, visit           • Dental Hygiene: 612-625-7477
  http://admissions.tc.umn.edu/visit or call the VISITLINE at           Prospective Dental Hygiene students are strongly encouraged
  612-625-0000 or 1-800-752-1000.                                       to attend a program information session. Information
  College of Science & Engineering walk-in transfer advising is         sessions are held regularly in the Health Careers Center.
  available daily in 240 Williamson Hall from 8:30 a.m. to noon         Sessions include information about the program and
  and 1:00 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. If you would like to schedule a            question-and-answer time. For more details and to make a
  transfer advising appointment ahead of time, call the College         reservation, visit www.healthcareers.umn.edu. Click on
  of Science & Engineering transfer specialist at 612-625-2008.         Events and then Dental Hygiene or call 612-625-7477.
                                                                      • Dental Therapy: 612-625-7477
  To learn more about the College of Science & Engineering,             Prospective dental therapy students are encouraged to attend a
  visit the CSE website at www.cse.umn.edu.                             Dental Therapy information session. For more details and to
                                                                        make a reservation, visit www.healthcareers.umn.edu. Click
  Undergraduate Health Science                                          on Events and then Dental Therapy or call 612-626-5533.
  Programs                                                            • Clinical Laboratory Sciences
                                                                        The Clinical Laboratory Sciences major is offered at the
  The five health science programs that grant undergraduate             Twin Cities and Rochester campuses. Please contact the
  degrees are Clinical Laboratory Sciences, Dental Hygiene,             campus in which you are interested to arrange a tour and
  Dental Therapy, Mortuary Science, and Nursing. Students               advising session.
  are admitted to the professional degree program at either the         Twin Cities: 612-625-9490
  sophomore (Nursing, Dental Hygiene, and Dental Therapy) or            Rochester: 507-280-4634
  junior year, typically having completed 30-60 semester credits,     • Mortuary Science: 612-624-6464
  the prerequisite requirements, and the University’s liberal         • Nursing: 612-625-7980
  education requirements. Students who begin their studies at           The School of Nursing Office of Student Services hosts
  the University before they have completed the prerequisite            regularly scheduled B.S.N. information sessions. For more
  requirements or credit totals generally enter the College of          information, visit http://www.nursing.umn.edu/BSN/
  Liberal Arts (as an “undeclared” major or with a CLA major            ProspectiveStudents/home.html.
  as their second choice) or another college where they may
  enroll in appropriate pre-professional coursework.
                                                                      Clinical Laboratory Sciences
  Note: Dental Hygiene and Dental Therapy students do not             15-194 Phillips-Wangensteen
  have to complete all liberal education requirements prior to        (East Bank, Minneapolis campus)
  admission.                                                          612-625-9490
                                                                      www.cls.umn.edu
  All students planning to apply to a health science degree
  program are encouraged to fulfill health science immunization       The bachelor’s degree program in Clinical Laboratory
  requirements at the time of application. A signed health            Sciences includes a liberal arts education and a thorough
  clearance form with proof of immunizations will be a condition      grounding in the physical sciences, as well as clinical
  for enrollment after admission to the program, unless you           experiences in various laboratories. Students are admitted
  qualify for an exemption to the immunization requirements.          into the program at the junior year. Senior year students are
  Please contact the program you are interested in for the specific   assigned to either the Rochester or Twin Cities performance
  immunization requirements expected of all students in the           site. Upon completion of the degree, graduates are eligible to
  health sciences.                                                    take the national certification examination to practice.

  Campus visits for students interested in health sciences
  Campus tours for prospective transfer students are offered                                    Deadlines
  Monday through Friday. On campus tour, you’ll discover                                                   Rolling admissions begin
  our historic campus and see where U of M students attend             Fall semester 2011                November 1. Applications are
  class, study, and relax. To schedule a campus tour, visit                                               accepted until class is filled.
  http://admissions.tc.umn.edu/visit or call the VISITLINE at          Spring semester 2012                   No spring admission
  612-625-0000 or 1-800-752-1000.

