University of Minnesota One Stop
This is the central point of information for university students where 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.
23 Solon Campus Center
- Academic Skills Coach: Julio Vega
One-on-one meetings to help you discover tools and resources to become a more effective and efficient student.
- Academic Writing & Learning Center
Academic courses and services designed to help all members of the campus community reach their academic and professional goals.
- Effective U
Tutorials to build skills for academic and personal wellbeing.
- PharmD Tutoring
Drop-in hours, exam review sessions, and 1:1 tutoring support are available.
- Disability Resources
Promotes access on campus and coordinates academic and resource accommodations with students who have disabilities.
Computers and Tech Support
- 1:Button Studio: Automated video recording space
- Computer Labs outside the College of Pharmacy
- Computer Corner: Electronic accessories, laptops, and tablets
- Media Hub: Recording equipment rental, assistance for editing videos, audio, and photos
- TechCenter Helpdesk: Assistance with computer repair & support, passwords, network access, email access, and more
See Technology Resources for additional College of Pharmacy requirements and information.
Counseling and Student Assistance
- Embedded Wellness Counselor - connect via one of the following methods
- Counseling Services
Free individual and group confidential counseling provided by a staff of professional counselors, psychologists, and supervised professionals-in-training.
104 Health Services
- Grief Group
To support those experiencing the loss of a loved one/family/friend. Meets weekly on Wednesday, 4:00-6:00 PM in the Split Rock room (KSC/RDC 301) across from the dining center.
- Let's Talk: Drop-In Counseling
Free and confidential mental health consultations.
- Learn to Live
Online mental health program based on Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), which assesses and delivers educational interventions on stress, depression and social anxiety. This program offers confidential, 24/7 access and psychological tools for managing these issues. (Use code UMN to get started)
- Behavioral Health Screening
Brief screenings are the quickest way to determine if you or someone you care about should connect with a behavioral health professional.
- Women's Resource and Action Center
For victims of sexual violence, relationship violence, harassment, and stalking.
24-hour Crisis Connection:
- If you or a peer are experiencing a mental health crisis you can get support through the Arrowhead Regional Crisis Line (877‐772‐4724) or the U of M Crisis Connection (text UMN to 61222 or call 612-301-4673).
- For emergencies or immediate threats to the safety of you or others, call 911 or present to your local emergency room.
Resources for Chemical Dependence Issues
All PharmD students are covered by long-term disability (LTD) insurance, which provides protection for students should a disability occur.
More details of coverage benefits and contact information for the plan administrator care are available on the Office of Student Health Benefits website.
Promoting an equitable & inclusive learning environment by providing accommodations, empowering students to become self-advocates, & by educating the campus community.
- Our office promotes access on campus and coordinates academic accommodations with students who have disabilities and their instructors
- We provide a testing location for students that can include assistive technology, extended time, and/or reduced distraction accommodations based on individual needs
- We work with students to coordinate access to other campus resources (housing, dining, etc.) and offer guidance & support to students
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.
Students in need of short-term financial assistance can submit a request to be eligible to receive emergency funding through the college's own emergency fund, and through other funds available to all university students. Emergency funds are meant to provide assistance to short-term, unforeseen financial needs (eg. housing, transportation, technology) - they are not meant to replace students' primary source of funding for their education.
Note that international students can seek emergency funding via ISS independently of this process.
Students can request emergency funds in two ways:
- Submit the Emergency Grant Application
- Notify your advisor of your need for financial assistance, and you will be provided with information to submit a request.
- OneStop assistance for estimating costs, financial aid, loan adjustments, billing and payment, and general questions about your student account.
OneStop at 23 Solon Campus Center
email@example.com attn: Sherry
- Financial Wellness Counseling
Personal budgeting strategies, financial goal setting aligned with values, savings/spending plans, debt management strategies, and tips for establishing good credit. Sign up for a coaching session or email Jill Anderson (Finwellness@d.umn.edu) with questions.
