Current campus students

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Current campus students who are taking an online course through a UM System university can always come back here to learn how the process works or get reacquainted.

Enroll in a course

You may choose to enroll in an online course to better fit your schedule, for more course selection or to learn from the convenience of home. Find out how you can enroll in an online course.

Cross-campus enrollment

If you would like to take an online course from another UM System university, you will need to go through a cross-enrollment process.

Talk to your advisor

If you have a question, go to your student information system to find your advisor’s name and contact information. If you have not been assigned an advisor, we can help!

Figure out money matters

Taking an online course can be convenient for your schedule, but you are responsible for staying on top of your aid and payments. Online courses may involve fees and may affect the distribution of your financial aid. Talk to your university’s financial aid office for more details.

Get started

Now that you’re set up, access your courses, exams and grades. 

Keep learning remotely

In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, we created Keep Learning, a website with tips, resources and important information for you to use when shifting to remote learning. 

Looking for more resources?

The four UM System universities have gathered information that students often need so you can get help with technology and stay connected to what’s on campus. Select your university and find more information:



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