If you have previous college credit, send us copies of your transcripts for an unofficial pre-evaluation by one of our academic advisors. We can let you know what previous course work could transfer into our programs before you even apply! UMC accepts all transfer credits that come from a regionally accredited college or University; note all typical admission requirements apply see "admission requirements" below.
Admission deadline for summer 2014:
Friday, May 23rd, 2014 (postmarked).
Admission deadline for fall 2013:
Friday, August 15th, 2014
(all application materials must be in the Admissions Office by Friday, August 15th)
Pre evaluations of transcripts are complimentary and are provided typically within 48-72 hours of inquiry. We welcome your interest and encourage you to contact the Center for Adult Learning for further information, for those inquiring students wishing to apply for admission: http://www1.crk.umn.edu/academics/online
Center for Adult Learning
*please know that unofficial copies can be used for a pre-evaluation, however official copies will need to be submitted if you choose to officially apply.
If you have previous college credit, send us copies of your transcripts for an unofficial pre-evaluation by one of our academic advisors. We can let you know what previous course work could transfer into our programs before you even apply! UMC will accept transfer coursework from regionally accredited community/junior colleges, technical colleges/institutes, proprietary technical colleges, business colleges, military schools, industry-based education programs, and similar post-secondary schools (page# 12 UMC Course Catalog: general information http://www.catalogs.umn.edu/download/UMC/umcinfo11-13.pdf )
Minnesota's public colleges and universities are working to make transferring easier. Plan ahead, ask questions, and use pathways created by transfer agreements. Refer to the Minnesota Transfer site for more information.
Admission decisions are based on an assessment of indicators for success at UMC.
Students who do not meet the minimum preferred requirements will be referred to the Admissions Committee for an admission decision. An insight resume , if your cumulative grade point average (G.P.A) isn't at the minimum of 2.0, will allow the Admissions Committee a better understanding of a student’s perspective, contributions, qualifications, and diverse talents. Students with less than a cumulative G.P.A. of 2.0 will be asked to address their experience in each category keeping in mind how they could contribute to the future community of excellence at UMC. During this pre-evaluation stage you may consider submitting the insight resume as a supporting document for consideration during the official application stage. Further questions can be addressed with the Center for Adult Learning firstname.lastname@example.org or 800.862.6466 ext 8681
Students who do not meet the preferred admissions requirements may be admitted on 'Conditional Admit' status. In order to assure academic success, these students will be required to complete additional steps during their first semester, such as but not limited to:
Complete requirements for students admitted on a conditional basis will be provided after admission. For more detailed information, please contact the Admissions Office.
Center for Adult Learning
University of Minnesota Crookston
Owen Hall 251
2900 University Avenue
Crookston, MN 56716
800-UMC-MINN (862-6466) ext. 8680
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