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Make Welcome Week Your Own!

While many programs in Welcome Week are required and have been pre-selected for you, the transition to the U is a personal one. This Welcome Week Event Selection process allows you to provide information so your individual needs and interests can be accommodated.

Once you complete this process, you will receive a confirmation email with a document attached that outlines personalized information to help you prepare for your arrival on campus and for Welcome Week.  You will receive your personalized schedule of events when you arrive at Welcome Week Check-in.  In the meantime, you can view a general Welcome Week schedule at www.welcomeweek.umn.edu.

Important Note: You have until August 17 to adjust your selections. After that point, no adjustments may be made to your selections. If you have questions about what you selected, you can ask your Welcome Week Leaders when you meet them at your first small group meeting on Wednesday, August 31.

Win a University Bookstore gift certificate or a Sprint product! If you complete the Event Selection process and the Welcome Week post-test (available after Welcome Week), your name will be entered into our prize drawing.

Click here to complete the Welcome Week Event Selection

If you experience technical difficulties with the Welcome Week Event Selection, please contact Orientation & First-Year Programs at 612-624-1979 or 1-800-234-1979.

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If you no longer plan to attend the University of Minnesota, Twin Cities, please contact the Office of Admissions at 612-625-2008 or 1-800-752-1000.

Orientation & First-Year Programs

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