Twin Ports Colleges Renew Cross Registration
Students Can Attend Classes at Any of the Three Colleges
DULUTH, Minn. – The Twin Ports’ trio of four–year colleges renewed their bonds of cooperation Friday.
Chancellors from the University of Minnesota Duluth, College of St. Scholastica and Univeristy of Wisconsin-Superior renewed a cross registration agreement between the schools.
The program allows students to take courses at any of the other campuses, which gives those students students more options when selecting courses.
“There’s great stories from students, about being able to take that course at St. Scholastica that they need for a grad program entrance,” said Mary Keenan, UMD Assistant Vice Chancellor for Enrollment Management. “Or a student at UWS that’s making progress in their degree and maybe can graduate a term earlier by having access to a course at UMD.”
Cross registration between UMD, CSS and UWS started in the 1960s.