Share My App Program


Since 1851, the University of Minnesota has educated local, regional, and national leaders in government, health sciences, education, design, technology, and the arts. We are proud to carry on this tradition—helping students achieve their dreams and reach their educational goals.

Students who complete their application for admission to the Twin Cities campus are invited to participate in the U of M Share My App Program. By participating in this program, students can also apply for admission at one or more additional campuses of the University of Minnesota system with no additional application and no additional application fee. Please note that participation in this program does not impact the Twin Cities application process in any way.

The University is proud of the educational opportunities offered on all of our campuses. The Share My App Program simply makes it possible for applicants to easily apply to the University’s other campuses: Crookston, Duluth, Morris, or Rochester campuses. Learn more about the University of Minnesota campuses below, and then fill out the Share My App form to share your application with additional U of M campuses. Application deadlines vary by campus, so we encourage you to act soon.

Meeting individual campus deadlines:

Each of the University of Minnesota campuses determines its own admission and scholarship application deadlines, and these deadlines do vary by campus. Students interested in the Share My App Program who have questions about deadlines for specific campus admission applications for admission, and for scholarship consideration, should contact each campus directly for that information.

Campus Scholarship consideration Admission deadline
Crookston December 1, 2016: Complete application by December 1, 2016 for all scholarships. Priority application deadline of December 1, 2016.
Duluth December 1, 2016: Complete application must be received by December 1, 2016 for scholarship consideration. Share My App requests should be made by November 15, 2016, to ensure that an applicant meets the scholarship deadline. Priority deadline of December 1, 2016.
Morris December 15, 2016: Complete application must be received by December 15, 2016 for scholarship consideration. Priority deadline of December 15, 2016.
Rochester December 1, 2016: Complete application must be received by December 1, 2016 for scholarship consideration. Please note: the Rochester campus is no longer accepting applications for the fall 2017 term
Twin Cities December 15, 2016; after December 15, scholarship consideration based on funds availability. Priority deadline of November 1, 2016; regular application deadline of December 15, 2016.

University of Minnesota Crookston

Undergraduate Enrollment: 1,821
Fall 2016 freshman enrollment: 209
Home of the Golden Eagles

Application priority deadline: December 1, 2016
Application final deadline: August 11, 2017

Scholarship deadline: December 31, 2016

Small Campus. Big Degree. Every employer out there will recognize your degree. Everyone here will recognize you. The U of M, Crookston, is a place where we pay attention to you. You belong! You get to know your professors, and they get to know you. These essentials all add up to earning a prestigious degree from the University of Minnesota and making your mark on our world. And that’s big! The U of M Crookston was ranked in the number one spot in the category of Top Public Regional Colleges — Midwest by U.S. News & World Report in 2014 and has been named one of the Best Colleges in the Midwest by the Princeton Review.

Learn. Then do. We offer plenty of engaging experiences from research to volunteering and everything in between. Explore a plane cockpit, a biotech lab, a courtroom, a business boardroom, a river ecosystem, a veterinary office – experiences that give you life skills, engage your brain, and aren't too shabby on your resume.

Welcome to Techtopia. At the U of M Crookston every student has a laptop computer from day one. Wifi is everywhere and learning happens in many ways, including simulations, applications, and video presentations. So, when you graduate, you'll have all the latest technology skills!

An excellent value. Full-time tuition, fees, room, board, and laptop computer total $22,058.00 per year.

Freshman Academic Scholarships
Scholarships are granted to admitted freshmen based upon ACT Composite score (or SAT equivalent) and cumulative high school Grade Point Average. Students are awarded the appropriate scholarship from their Application for Admission. No separate scholarship application is required. Students must be enrolled full-time (12 credits) to receive academic scholarships.

