University of Minnesota Duluth Transfer Visit Programs

    Welcome, Transfer students! We invite you to explore UMD and join us for one of our in-person or virtual programs.

    In-person programs include an admissions presentation with our Transfer Coordinator and a campus tour. They may also include time to talk with representatives from Financial Aid, Career Services, Student Life, and our Multicultural Center and Office of Diversity and Inclusion. Get the chance to learn more about Programs and Majors from our four colleges.

    If you can't make it to campus, we invite you to participate in one of our Virtual programs. Topics may include general information about UMD and the Transfer process, or specialized topics featuring guest speakers from various UMD Student Services.  

    Please select individual programs below for more detailed information and to find a program and date that’s right for you!  

    In the meantime, if you have questions, please reach out to our Transfer Coordinator, Jen Burns. She can help answer your questions about the transfer process. 

    Jen Burns, M.A.
    Transfer Coordinator
    Office of Admissions
    University of Minnesota Duluth

    Important Visit Information

    1. Please do not attend your visit if you or anyone in your household is ill or experiencing any symptoms of COVID-19.
    2. Each prospective student must register in advance.
    3. Please Note: If driving, vehicle information (license plate and vehicle type) is required to park on campus in our visitor lots. Campus lots are enforced year-round. Please have this information available when completing your visit registration.

    Please note: these events are specifically designed for Transfer students. If you are not a Transfer student, please select from one of our general campus visit programs.
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