Re-entry Checklist

academic mallWhether you have been out of NMU one semester or longer, there are several steps you must take to re-enroll. The following re-entry student checklist can help with the process of re-entering NMU.

Students who have attended NMU and have:

You have taken classes within the last 3-years, and would now like to return to NMU, transferring credits or not:

What

When

How and Where

Fill out an undergraduate application for admission

Up until the first day of class

In the Admissions Office, 2212 C.B. Hedgcock, or online

Acceptance letter

After re-entry form has been received

Through the mail

NMU User ID and password

After receiving your acceptance letter

To access your NMU User ID go to https://mynmu.nmu.edu

Picture ID

Before classes

Inform Wildcat Express, in the University Center, that you are a re-entry student. They will call Admissions to verify your admittance. You then will be issued a new picture ID at no expense.

Registering for classes

After being accepted

On-line, through your academic department or the Student Services Center.

Schedule of Classes Offered (Summer or Fall)
NMU Bulletin

Who is my adviser

Your adviser is assigned at the start of the semester (approximately one month after classes begin)

If you need assistance before the start of the semester, you should contact your major department and inform them you are re-entering NMU and need assistance. If you are undeclared you may contact the Academic and Career Advisement Center, 3302 C.B. Hedgcock Building, 906-227-2971

Adviser hold

If you have completed fewer than 18 NMU credits, or if you are on academic probation

You will need to meet with your adviser to have the hold lifted prior to registering for classes

Mobile Device

Go to: ACS web site click on TLC Program and under "Overview" find your scenario

Summer classes: summer rental for mobile devices are distributed through the library and returned at the end of summer and a new one issued.

Fall classes: Dome distribution. Letters are sent in August with date and time of pick up.

Winter classes: Micro-repair

Tuition and fees bill

E-mail notification is sent out prior to the start of each semester

Go to mynmu.nmu.edu to view and pay your bill electronically or contact the Student Service Center at: 2201 C.B. Hedgcock, 906-227-1221
NMU Tuition and Fees

Applying for financial aid

As soon as you have been re-admitted to NMU

Financial Aid Office. 2107 C.B. Hedgcock, 906-227-2327
FAFSA form on-line

Housing on campus

As soon as you have been re-admitted to NMU

Housing and Residence, 2101 C.B. Hedgcock, 906-227-2620

Transferring credits from another institution

Supply official transcripts from each institution you attended even if no credits were earned.

Helpful links: http://www.nmu.edu/transfer

Advising Info

Completed a diploma, certificate or associates degree, have spent some time away from NMU, and would now like to return to attempt another degree.

What When How and Where

Fill out the admissions application if attendance was longer than 3 years ago

Up until the first day of class

In the Admissions Office, 2212 C.B. Hedgcock, or online: re-entry update form or www.nmu.edu/apply if out of school longer than 3 years

Acceptance letter

After re-entry form has been received

Through the mail

NMU User ID and password

After Receiving your acceptance letter

To access your NMU User ID go to www.mynmu.nmu.edu

Picture ID

Before classes

Inform Wildcat Express, in the University Center that you are a re-entry student. They will call Admissions to verify your admittance. You will be issued a new picture ID at no expense.

Registering for classes

After being accepted

On-line, through your academic department or the Student Services Center.

Schedule of Classes Offered (Summer or Fall)
NMU Bulletin

Who is my adviser

Your adviser is assigned approximately one month after classes begin.

If you need assistance before the start of the semester you should contact your major department, and inform them you are re-entering NMU and need assistance. If you are undeclared you may contact the Academic and Career Advisement Center, 3302 C.B. Hedgcock Building, 906-227-2971

Mobile Devices

Go to: ACS web site click on TLC Program and under "Overview" find your scenario

Summer classes: summer rental for mobile devices are distributed through the library and returned at the end of summer and a new one issued.

Fall classes: Dome distribution. Letters are sent in August with date and time of pick up.

Winter: micro-repair

Tuition and fees bill

E-mail notification is sent out prior to the start of each semester

Go to www.mynmu.nmu.edu to view and pay your bill electronically or contact the Student Service Center at: 2201 C.B. Hedgcock, 906-227-1221
NMU Tuition and Fees

Applying for financial aid

As soon as you are re-admitted

Financial Aid Office. 2107 C.B. Hedgcock, 906-227-2327
FAFSA form on-line

Housing on campus

As soon as you are re-admitted

Housing and Residence, 2101 C.B. Hedgcock, 906-227-2620

Transferring credits from another institution

Supply official transcripts from each institution you attended even if no credits were earned.

Helpful links: http://www.nmu.edu/transfer
Advising Info

Completed a bachelors degree and would like to continue taking classes (Post Baccalaureate).

What When How and Where

Fill out an Admissions application $30 fee

Up until the first day of class

In the Admissions Office, 2212 C.B. Hedgcock or at www.nmu.edu/apply

Acceptance letter

After re-entry form has been received

Through the mail

NMU User ID and password

After receiving your acceptance letter

To access your NMU User ID go to www.mynmu.nmu.edu

Picture ID

Before classes

Inform Wildcat Express, in the University Center, that you are a re-entry student. They will call Admissions to verify your admittance. You then will be issued a new picture ID at no expense.

Registering for classes

After being accepted

On-line, through your academic department or the Student Services Center.

Schedule of Classes Offered (Summer or Fall)
NMU Bulletin

Who is my adviser

Your adviser is assigned approximately one month after classes begin

If you need assistance before the start of the semester you should contact your major department, and inform them you are re-entering NMU and need assistance. If you are Undeclared you may contact the Academic and Career Advisement Center, 3302 C.B. Hedgcock Building, 906-227-2971

Adviser hold

If you have completed fewer than 18 NMU credits, or if you are on academic probation

You will need to meet with your adviser to have the hold lifted prior to registering for classes

Mobile Devices

Go to: ACS Web site click on TLC Program and under "Overview" find your scenario

Summer classes: summer rental for mobile devices are distributed through the library and returned at the end of summer and a new one issued.

