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Short-Term/Summer Student

Just interested in taking a class or two at Anoka-Ramsey?

If you’re not pursuing a degree or certificate program, it’s easy to complete the admission and registration process.

And, best of all, you can transfer the credits you earn if you are a student at another college or university! Just make sure you get your Anoka-Ramsey schedule approved with your college or university advisor before you start your courses.

Taking 8 or More Credits?

Follow the admission steps for the student that best describe you on the Steps to Become a Student page.

Admissions Checklist for Students Taking 7 Credits or Less

  1. 1. Apply!

    Apply online for admission to the college. There is no cost to apply.

    Once you’ve submitted your application, watch for a letter informing you of your enrollment status.

    When you are admitted, your letter will include important information: your Student ID and PIN information.

    Be sure to save your StarID and Password where you can find it.  You’ll need your StarID to access your student email account and other campus information.

    Enrolled at another Minnesota State institution?

    If you are already a student at another Minnesota State institution, applying to Anoka-Ramsey is free and easy!
    Just use your StarID and Password to log in, then it will auto-fill most of your information into the application!

    If you don't know your StarID and Password, you can look up or reset that information by going to StarID.mnscu.edu.

  2. 2. Schedule Online Orientation

    Email Orientation@anokaramsey.edu and include the following information in the email:

    • Full Legal Name
    • Student ID Number
    • Phone Number
    • Short-Term/Summer Student

    The orientation staff will grant you access to the Online Orientation within 1-2 business days of your email.

  3. 3. Register for Courses

    Now is the time to register for your courses through your eServices account

    If the course you are trying to register for has a prerequisite, you will need to submit a Prerequisite Registration Form with a copy of your unofficial transcript to the Records Office before you can register yourself online.

  4. 4. Arrange for Payment

    After you have registered for courses, it’s time to pay your tuition and buy books.

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