We look forward to welcoming you to the University of Minnesota Twin Cities campus! Choose the transfer student visit option that works best for you:
There's no better way to find your college fit than to visit the University of Minnesota Twin Cities. Explore campus, learn more about programs that align with your future career goals, and experience the U of M at a Transfer Thursday visit.
Please choose the college-specific information session based on your major of interest. If you are interested in more than one program, please choose your top choice information session and list your majors of interest when signing up.
The Office of Admissions and University of Minnesota college partners will facilitate group information sessions to give you an overview of life as a University of Minnesota student. We will highlight the great location in the Twin Cities, the benefits of being a student at a land-grant research university, and discuss the application process to the college of your choice.
During your Transfer Thursday group visit hosted by the Office of Admissions and U of M college partners, you will...
Campus tours are available to prospective transfer students and their families and friends on both the Minneapolis and St. Paul campuses.
Schedule your visit online, or call:
Health Career Center Transfer Information Session
Information sessions are held on Mondays and Fridays, 11:30am-12:15pm in 2-565 Moos Tower.
Group information sessions led by staff from the Health Career Center will assist you in considering the possible paths to a degree program in your chosen health career field. The University offers undergraduate degrees in Medical Technology, Mortuary Science, Dental Hygiene and Nursing. Post-baccalaureate degrees may also be earned in the following health science areas: Dentistry, Medicine, Nursing, Occupational Therapy, Pharmacy, Physical Therapy, Public Health, or Veterinary Medicine.
The Office of Admissions hosts information sessions for the following colleges. These first-step small-group workshops include information on the degrees offered in the individual colleges, the application process, transfer of credit, and degree and liberal education requirements.
College of Liberal Arts (Minneapolis campus)
Information sessions for prospective students who have not yet been admitted:
For admitted students:
College of Biological Sciences
College of Food, Agricultural and Natural Resource Sciences
College of Design
Individual transfer advising appointments are available by request. For more information or to set up an appointment, call 612-626-3605.
College of Continuing and Professional Studies
Majors in Health Services Management, Construction Management, Information Technology Infrastructure, Manufacturing Operations Management, and two Individualized Degree programs, Inter-College Program and Multidisciplinary Studies.
College of Education & Human Development
For students interested in majors in Business and Marketing Education, Early Childhood, Elementary Education Foundations, Family Social Science, Human Resource Development, Kinesiology, Recreation Administration, Sport Management, and Youth Studies:
Sign up for an information session at www.cehd.umn.edu/undergraduate/info-sessions. If you are from out of town or unable to attend an information session, please contact the CEHD Student Services Office for other options: 360 Education Sciences Building, 612-625-3339, email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Carlson School of Management
The first step for prospective students is to attend a transfer admissions information session. Information sessions typically run September through January, leading up to the application deadline. View current schedule and registration information.
Transfer advising is also available during drop-in advising hours at the Undergraduate Program office in 2-190 Hanson Hall - West Bank, Minneapolis campus. Please call ahead for the current drop-in schedule: 612-624-3313.
College of Science and Engineering
Health Science Undergraduate Programs
Transfer advising is available by appointment in the four undergraduate health science programs. For an appointment or more information, please call the program office directly:
Medical Laboratory Sciences (formerly Clinical Laboratory Sciences)