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                          Transfer Information by College

               CLS Transfer Student Profile                                  Dental Hygiene Transfer Student Profile
 Number of Admitted Students for                                      Number of Admitted Students for
                                                 41                                                                  17
 Fall 2010                                                            Fall 2010
 Fall 2010 Average Transfer GPA                 3.47                  Fall 2010 Average Transfer GPA                 3.43
 Transfer GPA Range Distribution                                      Transfer GPA Range Distribution
               4.0-3.5                          51%                                 4.0-3.5                          47%
               3.49-3.0                         44%                                3.49-3.0                          41%
               2.99-2.5                          5%                                2.99-2.5                          11%
              Below 2.5                          0%                                Below 2.5                         0%


To review specific admissions requirements, prerequisite             To review specific admissions requirements, prerequisite
coursework, transfer credit guidelines, and more, please visit       coursework, transfer credit guidelines, and more,
http://admissions.tc.umn.edu/admissioninfo/uhsp.html.                please visit http://admissions.tc.umn.edu/admissioninfo/
                                                                     uhsp.html.
See page 10 for campus visit and transfer advising contact
                                                                     See page 10 for campus visit and transfer advising contact
information.
                                                                     information.

Dental Hygiene (School of Dentistry)                                 Dental Therapy (School of Dentistry)
15-163 Moos Tower (East Bank, Minneapolis campus)
                                                                     15-163 Moos Tower (East Bank, Minneapolis Campus)
612-625-7477
                                                                     612-625-7477
www.dentistry.umn.edu
                                                                     www.dentistry.umn.edu
The Program in Dental Hygiene was established at the
                                                                     The University of Minnesota School of Dentistry offers a
University of Minnesota in 1919 and is fully accredited by
                                                                     Bachelor of Science for dental therapist, with the first class
the Commission on Dental Accreditation. It is the only dental
                                                                     beginning in fall 2009. Each program offers students a
hygiene program in Minnesota that grants a bachelor of science
                                                                     rigorous didactic and clinical education alongside the dental
degree and is affiliated with a school of dentistry. The program
                                                                     and dental hygiene students with whom they will work after
blends a solid dental hygiene clinical education with the biologi-
                                                                     graduation. This collegial approach to education ensure a
cal, behavioral, and social sciences, as well as the liberal arts.
                                                                     solid educational and clinical preparation, collaboration
The University of Minnesota’s accelerated dental hygiene             between professional, a single standard or care for patients,
program allows students to earn a Bachelor of Science degree         and a smooth transition from education into professional
in three years (rather than completing a traditional four-year       employment after graduation.
program). Students complete one year of pre-requisite courses
                                                                     Dental Therapy admitted three transfer students for fall 2010.
and six consecutive semesters of professional courses. This
                                                                     Please contact Dental Therapy directly for more information.
year-round program allows great opportunities for students
who are eager to start their dental hygiene careers or further
their education in graduate school (the School of Dentistry
also offers a Master of Dental Hygiene degree). For more
information, please call the dental hygiene program office or
visit www.dentistry.umn.edu.

                          Deadlines
 Fall semester 2011                       Final: January 12
 Spring semester 2012                   No spring admission




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  Transfer Information by College

