Cross campus enrollment allows students to take a class(s) at another UM Campus.  It's a simple process to enroll.  To participate you must be a current undergraduate degree-seeking student, with no holds impacting registration.

If you are an UMSL student wanting to take classes at another UM campus, simply log into MyView and navigate to your Student Center.  Under the Academics area you will see a link to Enroll: MU, S&T, & UMKC.  Use the links provided to search the other campus Schedule of Classes to determine what courses are available.  You will want to check for online instruction mode unless you are willing to travel to the campus.  To participate, select the campus you would like to visit, the term you intend to take the class in,  read and check the acknowledgement, and submit.  You will receive an email from the campus you are visiting with instructions related to your next steps.   

If you are a student at another UM school, please visit Joe's, MyZou, or Pathway and follow the instructions above.

For more information, select the tab above that best identifies you.  You will find answers to frequently asked questions. 

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What is cross campus enrollment?

Cross campus enrollment gives currently enrolled, undergraduate degree-seeking students from UMSL the opportunity to enroll in a class(s) at another UM school. 

 

Who is the host institution?

The host institution is the other UM school where you would like to participate in cross enrollment

 

Who is the home institution?

The home institution is the school at which you are enrolled as a degree-seeking student. 

 

Why should I cross enroll?

Cross campus enrollment gives UMSL students more flexibility with their course selection.  If a course is full, or not offered at UMSL, you might be able to enroll in the same course on another UM campus.

 

What are the benefits of cross enrollment?

Flexibility with course selection, no application fees, and automated transcripts sent after course completion at the host institution enable you to stay on target to graduate.  Financial aid recipients may also receive some benefits by enrolling at another UM campus vs. a non-UM campus. 

 

Will my courses meet degree requirements at UMSL?

Before enrolling at another UM campus, please check with your advisor to verify the course is applicable to your degree program and/or requirements. 

 

How do I apply for cross campus Enrollment?

Go to Self Service in MyView and click on Enroll: MU, UMKC, MST.   By submitting your request through the cross campus enrollment page in MyView, your data will be automatically shared with the other campus so they can review your eligibility to enroll. 

 

I clicked on Enroll: MU, UMKC, MST in Self-Service and it will not allow me to apply for cross campus enrollment.

You may have a hold on your account and are not eligible at this time.  Check your hold history via MyView Self-Service.  If a hold exist that prohibits registration at UMSL, it will stop enrollment at the other UM campus.  Contact the appropriate office related to the hold.  If you have further questions, please contact the Registrar’s Office at UMSL.

 

Do I need a consortium agreement?

Possibly. A consortium agreement is a written agreement between two schools where one of the schools provides some of the instruction for students enrolled at, and receiving the degree from the other school, and the school awarding the degree or credential agrees to give credit to the student for that instruction/coursework.  The consortium also establishes the terms under which financial aid is awarded for the courses in question.  If you are receiving financial aid and want to have that aid help cover the costs at the other school, contact student Financial Assistance at 314-516-5526.

 

I was successful in requesting enrollment.  What happens next?

You will receive an admit letter explaining how to enroll from the other UM Campus.

 

 How much will I be charged?

Students will be charged at the host campus’s rate.  All applicable tuition and fees will apply.

 

Will I get one bill or two?

        You will get a bill from each campus.  Bills are sent to your UM assigned email account. 

Keep in mind that course fees may be different at each campus as well as residency requirements.

 

Can I drop a course at UMSL and add a class on another campus without additional cost?

All courses dropped at UMSL will be subject to the normal reassessment schedule and full tuition and fees will be assessed by the other campus at the other campus’s rates.

 

What if I need to withdraw from the course?

Please contact the Registrar’s Office at the host school. 

 

What refunds are available?

You may check the fee reassessment schedule at http://www.umsl.edu/cashiers/tuition-fees/fee-reassessment.html . Check the other UM campus’s Cashier’s Office webpage for details on their specific reassessment/refund policy.

 

How do I know the calendar for the course?

Please check with the academic calendar on the campus in which you have cross enrolled. 

 

How do I know this course will transfer?

Please check with your home campus advisor to ensure that the course will transfer.  You may also check the Transfer Equivalency database at http://www.umsl.edu/transferservices/transfer-tools/credit-equivalency/index.html

 

Will I need to send a transcript back to UMSL after completing my course?

No.  As a benefit of participating in cross campus enrollment, UM campuses will share transcripts once grades have been posted.

 

What if I am receiving accomodations at my home institutions?  How can I apply those to the other school?