Fall classes: Dome distribution. Letters are sent in August with date and time of pick up.

Winter classes: Micro-repair

Tuition and fees bill

E-mail notification is sent out prior to the start of each semester

Go to www.mynmu.nmu.edu to view and pay your bill electronically or contact the Student Service Center at: 2201 C.B. Hedgcock, 906-227-1221
NMU Tuition and Fees

Applying for financial aid

As soon as you complete your application

Financial Aid Office. 2107 C. B. Hedgcock, 906-227-2327
FAFSA form on-line

Housing on campus

As soon as you have been admitted

Housing and Residence, 2101 C. B. Hedgcock, 906-227-2620

Transferring credits from another institution

Supply official transcripts from each institution you attended even if no credits were earn.

Helpful link: http://www.nmu.edu/transfer

For academic reasons have not been allowed to enroll because of grades and would now like to return (academic probation, suspension, dismissal).

What When How and Where

Fill out a re-entry update form (no fee required)

Up until the first day of class

In the Admissions Office, 2212 C.B. Hedgcock, or online: re-entry update form

Re-entry meeting

After receiving acceptance letter from Admissions Office

Academic and Career Advisement 3302 C.B. Hedgcock Building, 906-227-2971

Academic Standards

 

 

Student Guide to Academic Standards - information needed to complete the re-entry process with time lines.

 

 

Acceptance letter

After re-entry form has been received

Through the mail

What is your NMU Identification number?
(You will need this to access your personal and academic information.)

One is generated after the re-admission

It will be included in your acceptance letter. Questions on identification numbers; Admissions Office

NMU User ID and password

Included in your acceptance letter

To access your NMU User ID www.mynmu.nmu.edu

Picture ID

Before classes

Wildcat Express, UC
Inform them you are a re-entry student, they will call Admissions to verify your admittance. You then will be issued a new picture ID at no expense.

Registering for classes

After being accepted

On-line, through your academic department or the Student Services Center.

Schedule of classes Offered (Summer or Fall)
NMU Bulletin

Who is my adviser

Your adviser is assigned at the start of the semester

If you need assistance before the start of the semester you should contact your major department, and inform them you are re-entering NMU and need assistance. If you are Undeclared you may contact the Academic and Career Advisement Center, 3302 C.B. Hedgcock Building, 906-227-2971

Probation hold

If you are on academic probation

You will need to fill out the "Academic Probation Agreement Form"

Adviser hold

If you have fewer than 18 NMU credits

You will need to meet with your adviser to have the hold lifted.

Mobile Devices

Go to: ACS web site click on TLC Program and under "Overview" find your scenario

Summer classes: summer rental for mobile devices are distributed through the library and returned at the end of summer and a new one issued.

Fall classes: Dome distribution. Letters are sent in August with date and time of pick up.

Tuition and fees bill

E-mail notification is sent out prior to the start of each semester

Go to www.mynmu.nmu.edu to view and pay your bill electronically or contact the Student Service Center at: 2201 C.B. Hedgcock, 906-227-1221
NMU Tuition and Fees

Applying for financial aid

As soon as you complete your application

Financial Aid Office. 2107 C.B. Hedgcock, 906-227-2327
FAFSA form on-line

Housing on campus

As soon as you have been admitted

Housing and Residence, 2101 C.B. Hedgcock, 906-227-2620

Transferring credits from another institution

Supply official transcripts from each institution you attended even if no credits were earned.

Helpful link: http://www.nmu.edu/transfer

Advising Info

Completed a bachelors degree and would like to go on to graduate school.

What When How and Where

Fill out a graduate application $50 - one time fee for degree seeking. No fee for non-dgree or professional development.

Up until the first day of class

Graduate Studies Office, 401 Cohodas, 906-227-2300

Departmental application

Before acceptance

Public Administration and Criminal Justice

Acceptance letter

After application form has been received

Through the mail

Transferring credits from another institution

Supply official transcripts from each institution you attended even if no credits were earn. Needed before acceptance

Helpful link: http://www.nmu.edu/transfer

Non-degree graduate
No transcripts needed

 

 

Choose and investigate your program

Before acceptance

Graduate Studies

Make sure of specific program requirements

Before acceptance

Graduate Studies - Click on "Bulletin"

NMU User ID and password

After receiving your acceptance letter

To access your NMU User ID www.mynmu.nmu.edu

Picture ID

Before classes

Inform Wildcat Express, in the University Center that you are a re-entry student.  They will call Admissions to verify your admittance. You then will be issued a new picture ID at no expense.

Registering for classes

After being accepted

Through your academic department or the Student Services Center.

Who is my adviser

Your adviser is assigned approximately one month after you begin

Through department

Mobile Devices
(Full time 8 hours included in tuition)

Go to: ACS web site click on:              TLCProgram

Summer classes: summer rental for mobile devices are distributed through the library and returned at the end of summer and a new one issued.

Fall classes: Dome distribution. Letters are sent in August with date and time of pick up.

Winter classes: Micro-repair

Tuition and fees bill

E-mail notification is sent out prior to the start of each semester

Go to www.mynmu.nmu.edu to view and pay your bill electronically or contact the Student Service Center at: 2201 C.B. Hedgcock, 906-227-1221
NMU Tuition and Fees

Applying for financial aid

As soon as you complete your application

Financial Aid Office. 2107 C.B. Hedgcock, 906-227-2327
FAFSA form on-line

Housing on campus

As soon as you complete your application

Housing and Residence, 2101 C.B. Hedgcock, 906-227-2620