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UMD Application Documents | Post-UMD Acceptance Documents
If you have already been accepted by your home university to study abroad at the University of Minnesota Duluth, congratulations! The next step is to complete and return all the necessary forms to the UMD International Education Office.
If you have not been accepted by your home university please stop by your university's international office for details on applying to study at the University of Minnesota Duluth.
Check out these resources as you apply & prepare to study at UMD:
Please read through the following information and return all forms by the deadline.Exchange Student Application [PDF]
The International Education Office (IEO) and the US Department of Homeland Security need all information on this form to be filled in in exactly as it appears on your passport in order to issue your I-20 form required for your US student visa (F-1).UMD Class Request Form [PDF]
Congratulations on being accepted to study at UMD!
In order to best serve you, please read through the following information, complete and submit the three forms requested before the deadline.
Students should complete the Arrival Details form to indicate when they will be arriving to campus. If you wish to have IEO to arrange pick-up from your Duluth arrival location (airport or one of the bus stops), make certain to indicated this on the form. All students must arrive prior to orientation, which held all day the Friday just prior to the first day of class.http://www.shb.umn.edu/duluth/international-students/.
Effective Fall 2013 the UMD International Education Office will the cover exchange student enrollment costs for the Student Health Benefit Plan. However, exchange students will be required to pay for any medical costs not covered by the insurance.
Additionally students who elect to enroll in the voluntary dental plan will need to pay this out of pocket. NOTE: The dental plan cost will be billed and payment will be due after the semester starts at UMD.
To ensure you have met all immunization requirements please read the letter from UMD Health Services and then complete the Immunization and Health History forms.A Letter from UMD Health Services [DOC]
Send completed forms directly to the International Education Office.