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Meet your University of Minnesota Admissions Counselor

Meet your University of Minnesota Admissions Counselor

Find your personal contact at the University of Minnesota.

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A-Z Index

We've created an alphabetical index of this website to make it easier for you to find what you need.

Admissions Handbook for High School Counselors

This handbook is designed to ensure that you have the information you need as you work with students and families interested in the University of Minnesota Twin Cities.

U of M at a Glance

This handbook is designed to ensure that you have the information you need as you work with students and families interested in the University of Minnesota Twin Cities.

Application Forms

Follow this link to find application forms for freshman, transfer, and international student admission.

Application Checklist and Timeline

Students may use this application checklist to ensure their applications are complete.

Application Fee Waiver Request

Form that can be completed by guidance counselors to request an application fee waiver for students with financial hardship.

Admission Decision Overview

Freshman admission primary and secondary review factors.

Academic Profile

View the academic profile of applicants admitted for fall 2014. This table includes the average ACT, SAT, and high school ranks of admitted applicants.

University of Minnesota Policy on Final High School Transcripts and Senior Year Grades

Read the University of Minnesota's official policy on the submission of final high school transcripts and the importance of senior year grades.

Deadlines

Check here for important deadlines.

Application Fee Form

If an application fee is being submitted, this form allows us to more quickly match the student's application fee to his or her file.

College Planning Guide

Information on high school course requirements and advice for students on college planning.

Math Requirement FAQ & Sample Course List

A fourth year of math will be required for students seeking admission for fall 2015 and later to the Twin Cities, Duluth, Morris, and Rochester campuses of the University of Minnesota. Frequently asked questions and sample courses are provided.

Academic Programs

Explore majors and areas of study that may interest your students. With 130+ majors, the U of M has something for every student.

Application Tracker

Your students can track the status of their applications online.

Admission Appeal Forms

We encourage students to speak to an admissions counselor before submitting an appeal by calling 612-625-2008 or 1-800-752-1000.

Minnesota Cooperative Admissions Program (MnCAP)

MnCAP is a guaranteed admission program for students planning to transfer from seven of Minnesota's public two-year campuses to the University of Minnesota.

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