To make sure you are ready to attend CONNECT (Orientation Part I), please complete the following steps:
- Complete Housing Information -
Minot State University undergraduate students who have earned fewer than 24 semester hours and are under 20 years of age prior to the first day of the current semester, are required to live on campus and must submit housing information - either an application for housing and deposit OR complete a request for exemption (guardian signature may be required) before they are allowed to register for classes.
- Claim Your Account in CampusConnection (if you haven’t already)
You will need access to CampusConnection to register for classes. Go to the claim your account website, https://provisioning.ndus.edu/idm/user/login.jsp, click ‘Claim Your Account Here!’ and follow the instructions. You will obtain your log-in and password, which you need to bring with you to CONNECT (Orientation Part I) to register for classes. If you need assistance, please call 1-866-457-6387.
- Accept Financial Obligation Agreement in CampusConnection
Each semester students are required to accept the financial terms and conditions outlined by MSU in order to continue their enrollment. Students will not have access to enroll until they have agreed to the Financial Obligation Agreement (FOA). By accepting MSU’s financial agreement, students are agreeing to pay for services rendered by MSU and to abide by all policies and procedures.
Under the Finances section in CampusConnection, select Financial Obligation Agreement. Click on the magnifying glass, choose the correct semester and instituation, and accept the agreement. For additional information, please contact the Business Office at 858-3333 or 858-3233. Reminder: It is important to verify all personal data (e.g., name, address, and social security number) to ensure receipt of complete and accurate information from MSU. If a discrepancy is found, please contact the Registrar’s Office.
- Send Required Proof of Immunizations
The North Dakota University System requires all students born after Dec. 31, 1956 to provide two proofs of immunity to rubeola (measles), rubella (German measles), and mumps prior to registration for classes. Official documentation must be submitted to the Student Health Center. A hold will be placed on the registration process of non-compliant students.
Effective fall 2012, the NDUS requires all students ages 21 and younger residing in campus housing provide documentation of immunity against meningococcal disease prior to registration for classes. Documentation of immunity under Policy 506.1.2 means: (a) evidence of at least one dose of meningococcal conjugate vaccine in the five years prior to enrollment or (b) evidence of 2 doses of meningococcal conjugate vaccine administered at age 10 or older and at least eight weeks apart. Click here for more information.
- Watch Your Email for More Instructions closer to the time of your session.