Read the descriptions carefully to determine which fees may apply to you. Some classes have fees associated with them. See Course fees for more information.
Campus and durable goods fees
Students enrolled in .5 or more credits at UMC pay a $250 UMC Campus Fee each semester. The Crookston Campus Fee helps to fund technological infrastructure and student academic support including advisors, tutoring, library, career counseling, and accessibility.
Students also pay a $275 Durable Goods Fee each semester. This fee covers the costs associated with providing students with: notebook computers; pre-installed software; access to laser printers; power and LAN connections in classrooms, residence halls, and lounges; assistance from the Computer Help Desk; e-mail system; student Web page account; on-line library card catalogs; and World Wide Web access. Learn more about the Student Laptop Computer Program.
NOTE: Students issued a notebook computer must sign a rental contract. Students are responsible for lost/theft of the notebook computer. UMC limits the students liability for damages to $500 per occurrence. Failure to return the computer at the end of the semester or upon cancellation from school will result in a late fee assessment of $50, and a weekly charge of $31. If the computer is not returned upon demand, the student will be assessed the current market value of the notebook computer. Students are encouraged to read the contract carefully and to arrange for personal insurance coverage for the notebook.
Student services fee
Students registered for 6 or more credits pay a Student Service Fee each semester to support student services and activities. The semester Student Service Fees for 2021-22 are listed below. Students enrolled in an online degree program are exempt from the Student Service Fee.
|Supporting||Fee per semester|
|Crookston Student Association (CSA)||$7.69|
|Student Activities and Organizations||$44.50|
|Peer Health Educators||$7.50|
|Total Student Service Fee Per Student||$299.19|
These fees are not charged in summer semester, for most students. If you have any questions about the fees you are being charged, please contact us.
Health insurance fee
If you are 1) admitted to a degree program, and 2) registered for 6 or more credits per semester (or 3 or more credits during summer term) that count toward the automatic assessment of the Student Services Fee, you are required by the University of Minnesota to have health plan coverage. If you meet both of these criteria you will be automatically enrolled in the University-sponsored Student Health Benefit Plan.
By requiring students to have health plan coverage, the University ensures all students have access to medical care and can maintain good health, which is essential for academic success. You may choose to waive the University-sponsored Student Health Benefit Plan by providing proof of enrollment in an alternative eligible health plan.
Please note that if you are enrolled into the Regents Scholarship Program or the Senior Citizen Education Program (SCEP), you are not eligible for the student health benefit plan. Contact the Office of Student Health Benefits with questions about eligibility for the Student Health Benefit Plan.
General, service and usage, and other fees
Academic Records fee—$150.00
One time fee assessed to support the development and maintenance of the academic record including official document production.
Late payment fee—$40.00
Students will be charged a monthly late fee of $40.00 if they pay less than the minimum payment due for each billing date (33% by the first billing statement due date, 50% by the second billing, and 100% by the third billing and any subsequent billings).
Late registration fee—$50.00-$100.00
Students who register for classes during the first and second week of the academic semester (first week summer session) pay a $50.00 late registration fee. Students who register during the third week (second week summer session) or later will pay a $100.00 late registration fee.
NOTE: These late registration fees DO NOT apply to students who register prior to the beginning of the academic semester—even if students make changes in their schedules during the first two weeks of the semester.
International Student Academic fee—varies
The International student fee is part of the cost of attending UMN Crookston. This fee pays for activities hosted by International Programs throughout the year and for all immigration advising services related to F-1 visa holders.
Under six credits - $125.00
Six or more credits - $250.00
Under three credits - $62.50
Three to six credits - 125.00
Six or more credits - $250.00
Each new on campus UMC student is required to submit a nonrefundable enrollment deposit of $200.00. This deposit is the first step in the enrollment process for newly admitted students. The enrollment deposit is required so that you can navigate the Golden Eagle SOAR Experience (class registration), secure a UCard and reserve university housing. Once you pay the deposit, you can confirm your housing and dining preferences and sign up for an Advising & Registration Appointment. The deposit will cover: class registration, obtaining a UCard, and all expenses with Welcome Weekend. You will not be charged additional registration fees from the Office of Educational Programs and Transitions.
Credit examination fee—$50.00 per credit
Prior Learning Assessment fee—$50.00 per credit
The registration and fee summary is a clear view of classes you are enrolled in for the semester along with charges and payments on your student account.
- Log into MyU and select the My Finances tab.
- Click on the Registration & Fee Summary link.
- Use the drop-down menus to complete all of the fields.
- Check the Include Fees box if you want that information to appear on your summary.
- Click the view report button. You may need to disable pop-up blockers or open the file when prompted.
- Your registration & fee summary will display. You may also print the summary using your browser’s print function.
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Official current and historical fee rates
The above information is based on the President’s Operating Budget approved by the Board of Regents. While the information has been presented with all due care, it cannot be guaranteed to be free from errors or omission.