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Accepted Exchange Students
Accepted Exchange Student Info
Congratulations on being accepted as an exchange student at the University of Minnesota Duluth (UMD)! This info will help you stay organized while you prepare for your studies at UMD. It’s important to read this information carefully and complete and submit all required paperwork.
Accepted Student Forms
Submit all forms directly to the UMD Study Abroad office, email@example.com.
* To fill out the forms electronically, download a copy to your desktop—complete the form and then re-save it with a new name.
Complete and submit these forms electronically to your UMD study abroad advisor by:
- July 21: Fall semester or academic year (August start)
- December 1: Spring semester (January start)
Visa to study in the U.S.
As an exchange student at UMD, you will need to apply for an F-1 Visa. This requires paying the SEVIS I-901 fee and visa application fee before your interview. Please reference the U.S. Department of State website for the most up to date and accurate information on F-1 visa application requirements.
It is very important to enter the U.S. with the proper visa. You must apply for an entry visa stamp in your passport so that you can enter the U.S. in student status. F visas can only be obtained outside of the U.S. at a U.S. embassy or consulate. For more guidance on the visa process, you can follow steps outlined on the Immigration and Customs Enforcement website.
Arrival to Duluth
International Student Services (ISS) provides complimentary pick-up service. Visit the ISS website for additional details.
UMD Identification Number & Email
All exchange students will be issued a UMD student ID number and email which you'll use while studying at UMD. If a form requests a student ID number before you receive it, the field can be left blank.
For students living on campus, further housing application instructions will be given via email after you have been officially accepted.
Insurance & Enrollment
The University of Minnesota mandates that all international students enroll in the Student Health Benefit Plan. Information about the plan and costs is available at the University of Minnesota Office Student Health Benefits page. You will automatically be enrolled in the health insurance plan and billed during your semester(s) at UMD. An optional dental plan can be purchased as routine dental work typically isn't covered under medical plans in the U.S. If interested, you can enroll upon arrival and it will be billed during your semester(s) at UMD.
Billing & Payment
Your UMD bill (e.g. insurance and on-campus housing) will be issued in accordance with UMD billing and payment due dates. More information about billing and payments can be found on the International Student Services website.
One official UMD transcript will be issued to your home university after completion of your study abroad experience. If you require additional copies, they can be viewed, printed (un-official) or issued on the One Stop Transcript webpage.