Award Amount Eligibility
The Achievement Scholar $2,000 ($500 /year for 4 years) Incoming freshman who has scored a 21 or 22 on the ACT and has earned a 3.25 high school GPA
The Merriam Legacy Scholar $4,000 ($1,000/year for 4 years) Incoming freshman who has scored a 23 or 24 on the ACT and has earned a 3.25 high school GPA
The Distinguished Scholar $6,000 ($1,500/year for 4 years) Incoming freshman who has scored a 25 or 26 on the ACT and has earned a 3.25 high school GPA
The Chancellor Scholar $8,000 ($2,000/year for 4 years) Incoming freshman who has scored a 27, 28 or 29 on the ACT and has earned a 3.25 high school GPA
The Presidential Scholar $20,000 ($5,000/year for 4 years) Incoming freshman who has scored a 30 or higher on the ACT and has earned a 3.25 high school GPA

Freshman academic scholarships are renewable with a 3.30 cumulative GPA maintained in college.

Distinctive Degrees. The Crookston campus offers 34 bachelor’s degree programs including:

  • Ag Business, Agronomy, Ag Systems Management
  • Animal Science and Equine Science, both with Pre-Veterinary Medicine options
  • Business Management, Accounting, Marketing, and Sport and Recreation Management
  • Biology, Health Sciences (Pre-Professional), and Health Management
  • Information Technology Management and Software Engineering
  • Communication, Criminal Justice, Organizational Psychology, and Early Childhood Education
  • Environmental Sciences, Natural Resources, Golf and Turf Management, Horticulture, and Aviation
  • New Majors beginning Fall 2015; English, International Business, Exercise Science and Wellness and Medical Laboratory Science
Learn more at, email us at, or you can call 1-800-862-6466 ext. 8569.

University of Minnesota Duluth

Undergraduate enrollment: 9,051
Fall 2016 freshman enrollment: 2,138
Home of the Bulldogs

Scholarship deadline: December 1, 2016
Application final deadline: August 1, 2017

At the University of Minnesota Duluth, over 11,000 students receive a personalized learning experience at this comprehensive, regional university.

Personal growth is at the heart of the UMD experience. UMD encourages students to challenge themselves through stimulating hands-on learning programs, invigorating adventures, and engaging professors.

World-class faculty support your learning. As researchers, mentors, and advisors, our faculty inspire our students to pursue internships, international study, and experiential learning outside the classroom.

UMD is a national leader in undergraduate research, providing opportunities for undergraduates to explore their disciplines through funded research that leads to publication, advanced study, and employment.

The Duluth campus offers over 80 undergraduate majors including: Statistics and Actuarial Science, Cell and Molecular Biology, 5 Engineering degrees, Graphic Design, Economics, Social Work, Psychology, Geographic Information Science, and Writing Studies with a track in Journalism.

An invigorating environment provides opportunities for recreational team and club sports, individual fitness, and outdoor recreation. Over 90 percent of UMD students participate in our extraordinary recreational sports and outdoor programming.

UMD offers numerous competitive scholarships as well as University Honors that recognize outstanding academic performance and potential. Explore for yourself by visiting or by calling 218-726-7171.

University of Minnesota Morris

Undergraduate enrollment: 1,681
Fall 2016 freshman enrollment: 374
Home of the Cougars

Scholarship deadline: December 15, 2016
Application final deadline: March 15, 2017

Just two and a half hours outside Minneapolis is where you’ll find it: the perfect place for your future to grow.

We’re a student-centered public university that is proud to feature a liberal arts education. As part of the University of Minnesota system, we have worldwide name recognition, access to state-of-the-art research facilities, and nationally ranked study abroad programs.

Exceptional education and value. Small class sizes that mimic private schools. Research capabilities that only large, public schools can offer. The educational experience of a lifetime—all for a quarter the tuition cost of Minnesota’s most expensive private school. Maybe that’s why U.S. News and World Report and Forbes consistently include us among the nation’s top colleges.

Abundant study abroad opportunities. Studying abroad is a hallmark of the Morris experience. Nearly half of our students graduate having completed some form of international study, far beyond the national average of 15 percent.

