Class Schedules (2021-2022)

Course & Lab Delivery

Technical Programs

Technical programs will have in-person, hands-on labs and lectures adjusted to assure student and staff safety with social distancing and other safety protocols as determined in consultation with State and Health officials.

Lecture-based Courses

Lecture-based courses will be adjusted to assure student and staff safety, including recommended seationg to allow social distancing and alternative formats that provide some in-person and/or live video instructional time (e.g., Zoom). Specific formats may vary by program and instructor.

Note: Depending on requirements by State and Health officials, delivery format of courses on our campus schedules may be adjusted prior to Fall semester, or during the semester.

Need to know

When does registration open?

Currently Enrolled Students:

  • Fall 2021 opens April 1, 2021
  • Spring & Summer 2022 opens Oct 15, 2021

New or Returning Students:
Refer to the Orientation/Registration dates.

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Do you have your Registration Access Code?

An access code is REQUIRED to register for classes. Have questions? Contact an academic advisor or counselor in Student Services for more information.



Class Schedules by Campus/Semester


Campus Summer 2021
( June 2021 - August 2021 )
Fall 2021
( August 2021 - December 2021 )
Spring 2022
( January 2022 - May 2022 )
East Grand Forks Summer 2021 – EGF Fall 2021 – EGF  
Thief River Falls Summer 2021 – TRF Fall 2021 – TRF  
Distance Education Summer 2021 – Distance Ed Fall 2021 – Distance Ed  
Roseau Site Summer 2021 – Roseau Fall 2021 – Roseau  
Evening Classes Summer 2021 – Evening Fall 2021 – Evening  




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Course Schedule Help

  • Course ID - The course code number you need to enter to register for a course.
  • Cr. - The number of credits for a course.
  • Current Enroll - The number of students currently enrolled in a course.
  • Max Enroll - The maximum number of students that will be allowed to enroll in a course.
  • ITV - The course is delivered via interactive television between two or more campuses.
  • Hybrid - The course is a blend of face-to-face instruction with online learning that promotes active independent learning. Classroom seat time is reduced.
  • Hyflex - The course offers multiple delivery modes so that a student may choose the delivery mode(s) to use for their learning on an ongoing basis within the course.
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