Minnesota State University, Mankato provides students with a variety of course planning resources, including academic advising, online tools and resources, and an entirely online class registration process.
The online academic catalog outlines course requirements and policies for each academic program. The catalog year corresponds with the year the student begins their program and details the curriculum and degree requirements that a student must fulfill in order to graduate.
Advising relationships are a key factor in academic success. Each academic college has an advising center. When you start as a new student, you are often assigned to the advising center when you first declare a major at orientation.
The Office of the Registrar encompasses everything from registration and transfer evaluations, through degree conferment and student records. We are located in room 132 of Wigley Administration Center. Our hours are 8-4:30 during the academic year, and 7:30-4 during the summer.
Use your time this summer to stay on track and earn credits toward graduation—register now for courses during one or both of Minnesota State University, Mankato’s two summer sessions.