ADMISSION & SCHOLARSHIP OFFER
Accept your offer by June 1st
Note: Students who receive an offer after June 1 will be assigned an alternate date.
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VOCABULARY YOU SHOULD KNOW
Term is the timeframe during which courses are offered.
Fall Term: September to December
Winter Term: January to April
Credit hours are values assigned to courses. Students must complete a certain number of credit hours (90 or 120) to graduate from a degree program. Typical first year courses are valued at 3 credit hours (1 term) or 6 credit hours (2 terms).
Course Code is the course number and department name assigned to a particular course. Introductory level courses are indicated by course numbers in the 1000s; e.g., ENGL 1200 is an introductory English course. Most second level (2000) courses require completion of the introductory level (1000) course.
W & M requirements are the written and math compulsory courses required by all students to complete a degree program.
Academic advisors are faculty representatives who can assist you with course selection and developing a successful academic plan. Advisors can also help you to understand the university’s rules and regulations.
Registration is the process of signing up for courses.
Aurora is the U of M’s online registration and student information system used to register for courses, view class schedules, access booklists, obtain tuition fee statements and more!