  Mortuary Science (Medical School)                                   Nursing (School of Nursing)
  A275 Mayo (East Bank, Minneapolis campus)                           5-160 Weaver-Densford Hall
  612-624-6464                                                        (East Bank, Minneapolis campus)
  www.mortuaryscience.umn.edu                                         612-625-7980
                                                                      www.nursing.umn.edu/bsn
  Established in 1908, the Program of Mortuary Science is the
  only program of its kind to offer a bachelor of science degree      Established in 1909 as the first nursing school on a university
  in affiliation with a medical college. Coursework includes          campus in the United States, the School of Nursing is
  basic and behavioral sciences, and is enhanced by extensive,        recognized as one of the best in the field. Continuing its
  clinically-based field placement activities. Graduates are          tradition of preparing leaders in the profession of nursing,
  academically credentialed to seek employment as funeral service     the school offers a bachelor of science in nursing (B.S.N.)
  practitioners in all 50 states, as well as abroad. Additionally,    as a foundation for professional practice and graduate study.
  students also pursue this degree as a starting point for graduate   The four-year B.S.N. program consists of one year of
  work in fields including medicine, psychology, sociology,           prerequisite courses and a three-year nursing sequence.
  theology, education, and forensic science.                          Students are admitted to the three-year sequence after
                                                                      completing the prerequisites. Admission is once a year for
                            Deadlines                                 the upcoming fall semester. The program has a full-time,
                                                                      day school curriculum and is offered on the Twin Cities
                                           Priority: February 1
   Fall semester 2011                                                 and Rochester campuses. Admission is competitive.
                                            Final: August 15
   Spring semester 2012                   No spring admission
                                                                                               Deadlines
                                                                       Fall semester 2011                       Final: February 1
         Mortuary Science Transfer Student Profile                     Spring semester 2012                   No spring admission
   Number of Admitted Students for
                                                   23
   Fall 2010
   Fall 2010 Average Transfer GPA                 2.96                            Nursing Transfer Student Profile
   Transfer GPA Range Distribution                                     Number of Admitted Students for
                                                                                                                       42
                                                                       Fall 2010
                 4.0-3.5                          17%
                                                                       Fall 2010 Average Transfer GPA                 3.61
                3.49-3.0                          30%
                                                                       Transfer GPA Range Distribution
                2.99-2.5                          44%
                                                                                     4.0-3.5                          67%
                Below 2.5                          9%
                                                                                    3.49-3.0                          33%
  To review specific admissions requirements, prerequisite                          2.99-2.5                          0%
  coursework, transfer credit guidelines, and more, please                         Below 2.5                          0%
  visit http://admissions.tc.umn.edu/admissioninfo/uhsp.html.

  See page 10 for campus visit and transfer advising contact          To review specific admissions requirements, prerequisite
  information.                                                        coursework, transfer credit guidelines, and more,
                                                                      please visit http://admissions.tc.umn.edu/admissioninfo/
                                                                      uhsp.html.

                                                                      See page 10 for campus visit and transfer advising contact
                                                                      information.




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                                                                 Transferring Credit

Transferring credit to the                                       Minnesota Transfer Curriculum
University of Minnesota                                          To simplify the transfer process, the University of Minnesota,
                                                                 Minnesota state universities, and Minnesota community
Transfer credit review criteria                                  colleges have developed a Minnesota Transfer Curriculum
Credit for coursework taken at other institutions will be        (MnTC). Such completion must be noted on the official
transferred subject to the following considerations:             transcript from your school. If you complete the MnTC at
                                                                 a participating school and then transfer to the University
• The mission of the institution from which credits would be     of Minnesota–Twin Cities, you have completed the core, a
  transferred,                                                   majority of the theme, and first-year writing portion of the
• The comparability of the coursework with University of         University’s liberal education requirements (you may still need
  Minnesota coursework, and                                      to complete the writing intensive portion of the writing skills
• The appropriateness of the coursework for meeting              requirement and the technology and society theme.).
  baccalaureate degree requirements at the University of         If you earn an associate in arts (A.A.) degree at a Minnesota
  Minnesota.                                                     community college or community and technical college,
For more specific information about transferring credit          you are considered to have completed a major portion of the
to the U of M, please visit http://admissions.tc.umn.edu/        liberal education requirements. For more information on
admissioninfo/trans_requirements.html                            transfer credit and the liberal education requirements, please
                                                                 see http://admissions.tc.umn.edu/admissioninfo/trans_
Web-based Course Transfer System (uSelect)                       requirements.html
uSelect is part of a nationwide network of transfer              Note: B.A.S. degrees earned through the College of Continuing
information. uSelect is a free, web-based source for accurate,   Education do not follow the Minnesota Transfer Curriculum. For more
up-to-date information about how your courses will transfer      information, call CCE Student Support Services at 612-624-4000.
and apply to a degree program at the University of Minnesota
- Twin Cities. uSelect benefits include easy access to
course descriptions, academic program information, course
equivalency guides, planning guides and student services.
Start now by going to www.uSelectmn.org!