 

Students with disabilities wishing to utilize their home institution’s approved accommodations as a visiting student at a host institution should reach out to their host institution’s disability services office.  Students should follow the initial steps outlined by each institution to request an accommodation plan and should then provide a copy of their home institution’s accommodation letter in lieu of submitting third-party documentation. 

Students will meet with a representative from their host institution to learn more about differences between campus procedures related to accommodation implementation and to obtain their accommodation letter.  

 

What is Cross Campus Enrollment?

Cross campus enrollment gives currently enrolled, undergraduate degree-seeking students from another UM campus the opportunity to enroll in a class(s) at UMSL. 

 

Who is the host institution?

The host institution is the other UM school where you would like to participate in cross enrollment.

 

Who is the Home institution?

        The Home institution is the school at which you are enrolled as a degree-seeking student. 

 

Why should I cross enroll?

Cross campus enrollment gives students more flexibility with their course selection.  If a course is full or not offered at your home campus, you might be able to enroll in the same or equivalent course at UMSL.

 

What are the benefits of cross enrollment?

Cross campus enrollment provides flexibility with course selection, no application fees, automated transfer of credits, and it enables you to stay on target to graduate.  Financial aid recipients may also receive some benefits by enrolling at another UM campus vs. a non-UM campus.  Please contact the home campus for financial eligibility.

 

How do I request Cross Campus Enrollment?

Go to Self Service in MyZou, Joe’s, or Pathways and click on Enroll: UMSL.  By submitting your request through the Cross campus enrollment page in self-service, UMSL will now review your request.  You will receive a cross-campus enrollment letter from UMSL within the next two or three business days.

 

I clicked on Enroll-UMSL in Self-Service and it will not allow me to apply for Cross Campus Enrollment.

You may have a hold on your account and are not eligible at this time. Check your hold history via MyZou, Joe’s, or Pathway Student Center for holds that stop enrollment.  Contact the appropriate office related to the hold.  For additional questions, please contact the Registrar’s Office at your home campus.

 

Do I need a consortium agreement?

Possibly (A consortium agreement is a written agreement between two schools where one of the schools provides some of the instruction for students enrolled at, and receiving the degree from the other school, and the school awarding the degree or credential  agrees to give credit to the student for that instruction/coursework.  The consortium also establishes the terms under which financial aid is awarded for the courses in question).  If you are receiving aid at your home campus and you want your UMSL course considered when your financial aid eligibility is evaluated, you should contact the financial aid office at your home institution to discuss your options.

 

 

 

How much will I be charged?

        Students will be charged at UMSL’s rate.  All applicable tuition and fees will apply.

 

Will I receive a bill from UMSL?

You will receive a bill from UMSL for the course(s) you enrolled in at UMSL.  If you are enrolled at your home institution as well, you will receive a bill from that UM campus also.  The statement will be sent to your UM assigned email account.  Keep in mind that course fees may be different at each campus as well as residency requirements.

 

What if I need to withdraw from a class or classes at UMSL?

Please visit the UMSL Registrar’s webpage at: http://www.umsl.edu/~registration/students/add-drop-change.html

If you are just dropping a class, but remaining in others at the host institution (UMSL), please follow the dropping a course instructions.  If dropping all of your classes at UMSL, please follow the withdrawal procedures.

 

What refunds are available?

You may check the fee reassessment schedule at:

http://www.umsl.edu/cashiers/tuition-fees/fee-reassessment.html

 

How do I know the calendar for the course?

Please check with the UMSL academic calendar

 

Will I receive a new email address?
Your email will remain at your home campus, and you will not receive an UMSL email address. All correspondence from UMSL will be sent to your home campus student email.

 

How do I know this course will transfer?

Please check with your home campus advisor to ensure that the course will transfer.  You may also check the Transfer Equivalency database at: http://www.umsl.edu/transferservices/transfer-tools/credit-equivalency/index.html

 

Will I need to request a transcript to be sent back to my home institution after completing my course?

No.  As a benefit of participating in cross campus enrollment, UM Campuses will share transcripts once grades have been posted.  Please note: you must apply via the Cross Campus Enrollment method in order to have your transcript sent free of charge.  

What if I am receiving accomodations at my home institutions?  How can I apply those to the other school?

 Students with disabilities wishing to utilize their home institution’s approved accommodations as a visiting student at a host institution should reach out to their host institution’s disability services office.  Students should follow the initial steps outlined by each institution to request an accommodation plan and should then provide a copy of their home institution’s accommodation letter in lieu of submitting third-party documentation. 

Students will meet with a representative from their host institution to learn more about differences between campus procedures related to accommodation implementation and to obtain their accommodation letter.