- Send all official transcripts directly to the Office of Admissions at email@example.com.
- The U’s Transfer Student Experience offers events & tips specifically for transfer students.
- Students can select tutoring appointments and find drop-in schedules through TutorTrac.
- The Safety Office has information about Access Changes for UMN Health Science Buildings including maps.
Here are a variety of services, opportunities, and resources available to Program students.
UMN Library Resources
Here are a couple of updates from the U Libraries! When our physical buildings are closed we are all working to support students online.
- Please use lib.umn.edu.
- Students (and faculty and staff) can access all of our online resources anywhere with Internet access. We have millions of online scholarly journals, magazines and newspaper articles, ebooks, streaming videos and music.
- Increased online full text to books in our print collection
- When the physical libraries are closed, we have emergency online access to millions of items from our print collections!
- Use Libraries search box on the homepage lib.umn.edu, and look for "Full Text Available at HathiTrust."
- Don't see what you're looking for? Let us know and we can help you get what you need.
- Chat with a Librarian 24/7 & online appointments
- Chat with a librarian 24/7, is available now - can ask us anything 24/7!
- Students can also request a virtual consultation with the libraries OR make a 30 virtual appointment with a Peer Research Consultant (a.k.a. peer tutor for Library research).
- Orientation to the U Libraries for new students
- We have pulled together resources for new incoming studentsLinks to an external site. who want to know more about the Libraries (note: new students DO have access to our online library content).
- This includes some new welcome videos, links to useful services (e.g. online New York TimesLinks to an external site., etc.), and a request form for students to get a virtual Library tour!
- Reminder of virtual services from Success.umn.edu.
Association for Death Education and Counseling®
The Association for Death Education and Counseling®, The Thanatology Association®, is one of the oldest interdisciplinary organizations in the field of dying, death and bereavement. Its nearly 2,000 members include a wide array of psychologists, counselors, social workers, educators, researchers, hospice personnel, clergy, and volunteers. The primary goal of ADEC is to enhance the ability of professionals to meet the needs of those with whom they work in death education and grief counseling.
SANP is a committee of ADEC that is comprised of students and new professionals from diverse disciplines who are interested in the study of or practice in the field of thanatology. The committee works together to actively promote the involvement of students and new professionals in ADEC, prepare for annual conference activities and events, and raise funds to further scholarship and support of students and new professionals in this field. This year, SANP is focused on increasing committee membership, incorporating new methods of raising funds to support students and new professional scholarships, increasing our social media presence, supporting professional development, and improving outreach. The committee is concerned with finding new ways to reach underrepresented professions in the field and increasing diversity within the committee and the population of students and new professionals in ADEC at large. We would like to invite all who are interested in joining in on the exciting and new initiatives of our committee to reach out to us via our Facebook page, ADEC Division of Students and New Professionals, or email myself at firstname.lastname@example.org or the SANP Committee Chair, Ashley C. Overman-Goldsmith, at email@example.com.
The Access Consultants in the Disability Resource Center are happy to meet with MortSci students to discuss accommodation options.
It is the student’s responsibility to arrange a meeting with each instructor each semester to discuss how/if/when accommodations may be needed.
If you have a letter from the DRC it is advised that you share it with your instructors as soon as possible. Do not wait until the week before a big exam!
In whatever ways you are connected to and impacted by current events, we offer our support. We care about you and invite you to talk with your access consultant if you are in need of resources and support. You can also reach out to our office at firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Office for Equity and Diversity statement on the murder of George Floyd
- UMN Mental Health Collective of Indigenous People and People of Color
- UMN mental health resources (for students)
- Employee Assistance Program (for employees)
- Bias Response Referral Network (BRRN)
For further resources, please visit the DRC Facebook page.
Program of Mortuary Science Student Travel Fund
If you have either attended or plan to attend, any professional conferences/meetings/trainings during the academic year, funding to help defray your travel expenses may be available!
The newly-established Program of Mortuary Science Student Travel Fund supports travel by mortuary science students to both regional and national funeral service organization meetings (no international travel can be funded). Requests for funding will be reviewed on a rolling basis and may be submitted throughout the academic year.
Please use this Google form to submit your request for funding.
(Note: You must use your @umn.edu email to access this form.)
UMN's Office for National and International Scholarships
Housed within the University Honors Program in 390 Northrop, the Office for National and International Scholarships serves enrolled undergraduates and recent graduates from all colleges at the University of Minnesota-Twin Cities. Our mission is to encourage and assist students with excellent academic records—including but not limited to honors students.