Winter Registration Schedule

Course registration for 2015 semester runs from Friday, Oct. 31 - Friday, Nov. 7. 

Note: Courses are subject to change at any time. Please check your course schedule for any adjustments (i.e. location or time) in your schedule on mynmu.nmu.edu prior to attending classes.

Registration times/dates are assigned based on credit hours earned. Your specific registration date and time will be available on my.nmu by Wednesday, Oct. 29. Winter course offerings will also be available on my.nmu by this date.

In preparation for upcoming course registration, you may want to find out if you have any registration holds that need to be taken care of (adviser holds, missing transcript holds, measles holds, etc.). You can view your holds now on my.nmu.

Please note that additional holds may be added between now and registration time, especially those for missing immunization records, missing transcripts, and an outstanding balance on your university account. 

If you haven’t already done so, schedule an appointment to meet with your adviser to discuss your academic program and goals.

 

"W" Grade Deadline

The deadline to withdraw from a full semester course with a "W" grade is Friday, October 31. Please contact the Student Service Center to do so. 

 

Parent Portal

Would you like to share information with your parents or others?

The option to share certain aspects of your academic record (grades, class schedules, degree evaluations, etc.) with others is available through the Proxy Access system. Granting access is done using your MyNMU account. All you need is the e-mail address of the person that you want to give access to.


If you aren’t sure how to grant you access, you can find the steps at Proxy Access – Student.
For parents and others designated as a proxy by the student, go to Parent Proxy login for more information.

News and Information

Who is Your Adviser?
Students should meet with their academic adviser prior to registering for courses; freshmen are required to do so, as are some majors. If you’re new to NMU and don’t know who your adviser is, you can find out here.

Commencement Information
If you are graduating in December, congratulations! You can stay abreast of commencement information, such as  rehearsal time, at www.nmu.edu/commencement. You'll need to order your cap and gown via the NMU Bookstore by mid-October. Whether you're participating in the ceremony or not, don’t forget to register for graduation with the appropriate code, if you haven't already done so during course registration.

Reaching You
Northern Michigan University uses a student's NMU e-mail account as its primary means of communicating official university business, including legally required information as a condition of enrollment. All NMU students are required to use their assigned NMU e-mail accounts to receive communication from the university.

 

Need a Transcript?

Students and former students can request transcripts online. One of the many advantages include e-mail notifications on request status. For more information on how to request a transcript click here.

Office Hours
Monday - Friday

8 a.m. - 5 p.m., EST

Mailing Address:
Registrars Office
C.B. Hedgcock, Room 2202
Northern Michigan University
1401 Presque Isle Ave
Marquette MI 49855

Email:
Degree Evaluations: degaudit@nmu.edu
Records: records@nmu.edu
Registration: skedule@nmu.edu 
Transfer Credit: trnseval@nmu.edu

Directory Information

Under the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA), NMU may release—without your authorization—certain information about you. This includes: name; local address, local telephone number, permanent address, permanent telephone number; NMU e-mail address; dates of attendance at the university, enrollment status, degrees earned, honors, awards, participation in officially recognized university activities and sports(includes height and weight of student athletes), current term candidacy for degrees and/or teaching certification; program level, class standing, major/minor; your image in photographs. You have the right to restrict this information, however, there are implications to doing so. Learn more