Students may make a change in their course schedules (drops and adds). For courses greater than four weeks, this drop-add period is up through the first five business days of the term, or one business day after the first class meeting, whichever is later. For courses four weeks or less in length, students may add or drop courses up through one business day after the first class meeting. Students use eServices to drop or add courses. Students should always meet with their assigned advisor to discuss changes to their course schedule.

Students may withdraw from courses after the fifth class day through the final date for official course withdrawal, which is the date on which eighty percent of the days in the course have elapsed. It is the student’s responsibility to initiate withdrawal from a course, and a student considering withdrawing from a course should connect with their Academic Advisor. Withdrawal dates are posted on the web schedule.

Official transcripts will not be issued if you have any financial obligations to Minnesota North College.

If you need an official transcript sent to a Minnesota State college or university, the Minnesota State institution may be able to electronically retrieve your transcript. Please contact that institution directly for further information. A complete listing of the Minnesota State institutions can be found at www.minnstate.edu.

An official transcript can be request by completing the Transcript Request Form electronically through Student Clearinghouse for a small fee.

  1. Access eServices
  2. Login with your StarID (Activate or get yours at starid.minnstate.edu)
  3. Click on Academic Records
  4. Select Unofficial Transcripts
  5. Click on Get Academic Record
  6. Save or print record

If Minnesota North College is not listed under My Minnesota State School Summary, please email records@minnesotanorth.edu. Include your first and last name, Star ID and if you attended Hibbing Community College, Itasca Community College, Mesabi Range College, Rainy River Community College, and/or Vermilion Community College. The records office will work to make the Minnesota North College transcript available in eServices.

Students who have met the requirements of their programs (including good academic standing) can apply to graduate from Minnesota North by following these steps:

  1. Log in to eServices to review the DARS report to make sure that the degree, diploma, or certificate requirements will be met by the end of the term.
  2. Complete a Graduation Application (in the Student Forms section).

Students who have submitted a Graduation Application and who have successfully met all requirements for their program will have their award (degree, diploma, and/or certificate) posted to their transcript approximately 3-4 weeks after final grades have been posted.
Diplomas will be mailed 8-12 weeks following the end of the term. Students not meeting all requirements for graduation will be notified via letter.

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