Tuition and Fee Payment
NMU offers three
options for the payment of tuition
and fees and housing charges. The options are designed to assist students and
their families to meet their financial obligations to the
university. More information is posted on the web at
paymentplans or contact the Student Service Center.
A notice will be sent to your NMU e-mail address when
your overage check is available. For more information contact
Student Service Center.
Cat Career Tracks is an online system that allows you to manage your
job search more efficiently. To utilize this system, activate
your account at
Log in today to view all of the available job openings, both on-
and off- campus. Both work-study and regular employment
positions are posted.
On-campus applications and resources (resume
building, job search help, etc.) are available in the Cat Career
Tracks Resource Library and also on the
For a complete list of services offered,
contact Career Services.
The university does not mail grade reports. Final grades will
be available online at
each semester. You can also access an unofficial
transcript and check your class schedule using
The following offices will be open Saturday,
Aug. 23, from 10 a.m. - 2 p.m. to provide student services prior
to the beginning of the fall semester, which begins Monday, Aug. 25.
Academic and Career Advisement
Dean of Students
First Year Experience
Housing and Residence Life
Multicultural Education and Resource
Public Safety and Police Services
Student Service Center
All parents of Northern students
can sign up to join the award-winning NMU Parent
Partnership. This program features regular e-mail
newsletters (or postal-mail copies when necessary) from
President Fritz Erickson to parents that highlight
activities taking place on campus, discuss higher
education issues, and answer questions sent to the
president from parents about how and
why Northern operates the way it does. There is no cost
to join the Parent Partnership.
So, ask your mom and dad if they’ve already signed
they haven’t, encourage them to do so. To
subscribe to the newsletter, they can go to
click on the newsletter link at the top and fill out the
brief sign-up questionnaire. If your parents need
to register by mail, they can do so by writing to NMU
Parent Partnership, Office of the President, Northern
Michigan University, 1401 Presque Isle Avenue,
Marquette, MI 49855. When signing up by mail,
parents should include their name, address and phone
number, as well as your name and high school.
If your parents have signed up for the NMU Parent Partnership
newsletter but haven’t received any of the issues, there
may be a firewall or browser issue. Suggest that they
put the Parent Partnership e-mail address,
in their e-mail address book, which sometimes enables
newsletter delivery to work around such problems. If the
problems continue, they should e-mail
or call 906-227-2242.
Wondering how to find your (e-mail) user ID and password?
If you have forgotten your user ID or password, go to
myuser.nmu.edu and select
I Lost My Password.
Follow the prompts to set a new password.
Laptop Distribution Dates
The Superior Dome will be the
distribution site for notebook computers that are
provided to all full-time NMU students as part of tuition and fees;
part-time students pay a rental fee. This year’s Dome
distribution will be Thursday and Friday, Aug. 21-22.
During early August, a
complete TLC information package was sent to all full-time students
via their NMU e-mail account or, for incoming freshmen and transfer
students, via U.S. mail. The package
includes an assigned computer pickup/exchange time and information
regarding computing services, registration and set up.
Distribution information for students can be found at:
To receive a computer, a student must be currently enrolled (tuition
paid or tuition payment plan selected) and registered for credit-earning
classes. Students must present a valid picture ID and sign a
Computer Use Agreement. If the student is under 18, a parent or
legal guardian must sign the Computer Use Agreement.
setting up and registering the
computer will be available on-site. To receive help, students will
need their NMU (e-mail) user ID
and password. First-time students
should have received a user ID and password at orientation. Students
who have lost or forgotten their user ID or password can go to
on the web, or contact the Help Desk,
227-2468, room 116, Learning Resource Center. The Help Desk will
have a booth in the Superior Dome during distribution.
A video that
demonstrates how to set up the notebook computer and register it to
NMU's network, and provides helpful hints for the care of the
computer will air on Charter Channel 20. It
will be shown at the bottom of the hour beginning at 9:30 a.m. every day, with the last
showing at 11:30 p.m.
Students who cannot make their
assigned time during the distribution will need to go to the
Micro Repair Office, located in the lower level of the LRC, to
pick up their computers. Micro Repair will be open from 1-5 p.m.
Sunday, Aug. 24; 8:30 a.m. to 6:30 p.m. Monday through Thursday; and
8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Friday.
Laptop Distribution Dates, Locations
Thurs., Aug. 21
Fri., Aug. 22
9 am-6 pm
Mon., Aug. 25–Thurs., Aug. 28
8:30 am-6:30 pm
Order online and receive
automatic order updates by email.
University has authorized the
National Student Clearinghouse to
provide transcript ordering via the web. You can order
transcripts using any major credit card.
on the Student Services tab, then the
“enrollment verification” link. Once you are at
the National Student Clearinghouse web site,
select the “transcript ordering/tracking” link.
Also, currently enrolled
students can access their
unofficial transcripts at no charge on
Former Students: Go
www.getmytranscript.com or to the
National Student Clearinghouse secure site.
error is made in the calculation or recording of a grade. If you
feel that a clerical error has been made in a winter or summer
grade, contact your instructor immediately.
submit grade changes for clerical errors to the Registrar’s
Office by the 15th working day of the semester (Friday, Sept. 12). For more information on the grade change policy, please contact
the Registrar's Office.
start of the fall semester is one of my favorite times
of the year. I love to see a campus reenergized by all
of the activity and enthusiasm. If you are a returning
student, welcome back and best wishes for continued
success in achieving your academic goals. If you’re like
me and new to the university, I’m confident that you
will soon discover the qualities that make this a
uniquely special place. Northern offers an immersive
learning experience in a vibrant, friendly community
surrounded by an amazing natural environment. It’s the
ideal package—one that we believe helps to unleash and
build strength of mind and character.
Most importantly, Northern is a
student-centered university. My goal is to enhance that
reputation through every step of your academic career. I
am grateful to be joined in that effort by a wonderful
collection of faculty and staff who are passionate about
what they do and clearly committed to serving students.
We want to make your Northern experience as rewarding as
possible and welcome your feedback along the way. Please
send any comments or suggestions to
With the positive energy and can-do attitude I’ve
sensed on campus, along with the opening of the new and
impressive Jamrich Hall, it promises to be an exciting
year. We are sincerely happy that you will be a part of
it. Thank you for choosing Northern!
President Fritz Erickson
In The News
NMU Uses E-Mail as the Official Way of Communicating with Students
Northern Michigan University uses a
student’s NMU e-mail account as its primary means of
communicating official university business, including legally
required information as a condition of enrollment. All NMU students are required to use
their assigned NMU e-mail accounts to receive communication from
Student Needs to File a Local Address and Phone Number
Even though NMU uses e-mail as a
primary way to communicate with students, the university still needs
an updated address and phone number. NMU faculty and staff or
classmates may try to reach students by phone or important documents may be sent by
If you have not
given the university
your local address, information will be sent to your permanent
address. This could possibly result in a delay in
receiving information that is time-sensitive.
You can update
your local and permanent address and phone number
instantly on the web at
or stop by the
and fill out an
Fee Billing Statements Sent
Tuition and fee rates and billing statements
are available for viewing and/or making payment at
https://payment.nmu.edu/ebill. The due date for tuition, fees, room
and board was Wednesday, Aug. 13.
To assist with questions about tuition and fees and other
university issues, the NMU Information Center recently
center is manned by a full-time staff member and NMU
students who field telephone calls made to the Student
Service Center and Financial Aid offices.
For questions about tuition
and fees, financial aid or general “start of the semester”
matters, call 906-227-1221.
Don't Miss the Registration Deadline!
If you are planning to
graduate at the end of the fall semester, you must
register for graduation
so a final degree audit can be completed to verify your
eligibility. Register online just the same way as you would for
a class or contact the Student Service Center [906-227-1221].
The deadline is Thursday, Aug. 29.
Access to Records - Proxy
the option of sharing certain aspects of their academic record
with others through our Proxy Access system. Granting access is
done easily through the student's mynmu account. All they need
is the e-mail address of the person they want to give access to.
For more information and instructions on how to grant someone
access, go to
to park on campus during the school year must purchase
parking permit. Students have the option of registering
their vehicles on
or in person at Public Safety Parking Services. Students who register on
will have their parking permit
mailed to them. A valid vehicle registration is required if you
register a vehicle in person. No exceptions will be granted.
All tickets are valid citations including
those written the first week of school. Tickets issued for
failure to register a motor vehicle will not be excused
after the registration deadline, which is Tuesday, Sept.
Students who need to park on campus after this date
and do not have a valid permit must stop at Public
Safety and Police Services and get a temporary permit.
Temporary permits are available for up to 5 days a semester at no charge. Four-week temporary
permits are available for $30.
The fee for commuters, residents and university apartment residents is
$140. Second vehicle permits are half the price of the
first vehicle permit. Motorcycle permits are $22.50.
Parking Decal Application
Current Students - If you have
already registered for classes, please purchase your parking
The application can be found under the Student Services tab. You
must be registered for classes in order to purchase a parking
Visitors and Guests - Please
visit Public Safety and Police Services to receive a
complimentary parking pass. (Building #46 on the NMU
Public Safety and Police Services
100 Services Building