Twin Cities Student Resources

Contact Office of Student Services if anything prevents you from succeeding in your coursework:

College of Pharmacy Office of Student Services
612-624-9490
pharmacy@umn.edu

University of Minnesota OneStop

University of Minnesota OneStop

This is the central point of information for university students. From here, you can register for classes, check student account balances, check on course offerings and schedules, look up university maps, and get connected to virtually all University information relevant to you.
www.onestop.umn.edu
612-624-1111

Academic Support

Academic Support

Child Care

Child Care

Child Care Center
Location (Off-Campus): 1600 Rollins Avenue S.E., Minneapolis
612-627-4014

Computers

Computers

Counseling and Student Assistance

Counseling and Student Assistance

  • Student Mental Health — Twin Cities Campus
    A web resource for students who wish to learn more about mental health and related resources at the University of Minnesota-Twin Cities. This resources includes an online assessment tool and helpful tips to learn more about mental health and how to connect to campus & community resources that can help.
  • University of Minnesota Studen Counseling Services
    Free individual and gruop counseling. Academic, personal, and career counseling provided.
    612-624-3323
  • Let's Talk
    For free and confidential mental health consultations
  • Aurora Center
    For victims of sexual violence, relationship violence, harassment, and stalking.
  • Boynton Health Service
    A full health care clinic on campus, as well as a mental health clinic. For on-campus resources and assistance with chemical dependency issues, contact Boynton Health Service.
  • Resources for Chemical Dependence Issues
    Pharmacist Recovery Network - Support Group and Advocacy
    Health Professionals Services Program - Monitoring and Recovery Support

Disability Insurance

Disability Insurance

All PharmD students are covered by long term Disability Insurance. Students whose illness or injury prevents them from being a student may be eligible to file a disability claim.

More details of coverage benefits and contact information for the plan administrator care available on this page: https://shb.umn.edu/students-and-scholars/ahc-disability

Students wishing to file a claim should notify the plan administrator as well as their College of Pharmacy student advisor.
 

Enrollment Verification

Enrollment Verification

To verify your enrollment as a student for purposes such as student loan deferment, insurance discounts, employment, etc., follow the steps outlined on the OneStop website. It will provide step-by-step instructions for requesting enrollment verification via MyU > Academics > Enrollment Verification.

Financial Aid

Financial Aid

Financial Aid Counselor for Health Professions

Elizabeth Holm
holmx029@umn.edu
Moos 2-693 
612-624-4138

Health

Health

Boynton Health Service
On campus primary health care, mental health clinic, urgent care and dental clinic.

Housing

Housing

The majority of PharmD students live off-campus, with other pharmacy colleagues.

Learning, Volunteering or Researching Abroad

Learning, Volunteering or Researching Abroad

University of Minnesota's Learning Abroad Center

University of Minnesota's Learning Abroad Center has resources on finding work or volunteering opportunities abroad. Those embarking on experiences outside the country must obtain International Health Insurance and sign and submit this release and waiver.

Study Spaces

Study Spaces

Find locations to study on campus

Classroom Services (AHC specific)

Study Space Finder (Campus-wide)

Transportation

Transportation

  • Parking and Transportation Services
    Find maps and directions, weather and construction updates, and campus safety tips.
  • Paratransit Service
    Find more information about this specialized curb-to-curb, on-campus transportation service provided free of charge to persons with either temporary or permanent physical disabilities.
  • University Campus Shuttle Bus Service
    Find information about bus routes, maps, and schedules.
  • Twin Cities Metro Transit
    Find information about Twin Cities public transportation, including bus routes, schedules, and maps.
  • U-Pass
    The U-pass is a discounted bus pass. Instead of paying per ride, you receive unlimited rides for fixed rate. Please go to the U-Pass website for the current rate, fill out the order form, send in payment and you will either receive the pass in the mail or can pick it up at the listed locations. You must have your U-Card and be a registered student to purchase a U-Pass.