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  After You Apply

  Housing Options                                                  Financial Aid
  Deciding where you want to live is an important step, and        To apply for grants, scholarships, loans, and work-study, fill
  we are here to assist you with that process. Whatever type of    out the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA).
  housing you are looking for, Housing and Residential Life        We use the FAFSA to determine your eligibility for federal,
  provides services that will help you meet your needs. Services   state, and University aid programs. At the U of M, we work
  include assistance for finding off-campus housing, family        hard to give you the best financial aid options available
  options, and on-campus living.                                   to you. In most cases, if your FAFSA shows that you have
                                                                   financial need, you will receive a financial aid package
  Off-campus housing                                               that covers 100 percent of that need. Apply online at
  Most transfer students choose to live off-campus. For a list     www.fafsa.ed.gov. Be sure to release your information to
  of nearby vacancies as well as a roommate search tool, visit     the University of Minnesota–Twin Cities by including the
  www.housing.umn.edu/offcampus.                                   U of M Federal School Code 003969.
                                                                   More information about financial aid is available at
  Family options                                                   http://onestop.umn.edu.
  The University has two family and partnered townhouse
  complexes for students who have children, and/or are             Tuition and Fees
  married, and/or have same-sex partners. They are managed
                                                                   When planning for college expenses, you will want to consider
  co-operatively among the families in residence to create
                                                                   tuition and fees, living expenses, and incidental costs (ranging
  family-based affordable housing in a supportive community.
                                                                   from textbooks to travel to toothpaste).
  If you desire family housing, please contact Housing and
  Residential Life at 612-624-2994.
                                                                          2010-11 tuition and fees for new students
  On-campus housing                                                      (based on two semesters of full-time enrollment)
                                                                     Minnesota residents                          $12,369
  On-campus housing consists of eight residence halls and
  three apartment complexes. Housing for transfer students is        North Dakota, South Dakota,                  $12,369
                                                                     Manitoba, Wisconsin residents
  assigned on a space-available basis after freshman housing
  has been assigned. Because of the large number of freshman         Nonresidents                                 $16,669
  entrants during the fall semester, spring-admitted transfer
  students are much more likely to find on-campus housing.         The tuition and fee figures above include a $696 student service
  If you wish to live on-campus, apply early and be flexible.      fee, $1,200 University fee, $410 combined technology/course fee
                                                                   (may vary based on your college), and $115 in miscellaneous fees.
  Apply for University Housing online at
  www.housing.umn.edu. You must apply for admission                Average expenses that the Office of Student Finance (OSF) uses to
  to the University before you can apply for housing.              determine award packages are somewhat higher that noted above.
  However, you may apply for housing before you are                Financial aid award packages are based on a cost of attendance
  admitted to the University.                                      budget, so OSF includes $3,194 in miscellaneous expense
                                                                   allowances in the budget ($1,000 for books and supplies and
                                                                   $2,194 for personal/miscellaneous expenses such as transportation,
                                                                   clothing, entertainment, and recreation). Fees and charges are
                                                                   subject to change without notice as necessitated by University or
                                                                   legislative action. Tuition for the 2011-12 academic year will be
                                                                   finalized in July 2011.




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                                                                                       Directory

