Programs and Offices
Northern Michigan University offers
several undergraduate and graduate credit programs for persons who
are unable to attend regular classes on the Marquette campus.
Courses are offered at several offices throughout the Upper
Peninsula. Currently, Northern Michigan University maintains
extension centers at the University Center on the campus of Bay de
Noc Community College in Escanaba and in the Iron
The following regulations apply to
work taken in extension classes.
Matriculation (Admission and
Enrollment)—Persons who enroll in extension classes must meet the
university admission requirements and enroll at the university in
order to receive credit toward certificates or degrees. Students
not pursuing a degree may enroll as non-degree seeking students.
Enrollment Status—Students who have
been asked to withdraw from NMU for scholastic reasons may not be
admitted to extension courses until they have completed university
requirements for re-entry.
Registration—Students may enroll in
any extension or weekend college course during the regular
registration period. Students should register for classses prior
to the first course session.
Late Registration—Students are
required to complete all enrollments before the end of the second
class meeting. Any exceptions require special permission from the
Minimum Class Size—The number of
students required for an extension class depends upon the cost of
supporting the class. If an insufficient number of students
enroll, the course may be cancelled.
Off-Campus/Extension per credit hour
tuition rates are the same as those charged for fall and winter
courses taken on the Marquette campus.
and Text-Based Learning Packages
Web-based and text-based learning
package courses are independent study courses coordinated through
Continuing Education and Sponsored Programs. They carry the same
amount of academic credit as courses taken in the classroom.
Students may register for Web and text
based learning package courses only during limited time periods
and must finish the course during the semester of course
For additional information or to
register, please contact Continuing Education and Sponsored
Programs, or visit the Continuing Education Web page at
Phone registrations for admitted students are accepted at
Northern Michigan University offers a variety of undergraduate and
graduate credit courses, professional development courses,
workshops and noncredit programs in combinations of one, two,
four, six and eight week sessions. Regular admissions and
registration policies apply to Summer College students.
Summer College courses are scheduled in convenient morning,
afternoon and evening blocks of time so that students can make up
credits, stay on schedule for graduation, accelerate progress
toward their degrees or try something new while leaving time for
diverse work and leisure activities.
Class sessions for weekend courses are scheduled on Fridays,
Saturdays or a combination of Fridays and Saturdays. Regular
Northern Michigan University admission and registration policies
apply. Regular admissions and registration policies apply to