BECOME A UMN MORRIS STUDENT
INITIATE YOUR UNIVERSITY ACCOUNT
Follow the steps to initiate your University of Minnesota Morris student account. This will give you access to your UMN Morris email and other university systems.
*Required prior to starting the Fall 2022 New Student Checklist.
Complete the Fall 2022 New Student Checklist
The Fall 2022 New Student Checklist is where you will sign up for a New Student Orientation date, sign up for housing, take placement exams required before registering for certain classes, and more important information.
New Student Orientation
You will sign up for your New Student Orientation date in the Fall 2022 New Student Checklist.
Sign ups for New Student Orientation dates close three days before the date. However, they may close sooner if a session fills. Sign up for your New Student Orientation dates as soon as possible.
Welcome Week 2022 is August 19–23, and classes begin August 24.
Welcome Week is your introduction to life on the Morris Campus. We will help you prepare to be a successful student and find your place in Morris.
Parking Permits, Books and Supplies for Classes, Computers, and Bookstore Information
What do I need to know about parking on campus?
What books or materials do I need for my classes?
Learn about supplies available through the bookstore
Sign up for the University of Minnesota Bookstores mailing list to stay up to date with sales, promos, important course material dates, and more.
What computer should I buy for college?
Using MyU: Your University Student Portal
Updating Your Information
Information about Paying for College and Working on Campus
FAFSA—Free Application for Federal Student Aid
The Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) is the only application needed to receive federal, state, or institutional financial aid at the University of Minnesota Morris. Complete the FAFSA online using Federal School Code 002389. You must include the school code for your results to be sent to UMN Morris.
Financial Aid To-Do List
After we receive your Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA), you may need to provide additional documentation to complete your application for financial aid. View your financial aid to-do list to determine if you’re required to provide additional documentation.
Responding to Your Financial Aid
Set up Direct Deposit
Complete Parent/Guest Access
Work-Study and Student Employment
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