Resources for                           Academic and student                     Panhellenic/Interfraternity Office
                                                                                 (sororities & fraternities)
getting started                         life resources                           www.begreek.org
Admissions Information and              Academic Health Center                   612-625-8405
Links for Veterans                      www.ahc.umn.edu
http://admissions.tc.umn.edu/           612-624-5100                             Parking Services
admissioninfo/veterans.html                                                      www.umn.edu/pts
612-625-2008 or 1-800-752-1000          Career & Lifework Center                 612-626-7275
                                        www.lifework.umn.edu
Boynton Health Service                  612-624-4000                             Recreational Sports
(on-campus healthcare)                                                           www.recsports.umn.edu
www.bhs.umn.edu                         Commuter Connection                      612-625-6800
612-625-8400                            www.tc.umn.edu/~commuter/
                                        612-624-5491                             Student Parent HELP Center
Disability Services                                                              http://www.sphc.umn.edu/
http://ds.umn.edu                       Equity & Diversity                       612-626-6015
612-626-1333                            http://www.academic.umn.edu/equity/
                                        612-624-0594                             Summer Session
Office of Admissions                                                             www.cce.umn.edu/summer/
http://admissions.tc.umn.edu            Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgender      612-624-4000
612-625-2008 or 1-800-752-1000          Programs Office
                                        www.umn.edu/glbt                         Transit Service (campus bus service)
Office of the Registrar                 612-625-0537                             www.umn.edu/pts/busing.htm
(registration and course information)                                            612-626-7275
http://onestop.umn.edu                  Graduate School
612-624-1111                            www.grad.umn.edu                         Undergraduate course catalog
                                        612-625-2809                             www.catalogs.umn.edu/ug/
One Stop Student Services Center
(for financial aid information)         Health Careers Center                    University Honors Program
http://onestop.umn.edu/onestop/         www.healthcareers.umn.edu                www.honors.umn.edu
financialaid.html                       612-624-6767                             612-624-5522
612-624-1111
                                        Law School                               University Libraries
Orientation & First Year Programs       www.law.umn.edu                          www.lib.umn.edu
www.ofyp.umn.edu                        612-625-1000                             612-626-2227
612-624-1979 or 1-800-234-1979
                                        Learning Abroad Center                   Veterans Certification Office
University of Minnesota Job Center      www.umabroad.umn.edu                     http://onestop.umn.edu/veterans/index.
(on-campus student jobs)                612-626-9000                             html
http://www1.umn.edu/ohr/                                                         612-625-8076
studentemployment/index.html            Multicultural Center for
612-625-2000                            Academic Excellence
                                        www.mcae.umn.edu
                                        612-624-6386

                                        Office for University Women
                                        www.umn.edu/women
                                        612-625-9837




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                                                                                         Campus Visit Options

Meet us in person!
On a campus visit, you can tour our historic campus,
meet with a transfer admissions specialist, and learn
more about your programs of interest. Campus tours
are available to prospective transfer students and
their families and friends on both the Minneapolis and
St. Paul campuses. To register for a campus tour
and/or information session, go to http://admissions.
tc.umn.edu/visit or call the VISITLINE at 612-625-0000
or 1-800-752-1000.


                 To register for the following information sessions or tours,
                go to http://admissions.tc.umn.edu/visit or call 612-625-0000.
    Minneapolis Campus Tour for                           Monday – Friday
                                                                                                 240 Williamson Hall
    Transfer Students                                       2:00 p.m.
    St. Paul Campus Tour for                              Monday – Friday                     130 Coffey Hall (St. Paul
    Transfer Students                                       11:00 a.m.                              Campus)
    Health Careers Center                               Monday and Friday
                                                                                                  2-565 Moos Tower
    Information Session                                  12:30-1:15 p.m.
    College of Liberal Arts (CLA)                         Monday – Friday
                                                                                                 240 Williamson Hall
    Information Session                                   3:30-4:30 p.m.
    If you are interested in the College of Liberal Arts and unable to attend a session, please contact the Office of Admissions
    and ask to speak with a transfer counselor. They will answer your questions or arrange for another time to meet with you.




               The following colleges also offer information sessions and/or
            individual advising appointments for prospective transfer students.
                   You may contact them directly to make arrangements.
    Carlson School of Management                                                     612-624-3313
    Clinical Laboratory Sciences                                                     612-625-9490
    College of Biological Sciences                                                   612-624-9717
    College of Continuing Education                                                  612-624-4000
    College of Design                                                  612-626-3690, cdesinfo@umn.edu
    College of Education & Human                                    612-625-3339, cehdinfo@umn.edu, or
    Development                                                     www.cehd.umn.edu/future/transfer/
    College of Food, Agricultural and
                                                                                     612-624-6768
    Natural Resource Sciences
    College of Science and Engineering                                               612-625-2008
    Dental Hygiene                                                                   612-625-9121
    Mortuary Science                                                                 612-624-6464
    Nursing                                                                          612-625-7980
office of admissions
240 williamson hall
231 pillsbury drive se
minneapolis, mn 55455-0213




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