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Congratulations on your acceptance! At Northwestern, you will be surrounded by energetic and supportive peers, receive personal and professional guidance and have outstanding clinical experiences.

Checklist for newly admitted students

Prior to the start of the term, complete the steps below:

1. Pay your tuition deposit

A tuition deposit is required as soon as possible to secure your enrollment and to register for classes.

2. Apply for financial aid

Apply for financial aid early to be considered for federal grants, loans and work study programs. You'll begin by submitting the online Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA).

3. Submit your Minnesota Immunization Form

Minnesota law requires that all students born after 1956 and enrolled in a public or private post-secondary school in Minnesota be immunized against diphtheria, tetanus, measles. mumps and rubella. You will not be able to register for classes until your immunization information is received.

To obtain the form, visit Minnesota Immunization Requirement.

4. Read required policies

At New Student Orientation, you will be required to sign a document that you have read and understood the following information and policies:

A. Program Technical Standards (Qualifications):

B. Drug-Free Campus Policy

C. University Student Handbook

5. Register to attend Orientation

All new students participate in New Student Orientation. You’ll receive a comprehensive overview of what you'll need to know to transition into being a successful student at Northwestern.

To view dates and register, visit New Student Orientation.

Register for classes

Registration process - For students beginning classes in Fall 2014 who have paid their tuition deposit, registration information will be emailed to you on June 30, 2014. Complete and return the documents to the Registrar right away.

Class schedules will be posted online approximately 1 month prior to the start of classes. 

Books and supplies

Book lists are updated as they become available for the upcoming term.

Study skills and writing assistance

We'll help you create an individualized study plan or provide help with a writing project through our study skills and writing assistance services.

Parking regulations

A parking sticker can be purchased during New Student Orientation for a one-time fee of $10.00. The charge is added to your first-trimester statement. The sticker must be displayed at all times when using the University parking facilities. 

Additional resources


For questions, contact:

Office of Admissions
Phone: 952-885-5409
admit@nwhealth.edu

 

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