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  • Tri-College Registration Information

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  • Tri-College Registration Information

    Concordia College, Minnesota State University Moorhead and North Dakota State University students may register for courses at other Tri-College institutions under the Tri-College agreement according to the following procedures: 

    1. Students must observe all registration and academic policies of their home campus, including arrangement for withdrawals, drop/adds, pass/fail options, audits and incomplete grades. Courses may be applied to resident credit requirements only at the institution where they register and pay tuition with one exception: NDSU students earning a University Studies degree must complete residency requirements through NDSU courses only.

    2. Grades earned through Tri-College are calculated into home campus grade-point averages and posted on home campus academic records.

    3. Students with documented disabilities who wish to register for Tri-College courses and who have transportation or other needs should contact the Disabilities Service Office on their home campus.

    4. Although semester beginning and ending dates are similar between the Tri-College institutions, please note that the breaks during the semester do not necessarily match.

    5. Students taking a Tri-College course to repeat a home campus course previously taken must indicate this on the form. Duplication of credits is not permitted.

    6. Students enrolling in Tri-college courses that require special fees (lab fees, lessons, supplies, etc.) will be responsible for paying those fees at the provider campus.

    7. MSUM and NDSU students seeking registration at CC or CC students seeking enrollment at MSUM and NDSU must be enrolled at full-time status at their home campus.

    8. All students must be registered at their home campus before being eligible to enroll in Tri-College courses. This enrollment limitation is not applicable during the Summer term.

    9. The course exchange is limited to one course per student per semester per participating campus, and only if the course is not catalogued or offered on the student’s home campus in a given semester. Exceptions to the one course/semester limit among campuses are as follows:

      • Students who have declared a Tri-College minor (one not offered by their home campus). The minor must be declared and on file with the home institution, and will be confirmed by the home campus at the point of registration. The host campus will confirm that the course(s) being requested are required for the minor;
      • Students who request enrollment in either the Aerospace Studies/Air Force ROTC (AS) or Military Science/Army ROTC (MS) courses at NDSU;
      • Students who request enrollment in a course/lab pairing (lecture and corresponding lab)
      • Students enrolled in a Vaccinology seminar course are permitted to enroll in one additional class via the Tri-College consortium in the same term
      • Students enrolled in the Tri-College University Educational Leadership program
      • Concordia allows exchange by their full-time students to enroll in one course per semester between the partner institutions and then only if the course is not offered at Concordia that semester. Concordia does not participate in the course exchange during the summer semester.

    10. NDSU Distance and Continuing Education (DCE) courses are not eligible for Tri-College enrollment.

    Tri-College Course Schedules:


    Tri-College Course Equivalency Resources:


     Tri-College University
     Tri-College Registration Form (PDF)
     Tri-College Minor Form (PDF)

    If you have any questions regarding your Tri-College registration, please contact your home campus: