Welcome to M State! You are on the right path to making good decisions that will have a positive impact on your future. Taking concurrent courses will give you a jump start on your college education, save you money and give you college experience in a high school setting. Below are some helpful resources on how to be a successful student.
We hope you enjoy your experience of earning college credit through the M State concurrent program, and that you will consider continuing on as an M State student after you graduate high school. Book a tour at one of our four campuses to learn more about what we have to offer.
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HOW TO REQUEST A TRANSCRIPT TO A NON-MnSCU SCHOOL
Visit the M State forms page and click on "Transcript Request" under the "Graduation and Transfer" heading. You will need the most recent version of Java. Your request will be processed within 72 hours.
Computer requirements to utilize M State's interactive forms:
1. All forms utilize the Java program. You can download and install the free Java program at www.java.com. If you have Java, but are not sure you have the most recent version, you can visit the Java test site at www.java.com/en/download/installed.jsp
2. Use one of the following Web browsers: IE 8, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome or Safari.
3. Since Java is not available for mobile devices, our forms cannot be utilized on mobile devices at this time.
4. Clear Web browser history.
If you have problems getting the forms to work, please call our Solution Center at 877.450.3322.
HOW TO REQUEST A TRANSCRIPT TO ANOTHER MnSCU SCHOOL
If you are applying to another institution within the MnSCU system, you do NOT need to request a transcript online because the college or university will have access to your MnSCU eTranscript. Not sure if the school you are applying to is part of MnSCU? Click here to find out.
M State library cards are mailed to students registered for concurrent enrollment English classes. Any concurrent enrollment student can request a card by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. Cards provide access to M State library resources and also can be used for free admission to M State athletic and fine arts events on the Fergus Falls campus.
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Last modified: August 13th, 2015 at 09:13am