Outstanding merit scholarships. We recognize superior academic achievement with automatic scholarships, full-and-half tuition competitive scholarships, and significant stipends for scholarly research and activity.

Undeniable outcomes. Morris graduates do great things—95% of them have landed employment or in grad school within a year of getting their degree. Regardless of where their paths have taken them, Morris alumni are more prepared, confident, and well-rounded than when they first set foot on campus. You will be, too.

Learn more at or call 1-888-866-3382.

University of Minnesota Rochester

Undergraduate enrollment: 625
Fall 2016 freshman enrollment: 147
Home of the Raptors

Scholarship deadline: December 1, 2016
Application final deadline: August 1, 2017

Located in the heart of one of the world's top medical centers and internationally known research community, the University of Minnesota Rochester is specialized to prepare students for careers in many health-related fields.

The University of Minnesota Rochester (UMR) offers two focused degree programs; a Bachelor of Science in Health Science (BSHS) or a Bachelor of Science in Health Professions (BSHP). UMR's BSHS program is Pre-Everything Health, opening the door to countless professions in the health industry and advanced degree programs such as medical, pharmacy, dentistry, chiropractic, veterinary, physician's assistant and more. The Bachelor of Science in Health Professions (BSHP) is an educational collaboration between the University of Minnesota Rochester and Mayo School of Health Sciences. The BSHP is a junior-year admitting program for educational tracks in Echocardiography, Nuclear Medicine, Radiography, Respiratory Care, and Sonography.

First year students choosing to "Share their app" with UMR are automatically considered applicants to the BSHS program. Once you share your application, you will be given a short-answer question to complete. This question will address your passion for healthcare and is a strongly-recommended addendum to your application.

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University of Minnesota Twin Cities

Undergraduate enrollment: 30,975
Fall 2016 freshman enrollment: 5,880
Home of the Golden Gophers

Priority deadline: November 1, 2016
Regular deadline: December 15, 2016; after this date, admission is based on space availability

What does it mean to be a student at a Big Ten, major research university? At the University of Minnesota Twin Cities, you will find great academics in a great location the thriving Twin Cities metropolitan area.

Along with your professors and classmates, you will be part of a community that contributes knowledge and discoveries to our world. You will earn a prestigious degree. That’s an outstanding education at a great value.

At your fingertips, you will have great opportunities like:

  • Thriving metropolitan location, with 18 Fortune 500 companies at your doorstep
  • More than 800 student organizations
  • The nation’s largest study abroad program
  • Undergraduate research opportunities
  • More than 20 health career programs

Frequently Asked Questions

How do I request that my application be reviewed by another campus?

After you complete your application to the Twin Cities campus, fill out the Share My App web form to have your materials sent to the University of Minnesota campus of your choice.

After your request is received, the application and academic information that you sent to the Twin Cities campus will then be shared with the other campus(es). You will then work directly with those campuses for an admission decision. Please note that scholarships are also handled separately for each campus.

Will this affect my admission decision at the University of Minnesota Twin Cities?

No. Having your application reviewed by additional campuses will not affect your application to the Twin Cities campus.

When should I ask to participate in this program?

Application deadlines vary by campus, so we encourage you to act soon.

How many campuses may I apply to?

You can apply to as many of our campuses as you would like.

What majors are available?

Each of our campuses offers a wide range of degree programs for students, including top ranked programs and unique majors.

To learn about the majors available at each campus, visit the following websites.

Contact a campus today to learn more!

University of Minnesota Crookston

Web site:
Toll-free phone: 1-800-862-6466

University of Minnesota Duluth

Web site:
Toll-free phone: 1-800-232-1339

University of Minnesota Morris

Web site:
Toll-free phone: 1-888-866-3382

University of Minnesota Rochester

Web site:
Toll-free phone: 1-877-280-4699

University of Minnesota Twin Cities

Web site:
Toll-free phone: 1-800-752-1000

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