Consumer Information Annual Notification - Crookston
The UMC website includes comprehensive information about the University which we are required by law to share with you annually.
Follow the links on this page to a broad spectrum of tools, facts, and procedures essential to making good decisions while you are a student.
- Refund schedule
- Academic programs and instructional personnel
- Services for students with disabilities
- Campus safety and security
- Applying for financial aid
- Student conduct code
- Student complaint process
- Complaint process for students in online and distance courses: follow the outlined complaint process after all internal avenues of conflict resolution have been exhausted.
- Complaint process for students residing outside Minnesota while a current or prospective UMC student: file a complaint where you reside. Use the directory of student complaint information by state and agency.
- Various campus policies and procedures
Please be aware that some of your student record is public information, such as your name, address, email address, and telephone number(s); dates of enrollment and enrollment status (full time, part time, not enrolled, withdrawn, and withdrawal date); college and class, major, adviser, academic awards and honors received, and degrees earned. If you are currently enrolled, you may prevent the release of your public information by indicating that choice at the Update or Suppress Personal Information.
You may also choose to allow access to your student record information to third parties (e.g., parent, spouse) through Parent/Guest Access. The University policy regarding your student education records is available for review.
Federal regulations require we make you aware that if you are convicted under federal or state law for the sale or possession of drugs while you are enrolled and receiving federal student aid, you will become ineligible for federal aid for a period of time. For more information refer to the Student Aid Eligibility Worksheet on the FAFSA site. State regulations require we inform you that arrests, charges or convictions for criminal offenses may limit employment possibilities in specific careers and occupations. If you are in this situation you will want to investigate with your adviser any restrictions you may face in your field of study.
If you are not a resident of Minnesota and you are taking an online course leading to professional licensure, check with the appropriate licensing board in your state to verify that the course meets requirements for licensure.
If you have questions or need assistance, please contact the Office of the Registrar by email, phone, or in person.