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Welcome New Transfer Students

Mark Your Calendar!

Mark your calendar for a special Transfer Welcome Event on Friday, January 21. This drop-in event will be held from 11:30am-1:30pm in Coffman Union Room 303. Stop by to meet other transfer students and current student leaders, grab some free food, and pick up a free U of M t-shirt. All new transfer students are invited to attend.

Orientation

On-Campus Orientation - All new transfer students must attend On-Campus Orientation in January. If you have not received information about securing your Orientation date, contact your college of enrollment.

Online Orientation is now available. Completing Online Orientation will help prepare you for the required On-Campus Orientation, as well as allow you to shorten your On-Campus Orientation experience.

You can now access the Class Selection Tutorial, which will teach you more about the course registration system and help you prepare for Orientation.

Get Involved!

It's not too early to start exploring involvement and engagement opportunities at the U. With over 600 student organizations and dozens of other leadership opportunities available, you can surely find something that fits your interests. Visit engage.umn.edu/twincities/search to start exploring involvement and engagement opportunities.

Finances

Have you completed your Financial Aid requirements for the 2010-2011 year? If not, please go to www.fafsa.ed.gov to apply today. Looking for scholarships? Search for university-wide or college-specific scholarships here: admissions.tc.umn.edu/costsaid/scholarships.html

Living & Commuting

Need a place to live? Check out the U of M off-campus housing site to search by price, location, amenities and more!

Living off campus? Start planning your commute to campus. Visit www1.umn.edu/pts/iama/student.html to get information about the discounted bus passes, the Gopher Way (our tunnel system), ride-sharing, Zip Car and many other helpful resources.

Health and Wellness

Students at the U taking 6 or more credits are required to have health insurance. If you don't have health insurance to provide at orientation, you will automatically enroll in the University-sponsored Student Health Benefit Plan. To learn more, click here.

Questions?

Don’t be afraid to ask! Contact Orientation & First-Year Programs at 800-234-1979 or ofyp@umn.edu.

Sincerely,

Katie Granholm
Orientation Coordinator
Orientation & First-Year Programs
University of Minnesota-Twin Cities
granh013@umn.edu


 


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