Advisement & Registration program is intended to give new students an introduction to academic life at UMD and a sense of the commitment required to pursue a bachelor's degree. During Advisement & Registration, you will meet other new students; attend a college meeting on degree, major, and course requirements; meet with an adviser to discuss your interests in pursuing a bachelor's degree; and select your first semester classes.
Confirm now to hold your spot in the new UMD class.
Please note that you have a finite amount of time to respond to your invitation to Advisement & Registration.
Students admitted prior to April 9th may still secure a spot in the 2012 class by confirming an Advisement & Registration date by May 1st; however this is subject to change without notice.
If you were admitted to UMD after April 11, 2012 you must reply to the invitation within 4 weeks of admission to hold your place at UMD for Fall 2012. Space is limited.
- Online Reservations
- The fastest way to reserve your Advisement & Registration date is to confirm online and pay your A & R fee by credit card
- General information about reserving an Advisement & Registration date, as well as information about reserving a date by mail.
- Cost for Advisement & Registration
- All new students at UMD are required by the University to pay the Advisement & Registration fee.
- Schedule of the Advisement & Registration Day
- Students and parents have a day full of information and activities that run from 9:00am-4:00 pm.
- Mathematics Placement
- UMD will place students in mathematics courses based on ACT/SAT scores, or by transferred college credit.
- On-Campus Housing (Residence Halls, Suites & Apartments)
- Instructions to access the application/contract for housing for the 2012-2013 academic year will be mailed as part of the confirmation packet after you reserve an Advisement & Registration date.
- Directions to UMD
- General directions to UMD and specific parking instructions for this program.
- Duluth Area Hotel Information
- If you're planning on spending the night in Duluth, start your hotel search here.
- Preparing for Advisement & Registration - Spring 2012
- Students receive this guide in their confirmation packet after reserving an Advisement & Registration date.
- New Student Guide - 2012-2013 Academic Year
- The New Student Guide is handed out at Advisement & Registration; this guide answers common questions for new students and provides campus contact information.
To request disability accommodations for you or a family member, please contact the SIT Office at email@example.com or call the office at (218) 726-6393 two weeks in advance of the event. Interpreters can be requested at: http://www.d.umn.edu/access/Interpreter_Request.htm