Current online students

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If you are taking a course, earning a degree or earning a certificate online, we encourage you to bookmark this page so you can access resources easily. This page serves as a gateway for each step of being an online student.

Choose your courses

Course schedules:

To find out when courses are offered each term along with other details, go to the class search page for your campus. Search by term and filter by criteria such as subject, degree level, meeting times, synchronous or asynchronous, etc.

Consider your course load

As you choose courses, also remember how many courses you can take on at a given time. Studying online provides more flexibility than you would have otherwise, but you are still expected to complete the same amount of homework and take part as much as you would in a classroom.

Apply for financial aid early

If you are a degree-seeking online student, you may be eligible for financial aid. The financial aid offices encourage you to apply for aid using the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) by the priority deadline. And, even if you miss that deadline, you are still encouraged to apply should aid still be available. 

FAFSA application

Take exams and check your grades

All your interactions will continue online, including exam proctoring and finding out how you’ve done.

Take your exams

Access your grades

Student complaint resolution

Students enrolled in distance education courses who have a complaint about a course or experience should follow the complaint policy for their respective home institution. Find more information about the student complaint resolution process section for your university.

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. Select your university and find more information:



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