Need to Know...
Beware of tax season scams
Tax season is open season for fraud scams. Fraudulent telephone scams and also pop-up windows suggesting support and upgrades are commonly used for scams. For your own online safety, beware of telephone calls, supposedly from the IRS, telling you you owe money. Do not click on links or call telephone numbers that appear in pop-up windows. Learn more on the Phishing Scams Targeting the UMN.
Deadlines for Canceling
Thinking about canceling a course? Be sure you know the consequences. Talk to your advisor and a One Stop counselor, and review One Stop's list of cancel/add and refund deadlines before you do.
Resolve registration holds
Registration for fall 2016 is coming up. Holds preventing registration may be placed on your student account for a variety of reasons. Authorizing departments will usually notify you of any holds, but you can check your hold information online anytime.
Need financial aid?
Don't delay! Submit a 2016-2017 Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) now to have your fall semester aid on time. The FAFSA determines your eligibility for scholarships, grants, work-study, and student loans. Be sure to include the University of Minnesota-Rochester school code 003969.
The University is prohibited from releasing certain information to parents and other third parties without permission of the student. Students may authorize access to their record and/or student account by completing the Parent/Guest Access process.