- Free individual financial advising on topics like loan forgiveness, repayment plans, and income protection from our partners at Foster Klima. Contact Erik Bohn by email (firstname.lastname@example.org) or phone (612-746-2385).
Federal program that lowers the monthly cost of phone or internet service. Eligibility is based on income or participation in a government assistance program.
See the Costs & Aid page for more details plus information on loan forgiveness programs and interest-free loans for Muslim students.
Food, Health, Wellness, and Safety
- UMD Health Services
Comprehensive Health and Wellness facility designed to meet the health care needs of today's college students, including medical appointments, counseling, support groups, and health education. Office visits are free. UMD Health Services, 615 Niagara Court
- Boynton Health Service
Twin Cities campus primary health care, mental health clinic, urgent care, and dental clinic. Students with the Student Health Benefit Plan coverage may receive care at Boynton but would be responsible for the copay, coinsurance, or other patient responsibilities.
- BeWELL - a wellbeing resource for the health sciences student community
- Food Insecurity
- Champ's Cupboard - Free food shelf with a variety of non-perishable items including rice, pasta, soups, sauces, and vegetables, and toiletries such as shampoos, soaps, and diapers. Students need to show their ID card so that student status is verified.
- Nutritious U Food Pantry (located at UMTC) - Provides fresh and healthy food to students that struggle to get enough to eat.
- Hunger Solutions - Statewide map to find local food shelves, dining sites, discounted groceries, and more near you.
- SNAP Benefits - Federal nutrition assistance program for low-income individuals and families.
- Second Harvest Heartland - Non-profit that assists students and the community get set up with SNAP Benefits.
- Effective U
Tutorials to build skills for academic and personal wellbeing.
- Learn to Live offers five online programs based on Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT): Social Anxiety, Depression, Insomnia, Substance Use, and Stress, Anxiety and Worry.
- Wellbeing Toolkit - Learn how a holistic approach to wellbeing can help you discover health, contentment, purpose, and connection.
- Recreational Sports Outdoor Program (RSOP)
Student Services fee-supported program that coordinates sports facilities and equipment rentals, outdoor trips, canoeing and kayaking, climbing, intramural sports, health and wellness activities.
- Safety on Campus
Call 911 for emergencies or triage.
287 Darland Admin Bldg
- Rave Guardian personal safety app
The majority of PharmD students live off-campus, with other pharmacy colleagues.
Library and Study Spaces
Kathryn A. Martin Library
Provides services including electronic library resources, health science databases and searches, research assistance, reservable study rooms, and specific support for pharmacy students.
Find locations to study on campus
Interprofessional Student-Parent Community
Campus life program that provides targeted support to meet the needs of healthcare professional students who are parents or caregivers.
- Child care grants
- Child care resources (note: many helpful search tools listed are statewide but some campus-specific links are TC-based)
- Lactation Support
- Nursing parents' rooms in Kirby Student Center and the Library - request access here
- Lactation room in SMed - stop in LSci 232 (Deans Office) to request a key for ongoing access
Licensed to provide care to children between the ages of six weeks through the first day of kindergarten.
UMD Campus Services
- American Indian Learning Resource Center provides supportive services to empower and aid in the success of American Indian and Alaskan Native students and to enhance their educational experience.
- Office of Diversity & Inclusion collaborates with students, staff, faculty, alumnx, and community partners to implement programs and services that support the University’s commitment to inclusivity, equity and social justice.
- Lockers & Bike Lockers may be leased by emailing your request with your student ID number to email@example.com or in person on the first floor of the Darland Administration Building in mid-August.
- Support Services for Legal or University procedures
- UMD Stores
- Welcome Desk in Kirby Student Center provides KSC room reservations, approval of flyer postings, lost and found, and general info.
- Prayer Room, located on the 3rd floor in the Kirby Student Center, includes a sink for washing and several books and pamphlets and is open to anyone. A key can be obtained at the 1st floor Kirby Welcome Desk.