Northern Michigan University Global Campus


Learn About NMU’s Admission Process 

NMU’s Global Campus offers a variety of degree programs and certificates, whether you are ready to complete your associate degree, bachelor’s degree, or pursue graduate education. Even students enrolled in our online campus benefit from our big university programs with small university support. That means you won’t get lost in the shuffle or feel separated from resources. Learn more about how NMU can help you with the admissions process.  

First Steps –  Earning Your Degree Online with NMU Global

Application requirements vary according to your student status and your program of focus at NMU. Some programs have additional requirements, for example, RN to BSN program applicants must hold a registered nursing license free of restrictions or sanctions.

Get Started Now

Get Started with NMU’s
Global Campus

Complete Your Online Application

Submit Your Transcripts According to Your Student Status

Have previously earned credits?
See how your credits transfer to NMU. 

Submit your FAFSA

Learn more about financial aid at NMU Global Campus. 

NMU Enrollment Guidance

Northern Michigan University offers a robust support system for students who are ready to apply. Our enrollment guide is a good place to start. Next you can explore undergraduate and graduate program options for online students.  

Still have enrollment or application questions?

We have resources.

Enrollment and Application Questions |NMU Global Campus: or (906) 227-1200

How to Apply for Financial Aid |Financial Aid Office: or (906)-227-2327

Veteran Student Experience | Veteran Services: or (906)-227-1715

Other Admissions and Benefits Questions | Student Services: Office: 906-227-1221

Northern Michigan University Global Campus | Academic Calendar

Plan your online education and follow through to success.

NMU offers undergraduate students the benefit of rolling admission, which means you can start in any term whether Fall, Summer, or Winter even mid-semester.
Graduate students may encounter different enrollment deadlines which could be dependent on their program.  

Fall Semester 2023

First official day of classesAugust 28, Monday
Labor Day observance—no classesSeptember 4, Monday
Thanksgiving recess begins at 5 p.m.November 18, Saturday
Classes resumeNovember 27, Monday
Last day of classesDecember 9, Saturday
Examination periodDecember 11-16, Monday-Saturday
CommencementDecember 16, Saturday
Final grades due from facultyDecember 19, Tuesday

First official day of classes:
January 10, Monday

Martin Luther King Day observance—no classes:
January 17, Monday

Midsemester recess begins at 5:00 pm:
February 26, Saturday

Classes resume:
March 7, Monday

Last day of classes:
April 23, Saturday

Examination period:
April 25 – 30, Monday- Saturday

April 30, Saturday

Final grades due from faculty:
May 3, Tuesday

Get the support you need. Connect with an enrollment counselor.