Multi-I Tuition & Fees
Tuition and Fees
You will be charged separate tuition rates and fees for classes taken on different campuses. If you take courses at two campuses simultaneously, you will receive separate two bills. If you are assessed students service fees for more than one campus, visit your home campus or the host campus to have one set of fees removed.
Tuition rates for Morris online courses are the same as Morris on-campus courses.
- Tuition and fees are set by the Board of Regents: Cost Sheet.
- There is also a $45 per credit fee for all online/distance courses.
Late Registration Fee
The all-University late registration fee is charged to all students on all campuses. This late registration fee is only assessed for any initial registration that occurs on or after the first day of classes. It does NOT affect adding or dropping of classes.
Financial Aid Approval
Students receiving grants, loans, work study, or scholarships must discuss plans with a financial aid officer. Written approval on the application form is required. (Note that not all courses taught at the University of Minnesota are eligible to receive financial aid.)
Submit completed forms to the One Stop Student Services of your home campus. In person submission is encouraged. Allow adequate time for processing. Students are notified via email when their setup is complete and they can be registered on another campus as a Multi-I student.
One Stop Sites for University of Minnesota Campuses
If registered for courses at more than one University campus, students receive a bill from each campus for tuition and fees. If they are assessed duplicate fees (i.e., Student Service Fee), students must contact the campus where they do NOT want to pay the fee(s) and ask that the fees be reversed.
If you receive financial aid and are registered for classes at both your home and a host campus during the same term, your financial aid will be based on the combined credits for which you are registered at both campuses. However, your aid will be disbursed and applied to your bill at your home campus only. It will not apply directly to your bill at your host campus. You will be responsible for paying that bill separately. If you receive a financial aid credit balance refund check, those funds can be used to pay your bill at your host campus.
If students are registered for all classes at the “host” campus they are visiting, the billing email is sent from host campus. Financial aid received at the “home” campus will be sent to the student in the form of a credit balance refund check, which should be used to pay the bill from the “host” campus.
Legally Binding Contract
By registering for classes, you are entering into a legally binding contract to pay all tuition and fees, including any nonrefundable fees.
Tuition refunds are available only through specified dates for each semester. Check the refund schedule before canceling courses; you are held responsible for tuition and fees if you do not cancel during the 100 percent refund period.
- Fall full semester and first half semester Online Learning courses follow the University of Minnesota Twin Cities registration and refund deadlines.
- Fall second half semester, spring semester and summer term Online Learning courses follow the University of Minnesota Morris registration and refund deadlines.